Hay & Hedgerow
- Compact kitchen with Belfast sink
- Double brass bed with bed linen supplied
- Fully stocked with a few essentials such as tea and coffee, milk, biscuits and toiletries
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Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at Hay & Hedgerow Glamping with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 30% to secure your booking
- Balance due 30 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings up to the end of 2021 in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
Fully en-suite hut with electricity, heating, running water and a plush shower room. The compact kitchen area has everything you need – Belfast sink, fridge, microwave oven, electric hob, toaster and kettle, plus pots, pans, crockery and utensils – and there is a TV opposite the double brass bed (all bedding and linen provided). Wood-fire-effect electric stove. Free WiFi. BBQ and private decked area outside.
ActivitiesThe rural locale of Hay & Hedgerow Glamping means walkers and cyclers are in their element. There's a particularly good footpath from the farm that follows the valley of Linley Brook down the the River Severn or, if you've got the legs for it, it's a 6-mile walk (a couple of hours) to Ironbridge (01952 433424). The Shropshire Hills are also a 25-minute drive west for longer day hikes. Regardless of how you get there, though, Ironbridge is a must at some point. This vast cast-iron construction that gives the town its name has been wowing visitors since 1779. There are no fewer than 10 museums within the gorge, including a recreated Victorian town at Blists Hill, and the free Ironbridge World Heritage Festival takes place every September. To the south, it takes 5 minutes to drive into Bridgnorth, a great foodie spot (see food & drink) and well worth a wander. The National Trust estates of Dudmaston (01746 780866) and Attingham Park (01743 708123) are also nearby (20-minute and 25-minute drive respectively).
Food & DrinkThere are no immediately local pubs so the best bet is to head into nearby Bridgnorth (5-minute drive) or Ironbridge (10 minutes). The former has a host of good pub-cum-restaurants, including the flower-clad Old Castle (01746 711420), the ancient King's Head (01746 762141), which all low beams and tiny doors, and The Boatyard (01746 218030), set on the banks of the River Severn and the place to go in summer. In Ironbridge, meanwhile, The Malthouse (01952 433712) serves decent gastro pub food and acts as a venue for shows and comedy, The Tontine Hotel (01952 432127) is directly opposite the world famous Ironbridge (and has a particularly good carvery), while The Black Swan (01952 882471) on the way into town in Jackfield, overlooks the River Severn and has a fantastic beer garden in summer, serving excellent but traditional pub fare – highly recommended.
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The campsite is located along the B4373, which runs between Bridgnorth and Telford/Ironbridge/Broseley. Follow the B4373 into village of Nordley and look for a driveway entrance situated in a small wood of tall trees sign posted ‘Private Drive to Albynes House’. If you are driving in the Bridgnorth direction it will be the second lane/big driveway on the left after you enter the village. If you're approaching in the Ironbridge direction, proceed round a series of sharp bends into the village and, as the road straightens out, look for the turning on your right. Follow drive down and then follow green Shepherds Hut Signs (Just following the ‘Albynes Farm’ drive will take you through the farm, so be sure to look out for the shepherd's hut signs).
The nearest train station is in Telfrod, 10 miles away, so a car is recommended.