Hay and Hedgerow Glamping

The Albynes, Bridgnorth, Wrekin WV16 4SX, England

Where will I stay?

Shepherds Hut
1 bedrooms
Min 2 nights
Max 2 people

Check in time - 15:00 pm

Check out time - 10:30 am

About this place

Completed in 2018, the Shepherds Hut offers all modern conveniences such as electricity, hot/cold running water, Kitchen area, en suite shower room, free WiFi, TV and electric wood burning stove. Sleeping two people, the Shepherds Hut is set in an idyllic location over looking fields, woodland and water and the private decked area with table and chairs offers the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the view and the wildlife. We are situated between Bridgnorth and Ironbridge, off the B4373, five minutes by car from Bridgnorth. We are rurally situated and there is only one Shepherds Hut on site, check in is contact-less, all facilities (kitchen & shower room) are inside the hut & there is a private, fenced, outside space. The hut is thoroughly cleaned & aired between guests and there is the option to bring your own towels and bedding. We have been accredited through VisitEngland that 'We're Good To Go' and AA 'Covid Confident' to ensure that we are following industry COVID-19 guidelines to maintain cleanliness and social distancing. **Please note:** As we are a micro business unfortunately **we are unable to refund or change bookings once made.** Please bear in mind that we are a working farm and very occasionally **there may be tractors working and noise from sheep.** Unfortunately **we are not able to accept Dogs as we have livestock in the fields** around the Shepherds Hut. We **do not** permit smoking anywhere in the Shepherds Hut or grounds. **A minimum of 2 nights are required when booking for this accommodation.**

Hay and Hedgerow Glamping
Hay and Hedgerow Glamping

Just outside the gorgeous Shropshire Hills, in between Bridgnorth and Ironbridge, is the lovely Hay and Hedgerow Glamping; an exclusive bolthole for two, situated in a beautiful spot on a working sheep farm. This bespoke Shepherd's Hut is the perfect place to get away from it all, relax, recharge and rejuvenate in idyllic surroundings overlooking fields, woodland and water.

Newly finished in 2018, the Shepherds Hut is no ordinary camping experience. It’s a real treat. The hut sleeps two very comfortably indeed in a luxury brass bed, and offers all modern conveniences including mains electricity, hot and cold running water, a kitchen area (with fridge, hob, kettle, toaster microwave and a Belfast sink), ensuite shower and toilet, sofa, TV and a wood burning stove to keep warm on the colder evenings. The private decking outside has a table and chairs and is the perfect spot for al fresco dining or just sitting and admiring the view. The kitchen is very well equipped with pots and pans, crockery and cutlery, so all you need to bring is as much food as you want to cook, and possibly a torch to see your way back home after dark; there is not much light pollution here and stunning starry skies are a regular feature.

Nearby, there is lots to do and places to explore. The Shropshire Hills - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - is a great place for hiking, biking and wildlife spotting, with a landscape of hills, moorland and pretty waterfalls. There are also lovely walks along the River Severn and several watersports activities going on if you fancy a spot of canoeing or sailing. For a more serious hike, The Wrekin - one of Shropshires most famous hills - is a steady climb up through the woodlands of Forest Glen to the Iron Age hillfort at the summit, with stunning views across the landscape including the iconic Needle’s Eye. The market towns of Bridgnorth and Much Wenlock are good places to visit for some shopping, and Ironbridge - a UNESCO World Heritage site - is just ten minutes away in the car and has lots to see and do including the fantastic Blists Hill Victorian town. Here you can take a step back in time a hundred years and visit authentic shops, buy goods from an era gone by and watch the locals working in their workshops and factories. Or hop aboard the Severn Valley railway - a heritage steam train which will take you sixteen miles along the delightful Severn Valley, past Kidderminster, Bewdley and Bridgnorth. There is also a brilliant locomotive museum at the indoor visitor centre at Highley, an absolute must for train enthusiasts with interactive exhibits, full-size steam locomotives and a play area.

Frankly, if you wanted to stay right by your Shepherds Hut at Hay and Hedgerow and go nowhere then no one would blame you, it is blissful. One happy glamper called it a “beautiful sanctuary” and that’s a great way to describe this lovely spot. There are many footpaths and walks around the farm, so you can discover the area right on your doorstep, and the very helpful owners are happy to guide you in the right direction and share all the local sights. A wonderful place for an outdoor break.

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What does this place have?

Big Bedroom


1 x Double Bed


1 x Shower

1 x Toilets

What does this place offer?


Adults Only


Bbqs Allowed
Parking Available


No Dogs Allowed
No Smoking

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Hay and Hedgerow Glamping

The Albynes, Bridgnorth, Wrekin WV16 4SX, England


Hay and Hedgerow Glamping

The Albynes, Bridgnorth, Wrekin WV16 4SX, England

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Can I bring my dog to stay at Shepherds Hut in Hay and Hedgerow Glamping?

Dogs aren't allowed to stay at Shepherds Hut

Is smoking allowed at Shepherds Hut in Hay and Hedgerow Glamping?

No, Shepherds Hut is non-smoking.

What time can I arrive at Shepherds Hut in Hay and Hedgerow Glamping?

You can arrive from 15:00

What time do I need to check out by at Shepherds Hut in Hay and Hedgerow Glamping?

You need to check out by 10:30