Oak- Grass Pitch with Beryl Bathroom

UK England West Midlands Shropshire Oswestry Wild conTENTment

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Dogs Allowed
One of 10 pitches in the Canalside 11-acre field. The pitch comes with great views, shelter from a big oak tree with access to drinking water tap and a Beryl bathroom in a renovated horse trailer. She has flushing loo, outdoor hot shower, copper roll top bath, bathroom basin and outside sink. There is an undercover area and fire pit included.

The Owner Says

Wild conTENTment allows you to pitch up and enjoy the outdoors without feeling like your on a campsite. Canal-side pitches where each has its own large area to allow that feeling of space that wild camping offers, but with the safety net of optional extras which make for a more luxurious time. The field has mown areas for hours of fun on tree swings, playing rounders, log piles and a stream.
All pitches come with fire-pit, parking alongside, running water and use of a toilet - in this case a flushing loo within Beryl. Ever had a bath in a field? Now you can! Beryl comes with towels and luxury toiletries for use during your stay.
A short walk away lies a shop which stocks most essentials, and there is a pub within walking distance. It's a great spot for cycling and walking. There is access to a fridge and freezer at the family house.

About Wild conTENTment

Suitable For

Campers, glampers, small campervans, dogs — yes. Motorhomes, caravans — no.


There are great walks and cycles routes on Llynclys Common, Llanymynech Rock and on the Montgomery Canal which you can reach on foot from the site. In fact, there's a six-mile circular walk from the site which takes in all of the above and touches on Offa's Dyke Path (which is otherwise accessible at Llanmynech, a 10-minute drive from the site). Penycoed Riding Stables (01691 830608) are also within walking distance at only a mile away and Llanmynech Golf Club (01691 830983) is a mile-and-a-half away. Canoe and kayak hire can be found at Canal Central (01691 652 168), a cafe and hire centre along the towpath of the Montgomery canal at Maesbury Mash (about three miles from the site). There are plenty of other attractions within a 30-minute drive including Lake Vrynwy and Pistyll Rhaeder (Wales' tallest waterfall) on the Welsh side of the border and English Heritage-managed Wroxeter Roman City (01743 761330) and Shrewsbury on the English side, while popular Park Hall Country Experience (01691 671123) is always a hit with younger kids if you fancy meeting animals and exploring the farm.

Food & Drink

The closest pub to the site, Cross Guns (01691 839631), offers good pub grub within walking distance of the site (about two miles away along the canal towpath). A little further away in Kinnerley, five miles from site, the Cross Keys (01691 683 688) is a little more pricey but has great food and is both dog and child friendly with a village park next door. The Royal Hill (01743 741242) is another recommended pub with a beautiful setting on the River Seven, about seven miles from site. For coffee and cake, you can walk along the canal towpath three miles to Canal Central (01691 652 168) or drive five miles to Oswestry where there are lots of options including Niche Patisserie (07528 539974). Stonehouse Brewery (01691 676457, Hayes Kitchen (07934 089185), vegan restaurant Fat Rabbit (07510 949462) and Square 1 are also recommended options in the town.




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Wild conTENTment is located at New House Farm SY10 8BT

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Getting There

From Oswestry head towards Welshpool on the A483: Stay on the road for just under four miles until you come to Llynclys Crossroads (large green road sign on your left, pub on your right). Turn left. Travel through the housing area and when you come to the first little crossroads (with a chapel) take the turning right down Long Lane.

From the A5 Shrewsbury: Stay on the A5 past Shrewsbury until you come to the Wolfshead roundabout at the end of the short section of the dual carriageway. Take the first turning left for the B4396 signposted for Knockin. Travel through Knockin (looking out for the famous Knockin Shop) and stay on this road (do not fork right) for about two miles. Go over the little bridge and after a further three miles take the second turning left which is on the little crossroads, down the road named Long Lane. 

The nearest train station is Gobowen, six miles away. From there it would be sensible to take a (pre-booked) taxi for the last part of the journey.