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Small Batch Camp Site in Shropshire

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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Reviews of Small Batch Camp Site

Lovely, quiet site. kids paradise: stream to paddle in, sheep and horses to look at, friends to play with. Owners extremely helpful. Clean showers and toilets, with plenty of hot water. Washing up at two sinks built into stone walls, from where you can admire the hills. 2 pubs in walking distance, first one kid and dog friendly, but didn't get as far as second. Lovely walks from site.

Excellent site, good value, perfect for a quiet get away and walking or taking kids to play.
Julie hadley (7th Apr 2015)
A lovely quiet site close to mountains for walking, and sites of interest including those owned by English Heritage and The National Trust. While the main toilet / shower block might be viewed as basic, it was always clean. The additional showers and toilets added a little bit of luxury. The washing sinks were not sheltered, but there were bowls there to use if you had forgotten yours. The main thing which was a hit for our children was the stream which bordered the site. Bring extra clothes as they will get wet!!
Jan Harding (1st Aug 2012)
lovely campsite good for walking and cycling owner very freindly would definately stay there again
julian stevens (23rd Jan 2011)