Tucked against the Welsh border, these cosy pods are perfectly positioned to explore Shropshire's glorious rolling hills, castles and attractive little villages

A network of rural, single track roads lead you to the four pods at Castle Farm Holidays. Sheep and cattle dot the surrounding fields and, in the nearby sleepy hamlet of Dudleston the tower of a stony 12th-century church stands tall among the surroundings. It’s a wonderfully rural scene. For those seeking a little silence and a space to hideaway, these country lanes are bound for the right destination.

Set at one end of a rectangular field, next to a small, wooded dell with a stream running through it, Castle Farm’s pods aim to offer a year-round alternative to camping. Inside, the insulated pods feature cushioned benches that can be converted into beds and a small kitchenette area with a microwave, kettle and fridge. You still have to bring your own bedding and the modern shower block is just a short stroll away, but for those who really want to minimize the packing, the ‘Willow’ pod offers a more luxurious package – it has a proper bed, separate sofa and all of the bedding is provided.

Outside, the dell attracts fledgling birds and wildlife, while the open space of the meadow leaves ample room for families. Bring a ball or a kite to make the most of all the space. For many, though, the rural location is best for walking and it’s just a matter of metres to the nearest footpath. The Welsh border, two miles away, is marked by the curling River Dee, its valley a wonder to explore, while driving a little further towards the Berwyn Mountains provides access to the Offa’s Dyke path, and Wales highest waterfall, Pistyll Rhaeadr.

And if all the walking wears you out, then kicking back at Castle Farm Holidays is sure to help you recover. It's made all the better by the fridge in every pod – the perfect place to store your evening sundowner.

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The campsite owner says

Castle Farm Holidays is a peaceful rural retreat in the Shropshire countryside it is definitely the right place to get away from it all!
The campsite is meters away from a public footpath and 2 miles away from the welsh boarder marked by the curling River Dee, while driving a little further towards the Berwyn Mountains provides access to the Offa’s Dyke path, and Wales highest waterfall, Pistyll Rhaeadr. Castle Farm Holidays is the perfect base to relax and plan your next day's activities exploring the surrounding countryside.
WILLOW POD SLEEPS 4 HAS A WONDERFUL HOT TUB  included in the booking. It is bookable for a minimum of 2 night stays. HIRE IS FOR MINIMUM OF 2 NIGHT STAY.


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