There’s no place like home and that’s exactly the vibe owners Chris and Katrina wanted to create when they bought this delightful site. The Welsh word ‘cartref’ means home.

The campsite welcomes families and couples – there’s a separate adults-only section of 11 pitches for those looking for a more peaceful stay. The owners are experienced caravanners themselves and will happily help first-timers pitch and set up.

The amenities include a shop selling local produce, a bar offering local ales, award-winning toilets and showers, laundry, play area and a dog-exercise area.

Close to the border with Wales and a 15-minute drive from the medieval town of Shrewsbury, which has 600 listed buildings, the site sits in a beautiful, secluded location, not far off the A5 and A458 and close to the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Ironbridge Gorge museums. Ludlow, the pretty  ‘food capital’ of Shropshire, is an hour’s drive.

You say…

“We booked a single night on our way south, but quickly booked a further night on our way back! We’re looking forward to staying here again.”

“This place is an absolute gem, would highly recommend.” “A welcoming bar and immaculate washblock. The friendly owners have an eye for detail.”

“This site is amazing, lovely setting, clean and well kept, lovely little shop selling homemade scones and fresh eggs. Showers warm, fully serviced pitches are spotless. We love this site and will be staying there again in the future.”