Brook House Farm
Brook House Farm, Wall Under Heywood, Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 7DS
There are plenty of reasons to visit Brook House Farm. Firstly, this camping gem comes nestled in the middle of beautiful Shropshire countryside, yet still close to the tiny ancient towns of Church Stretton and Much Wenlock. This family-friendly spot also boasts a variety of accommodation - from a self-catering cottage and glamping pods to traditional tent camping and even a few spaces for campervans and caravans. We also love it's close to many great things to see and do, like the wonderfully-preserved Stokesay Castle, and best of all it's only a three-minute walk to the village pub!
The camping field is home to some very generously sized, immaculately kept, and well-spaced-out pitches, with ample room for ball games and other activities in between. For those seeking a touch of comfort, there are two camping pods – a luxury pod and a family pod – both of which sleep up to two adults and two children. Each pod comes carpeted, fully insulated, and with electric sockets, a USB charging point and LED lighting. Perfect for walkers and cyclists who want to rest weary legs after days exploring the stunning Shropshire Hills, the Luxury pod even comes with storage cabinets, a kettle and small camping stove, a double bed (bedding is extra), and two outdoor reclining chairs.
Despite such quiet seclusion in the countryside, Brook House Farm isn't too far from civilization. Church Stretton and Much Wenlock are appealing small towns – the latter with an evocative ruined priory – and the larger town of Ludlow, a few miles to the south, is also a major draw, with its castle, food festivals and wanderable old centre. Spend a week here, and you won't run out of things to do; in fact you'll probably want to stay longer.
The Owner SaysBrook House Camping and cottage is situated in the small village of Wall under Heywood in the the heart of the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty. Away from light pollution and noise, this 2-acre site is set in glorious unspoiled countryside offering great views. A fantastic campsite for families and couples looking to relax, or to explore the hundreds of walks and cycle routes our area has to offer. With Ludlow, Shrewsbury, and Iron Bridge all within a 20-minute drive. Church Stretton and Long Mynd less than ten minutes away, it is the perfect stop.Our campsite and glamping site is a small exclusive site, immaculately kept, with a very limited numbers of pitches with very generous plot sizes.We never cram people in. The centre of the camping field will be empty of tents and free of cars, offering a great space for the kids to play.Bordered by a beautiful brook, and only 3 minutes from the village pub and village playground. We have two camping pods, two nomadic Yurts, 8 camping pitches, two of which are hard standing pitches for small campervans. (no caravans)
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Fabulous stay in a beautiful spot
We have just had our second stay in the pods and had a fabulous time. The kids loved playing in the brook with the owners son. The campsite is in just about the prettiest spot in Shropshire and the owners couldn’t be more friendly if they tried! Fully recommend staying here!
Beautiful site, friendly owner, almost off the grid
We stayed twice in 2017 with another family - 2 adults 2 young kids in both - and managed to pitch together both times no trouble. The site is simple, and in a wonderful spot. Nothing much to do, so you make your own entertainment. There's a massive space around which the pitches and 2 yurts are set, so lots of room for kids to play, mingle, etc. Also, there's a fire pit down in the far corner next to a meandering stream. I'd give 5 stars if there was hot water to wash up in, that's my only negative. Dan is a friendly site host, and nearby to help with any issues. There's a good playground a 5 minute walk away, and a pub 5 minutes beyond that, so most needs should be covered. Will hopefully be returning this year for sure - the night skies are super clear out there as well.
Good Points: • Flat open field with tents well spaced around perimeter with plenty of room for children to play in centre • Owner friendly and helpful but rushed off his feet coping with camping and house renovations • Two showers warm in small modern facility • Two toilets • Two wash hand basins • Facilities kept clean Let Down By: • Entrance gate opens outwards so you have to reverse onto a lane • No hot water at wash hand basins and no facility to dry hands, no paper towels or hand-dryer • No electric shaver points or hot water for shavers • Lighting in facilities very poor. Lighting governed by sensors which are only activated when dark. With dirty UPVC sheeting overhead, one toilet is too dark to use and showers & wash-hand basins too dark even during the day. • Only one dish washing sink in open, with no overhead cover and no hot water. • No ice block freezing facility despite stating such on web site • Campsite expensive for such basic facilities and the payment system means payment is expected up front despite the weather. Don’t mind losing small deposit.
a lovely stay
We stayed 6 nights summer 17. The site was easy to find, with directions and arrival advice emailed before our stay. A large, flat field with tents pitched around the edge. Toilets and showers are modern and clean, plenty of loo roll and hot water, the showers are not push button or token operated. Warm water in the hand washing sinks and washing up would be nice, as would a shelter over the washing up sink, but it is camping, it is the country-side. Dan was friendly without being intrusive and likes to keep the site uncrowded. The site is within easy drive of lots of pretty villages and Ludlow and Shrewsbury. We used the park and ride for both of these towns to avoid parking nightmares. A great week. We would recommend this site for a peaceful country camp.
Fantastic location and friendly atmosphere.
We stayed at one of the great pods here at the end of June. Coming from Nottingham to visit my sister over the weekend, we usually camp but decided to try an eco pod for a bit of luxury. We came across this site by chance and were not disappointed. From the moment I booked here the communication was superb. When we arrived the owners were extremely friendly and helpful. We had a couple of wonderfully comfortable nights in the pods. The site and the pods are kept spotless. The site is tranquil and kept spacious. Unfortunately our trusty old gas stove packed in on the Saturday morning, luckily the owner had one to sell us. As a party of 2 adults and an 8 year old we found the pod to be spacious and it was nice to be able to charge phones etc. A really friendly site, easily accessible to all of our favourite places in Shropshire. Would definitely recommend and we will be returning.
We've just had 2 nights at this lovely campsite. We stayed in a new yurt which was spacious and comfortable for 2 adults and 2 kids. The site is well managed and maintained and the owners are very friendly. There is loads of space for kids to play and a shallow brook for adventures, the communal fire pit is a great place for evening socialising and the setting is very picturesque and peaceful. I'd recommend this site to anyone and hope that we will be able to go back one day.
Had a good feeling about this site from this website and we were not disappointed: helpful courteous owners, safe clean site, & quiet lovely setting. We only wish we had booked an few extra nights! Pod was immaculate with plenty of room for the kids to play around & a safe stream/brook for them to explore. A joy to sit round the fire pit under the stars. Nearby town Church Stretton has much to offer & Ludlow isn't too far away.
Family friendly and quiet
Stayed for 2 nights in late August - site is lovely and was very quiet. Lovely countryside all around and a pretty brook that our kids loved playing in. the plot sizes are big and the owners are committed to not over crowding the site. Ideal location to get to Ludlow and iron bridge. Highly recommend!
Lovely well run site
We spent 5 nights here recently and loved every minute. The site is beautiful, quiet, and completely unspoilt. The owners work hard to keep it exactly as you'd hope. The toilets/showers are clean and nice and regularly cleaned. The field has a beautiful brook running past it and is safe for kids to run wild on. We really felt at home here and recommend it completely to anyone wanting a peaceful camping trip!
This was our first camping experience! We were made to feel so welcome and the owners were so kind and helpful. Would definitely recommend this beautiful place. The facilities are first rate and so clean. This campsite has a lovely feeling to it. My two young children had the best time making new friends. Thank you again.
Really nice, peaceful and family-friendly campsite, would definitely recommend to others and would book again if returning to the area.
Great little spot really friendly but not over the top. The owners come and greet you which is really nice. Showers are quite luxurious, compared even with so called 4 star hotels Ive stayed in, I would say these showers are some of the best!!! Really lovely, really peaceful, all of the young people on site were great fun and well mannered and a great family spot. Even travelling alone you would feel welcome at this place. Walks are within easy access, close to carding mill valley. Glrious sunsets and moon rises!
Lovely peaceful small site.
Only stayed for one night but will be back. Quiet and small campsite. Fantastic shower. We had a peaceful night with sounds of the brook and the birds to help us sleep. Dan was very friendly and welcoming.
Really friendly, welcoming site - we only met Dan as the rest of the family were away, but he was really attentive ensuring everyone was happy. We stayed in the family glamping pod with our 7 year old son - the ultimate sleepover! Had our own fire pit and bench so literally had to bring beds and food. And for those (like me) who like home comforts, we were able to charge phones and I could dry my hair using the electric points in the pod! Great facilities - 2 showers, 2 unisex toilets, 2 wash basins, washing up point. Very well spaced out and everyone had loads of room. And finally, even though we only spent one night there, we took in some beautiful places on our way home - Ludlow Castle, Much Wenlock and Ironbridge ... All within a short distance. Would heartily recommend and will be returning for longer next time!
Great family friendly site. Very clean, good facilities, kids loved exploring the brook. . Really nice people
We recently spent 2 nights at this campsite and are definitely planning on going back. The owners were extremely friendly and made us feel really welcome. The site itself was very well maintained and the facilities were of a very good standard too. If you like beautiful surroundings and peace and quiet to enjoy them in then this is the campsite for you. Looking forward to returning for a longer stay next time !
Sound of Silence
A lovely quiet small campsite tucked away in the small village of Wall under Heywood, Shropshire. Facilities included 2 unisex loos and 2 showers, 2 wash basins and outside washing up space. The campsite was more or less full of couples and some families over this last weekend and we never had a problem accessing the toilets etc. Owners are friendly and helpful and obviously take great pride in their campsite being keen to know that you are enjoying your stay. There is a play ground within walking distance and plenty to visit and see within easy driving distance, Church Stretton and the Long Mynd. We had a drive to one of our favourite pubs over the Long Mynd at Ratlinghope, The Bridges where if you like great ale they serve the whole range of Three Tuns Beer, the XXX was very good. We also ate at a lovely old pub in Cardington which s a lovely drive along the narrow lane from the campsite. The Royal Oak (whoopee) sold Butty Bach from the Wye Valley Brewery and that with a lovely meal comes highly recommended.
A fantastic find
Just returned from a wet July weekend spent in a camping pod. Even tho the weather was horrendous the pod was a joy to stay in. We were warm and dry and even enjoyed the rain lashing down outside.
Shower and toilet facilities recently updated. Owners kept them clean. Wonderful warm powerful showers.
Owners were very much on hand to help too.
Thank you Dan and Mel
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