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Underhill Farm is a peaceful camping spot nestled under the impressive Llanymynech rocks and bordering the wonderful nature reserve. At the same time it is in a very easily accessible location on the Wales-England border, with only a short walk to the village shop and the pub. It is also easily accessible by public transport.
The site is managed for wildlife and to provide lots of opportunities for exploration and adventure. We don't have many pitches so that everyone staying can enjoy the wild edges without camping in each others pockets. We have a communal fire pit and can dig personal fire pits next to tents on request.
We have basic toilet and shower facilities, an indoor area for wet weather and plenty of games for hire. We also run informal activities such as pottery, story-telling, guided walks and canoeing for those staying with us.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Tents for hire
Gas cylinders available
Commercial vehicles allowed
Horse riding nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Tiny (1-10 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
Tipis, yurts, or wigwams
- Coach stations
Oswestry Bus Station — 5.2 miles
5.2 miles Middletown (Powys): Breidden Hotel Coach Stop — 6.1 miles
6.1 miles Trewern (Powys) Bus Shelter — 6.5 miles
- Train stations
Gobowen Rail Station — 7.4 miles
7.4 miles Welshpool Rail Station — 9.4 miles
9.4 miles Chirk Rail Station — 10.0 miles
- Ferry ports
Porth Penrhyn Ferry Landing — 40.9 miles
Liverpool John Lennon Airport — 39.1 miles
We are just off of the A483 which runs through both Oswestry (north of us) and Welshpool (south of us).
From the south we are the first left turn (Underhill Lane) after you have climbed the steep hill out of Llanymynech, just before the big yellow 30/speed camera/Pant sign. From the North we are the second right after the cross guns pub, if you start going downhill then you have gone too far!
Once you are on Underhill Lane the road bends to the left and then the right and we are the second left with the Underhill Farm sign outside. If you end up in the Llanymynech rocks wildlife trust car park just turn around and take the first right.
By public transport, the nearest train stations are Gobowen (Oswestry) and Welshpool from which you would need to get buses. The X71 and the 72 regularly go from Oswestry to Pant and the X71 and X75 go from Welshpool to Pant.
Alternatively you can get the X74 bus from Shrewsbury to Llanymynech and walk either up the road, alng the canal or through the nature reserve to get to the farm.
Beside the site! (Walk out the gate and turn left)
•Historic site (one of the best sites in UK for history of lime working, including one of only a few Hoffman limekilns).
Footpaths onto the top of the hill where there is:
•Riding stables (Pen y coed)
The area is a Heritage Ancient monument for its lime-workings and a nature reserve. There are also lots of good cycle routes.
•3 Pubs with food
•1 Indian restaurant and 1 Indian takeaway
•Café – Village Pantry - daytime only
•Hairdressers (You will notice Steve goes regularly!)
•Playing field and small children’s play area
•Canal boat (short trips), canal visitor centre, Heritage area with kiln
•1 pub (walk by footpath)
•Co-op shop (nearest cash point – charged)
Also the canal runs through both villages. Follow along this into Wales and cross the Vyrnwy river (aquaduct). River is shallow and local people swim in it here.
CLOSE BY AND A BIT WILD
•Rodney’s pillar (an uphill walk, not too hard and fantastic views)
•Fishing ponds (Morda fishing ponds and I think there are a few others near by as well)
•Canoe hire (Canal Central, Maesbury) – canal use only
CLOSE BY AND NOT WILD
•Llanyblodwel (Ancient pub by the river)
•Llynclys – old railway (very short)
•Llynclys Farm Shop
•Horse riding and off-road buggies (Four Crosses)
•Quad bikes and laser shooting (Long Mountain)
WITHIN 15 – 20 MIN DRIVE
•Melverley (fantastic old church, pub and craft centre open part-time)
•Welshpool and Oswestry golf courses
•Welshpool – steam rail, canal museum and all the usual basic facilities of a small town including supermarkets, hospital, market, cinema (small)
•Oswestry – all the usual basic facilities of a small town. Oswestry hill fort.
•Powys Castle (National Trust, fantastic gardens)
•Park Hall farm (great for kids to see and hold animals plus lot of ‘play’)
•Chirk Castle (a real castle feel)
•Ceiriog Valley (a few good pubs at the end, lots of craft and good trout fishing pools for all ages)
•A number of nature reserves
- Powis Castle & Garden (10.1 miles)
- Much Wenlock Priory (25.6 miles)
- Darby Houses (Ironbridge) (26.6 miles)
- Chirk Castle (10.1 miles)
- Attingham Park Estate: Cronkhill (18.5 miles)
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