All Stretton Bunkhouse, Meadow Green, Batch Valley, All Stretton, Shrops, SY6 6JW
Self catering bunkhouse in the Welsh MarchesAll Stretton Bunkhouse offers comfortable self-catering accommodation with underfloor heating for individuals, families, and groups of up to 10 people.
It has easy access to the Long Mynd which offers walks and bike rides for all levels of fitness. It is within easy reach of the busy town of Church Stretton and all its facilities and just 10 minutes' walk from the local pub (advisable to phone and book 01694-328953). Take-away food is available in Church Stretton.
There are three bedrooms in the bunkhouse: Synalds and Cardoc have two bunks (sleeping 4) and Novers has two singles. The well equipped kitchen has cooker, microwave, dishwasher,toaster, kettle and fridge. There is a shower, two toilets and a tumble dryer. There is a small drying room for wet gear and a boot sluice.
The track up to the property is steep and rough so wheelchair access is difficult. Groups booking the complete bunkhouse may bring their dogs at no extra charge.
There is a secure bike shed with a bike wash - the bunkhouse is ideally situated for those needing an overnight stay when walking or cycling John O'Groats to Lands End.(or t'other way round).
No minimum stay. Single night stays welcome.
Beds & Rooms:10: 2x4, 1x2
Open:All year. Arrive after 4pm and leave before 10.30am.
Price per night:£30 per bed, £60 for a twin room. Exclusive use £250. £1 pppn discount if arriving without a vehicle. Dogs welcome and free.
Booking:Book by phone 01694 722593, online on our website or through the YHA.
Directions:300m on right going up Batch Valley bridleway (off the B5477, a mile north of Church Stretton).
- Trains to Church Stretton from Shrewsbury, Hereford and Cardiff. Station 1.2 miles walk ('bus or taxi) from bunkhouse. National Express buses to Shrewsbury, hourly local buses from Shrewsbury to Church Stretton via All Stretton.
- Long Distance Walks LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike Shropshire Way
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This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable for Christmas 2023 Available New Year 2023 / 2024 Available February Half Term 2024 Available Easter 2024 Available Spring Bank Holiday or Half Term 2024 Available August Bank Holiday 2023 Available October Half Term 2024
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Whether to weather the weather….
December 10th 2023
We’ve had some interesting weather recently at All Stretton Bunkhouse in Shropshire over the last week and it leaves you wondering about venturing in to the great outdoors
It went really cold for a while and you could skate on the ice on the top of Novers hill (the pool was only half a meter deep so no worries about falling through the ice. Then it snowed for a night and it was BRILLIANT snow – really sticky and great for making snow men (or monsters, in the case of my grandchildren). Then it rained – and the wind blew – and it rained some more. Only this week – the sun is going to come out.
SO – whether to weather the weather – we have a warm bunkhouse and a warmer drying room. We have a local pub with a fire and other pubs you can walk to with cosy fires. 1.5 miles away, Church Stretton has some ace food shops and cafes; a bigger and better Outdoor shop for the gear you forgot and independent shops for those tricky Christmas presents you are yet to get (or charity shops to quietly give away the ones you got that weren’t quite to your liking)
C’mon – remember ” ….. We’ll weather the weather whatever the weather, whether we like it or not”
Winter months in Shropshire
November 26th 2023
All Stretton Bunkhouse is nestled in the Batch Valley – part of the Long Mynd – in Shropshire. Shropshire is great county and easily accessible from most parts of the England and North Wales for those re-unions or family gatherings
All Stretton Bunkhouse is open all year and we keep our prices constant throughout the year – no increases for summer holidays or bank holidays. Shropshire doesn’t give up in the winter either, whether you are walking, cycling, coming to visit historic buildings (we’ve got loads of castles and churches) or just wanting to have some chill time in quant pubs with cosy fires. It’s all here waiting for you so cheer yourself up in the long haul to spring and come and visit.
May 20th 2019
I’m in my sixtieth year and am planning on climbing 60 summits to celebrate. There are no criteria about height, and I can do more than one in a day. It’s half way through the year and I’ve knocked off 50! Last weekend a small window of opportunity opened up to escape to Shropshire for a couple of days and I jumped at it.Read More