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Small Batch, Caravan and Camping

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Little Stretton


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Small Batch can be found at the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside in Shropshire and indeed, is also recognised as some of the best National Trust land in England.

The camp site is in the village of Little Stretton which is surrounded by stunning landscapes and located at the foot of the Long Mynd.

For those who enjoy walking, the area holds an abundance of opportunities - set off in whatever direction you will and you are sure to find an interesting and scenic walk. On the town side of the A49, all the way from Minton to All Stretton there is a whole series of pretty valleys - Callow Hollow, Ashes Hollow, Townbrook Valley, Carding Mill Valley, Cwm Dale, Batch Valley, to name but some - any of which will lead you up on to the top of the Long Mynd.

If your looking for a quiet family run camp site, we think you'll be delighted with what we have to offer!

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By Road

From the North:

Leave Shrewsbury on the A49 (South bound) following signs for Hereford, Leominster, and Church Stretton. Approx 12 miles from Shrewsbury, you will enter Church Stretton.

Turn right at first set of traffic lights.

At T junction, turn left in to High Street.

Go straight over mini roundabout with Bucks Head pub on your right.

1 mile later you will enter Little Stretton.

Turn right beside the Ragleth Inn.

Take the next right on sharp left hand bend and we're straight ahead through the ford.

From the South:

Leave Craven Arms on the A49 (North bound) following signs for Shrewsbury and Church Stretton. 

After about 6 miles, turn left on to the B5477 for Little Stretton.

After approx quarter of a mile, you will pass the Green Dragon Pub on your left. A few hunded yards later turn left beside the Ragleth Inn and opposite the thatched Church.

Take the next right on sharp left hand bend and we're straight ahead through the ford.

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From Church Stretton

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Small Batch, Caravan and Camping facilities include:

  • On site parking
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Electric hook-up points
  • Latest arrival time (24 hr clock)
  • Public toilets
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