Hamperley Hideaways

UK England West Midlands Shropshire Church Stretton

  • 10+ metres between camping pitches
  • Distance markers in shared facilities
  • Contactless check in
  • Deep cleaning of shared facilities
  • Deep clean between glamping guests
  • Individual toilets for glamping accommodation
  • Individual toilets per camping pitch
  • Hand sanitising stations
  • 24hr+ ventilation between accommodation guests
  • Campfires allowed
  • Groups welcome
  • Campfires Allowed
  • Good walks nearby
  • Walking
Almost wild camping and rustic glamping in the Shropshire Hills, with campfires and compost loos

Between the wild Welsh mountains and flat middle England are the Shropshire Hills. And in the shadow of one of the most famous heather-clad ridges, The Long Mynd, is a camping and glamping site that’s as ‘in between’ as the location. Hamperley Hideaways bridges the gap between wild camping and traditional campsites. It’s a place where neighbouring tents are so far away that you wouldn’t know they existed and where glamping is as rustic as it gets. It’s wild-ish.

Walkers, hikers and teams of teens on DofE expeditions have been coming to these hills for generations so there’s no shortage of campsites. What sets this one apart is the space. Based on a 100-acre sheep farm, Hamperley Hideaways are individual pitches and glamping units tucked into the corners of fields rather than bundled in one together. It’s the brainchild of Ryan, whose family have farmed here since the fifties. He (or his dad, farmer Chris) won’t be too far away if you need anything but generally you’re left to your own devices.

Before you reach the campsite car park, you pass the farm where you collect wood and water. A little further is where you’ll leave your car, then it’s a short walk to your pitch – the closest are near enough to be family friendly, the furthest about ten minutes away. You’ll find the -ish of this wildish campsite when you get to your pitch. It’s a picnic bench, a ready-dug and stone-circled fire pit and, joy-of-joys for many campers, your own private composting loo. The same facilities are given at the gloriously rustic cabin. Built with reclaimed materials, warmed by a log burner and lit only by lanterns and candles, it looks like it has been part of the farm for decades. In actual fact it’s a couple of years old, which means, despite appearances, it’s properly insulated and cosy.

You can hike or bike straight out on to The Long Mynd from here, avoiding day-tripping walkers who head for the National Trust car park, six miles up the road. If the weather’s warm, though, you might find yourself tempted; as there’s a wild swimming hot spot nearby. It’s just beyond Church Stretton, a lovely market town, that’s got good pubs and shops for supplies. Further afield, there are more towns to explore; historic Ludlow and Shrewsbury aren’t far. But we suspect most campers who come here will want to stay wild. Or, at the very least, wild-ish.



At Hamperley Hideaways, we’ve kept things simple. With compost toilets, solar showers, and only USB chargers, we’ve worked hard to keep our carbon footprint down and help keep things in keeping with our ethos. For those looking at glamping, all of our units are kitted with a small kitchenette, crockery/basic cooking equipment and full bedding.

We understand that not everyone is looking for the bare necessities. And we want everyone who visits to love their stay, so, if you have any doubts or questions head over to our reviews and FAQ page to see how other quests have found their experience. And if it’s not for you and you're looking for a little more luxury in your stay,then check out our sister company Hamperley Cottages and book a fantastic stay in their homely barn conversions.

Suitable For

Hamperley Hideaways is perfect for those wanting to bring a little bit of the great outdoors back into their lives. For those who are looking to escape from the road well travelled and find some beauty. With a perfect balance of simple facilities, stunning scenery and most importantly no-one else nearby, Hamperley Hideaways is the ideal location for a truly remote getaway.

Whether, you're travelling solo, with your partner, or as a whole family. We promise something to suit the needs of all.  With a selection of fantastic, homemade glamping sites, 10 secluded Wild Camping Pitches, or a range of safe and quiet camper-van spots  we can offer something for everyone.


Nestled under the roaming hills of the Longmynd, in quiet south Shropshire, Hamperley Hideaways, has the ideal location for all to enjoy.  Whether you like a little ramble through country lanes, or are seeking the challenge of a long hike across the hills. Maybe you want to try something new, so  bring  along your swim suit for a little spot of wild swimming. Though, perhaps, you just want to sit by the fire and read a book in peace looking out upon the world - we’ve got it all covered.

Food & Drink

We’re fortunate to have a range of amazing pubs in our area all doing fantastic country pub grub.

Here’s our favourites:

Station Inn


Green Dragon

If you want to head further afield the historic towns of Ludlow and Church Stretton have some great cafes, restaurants and pubs and are an ideal place to while away an afternoon.



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The Owner Says

Cosy spaces, in quiet places - That's our aim at Hamperley Hideaways.  The world’s a  busy place, and you need some peace, some quiet and little bit of the wild. Well, we’re here to help you. Whether, you're camping, glamping or campervanning, here on our 100 acres of farmland, in the middle of an area of outstanding natural beauty, we can help you find that escape that you deserve, that little getaway that stays with you for a long time. It’s not all long days, zoom calls and un-replied emails - There’s still a little bit of wild out there, and we can help you find it.

Social Distancing Measures

With individual toilets, contact free check in and no other campers in sight or sound - we promise you won't need to worry about social distancing here at Hamperley Hideaways.


One rustic cabin and 10 grass camping pitches.


Quirky Sleeps 2
This ex army truck, has been beautifully transformed into a truly fantastic space. With a location and view to match is rugged design Ghengis can offer an amazing Glamping experience.

The Hut

Shepherd’s hut Sleeps 2
Handmade using an old trailer as a base and salvaged materials from the Farm, the Hut couples a charming interior with an authentic feel. Fitted with just the basics of fire, bed and blankets, The Hut has all you need for your back to basic retreat in the hills.

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Getting There

From the A49, between Shrewsbury and Ludlow (both around 15 miles away) take the B4370 towards Bishop’s Castle. After just over a mile, turn right. After a further half mile, you will reach a crossroads where you see Hamperley Farm; turn right here and after another half a mile, turn right again, through a gate and on to a stone track. This will lead you to the car park which will be signposted on the left.

There’s a railway station in Church Stretton, five miles from site. From there you can take a bus to Little Stretton and then follow quiet country lanes for the final two miles on foot to reach the campsite.


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Why book with Glampingly?

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