All Stretton Bunkhouse, Meadow Green, Batch Valley, All Stretton, Shrops, SY6 6JW
All Stretton Bunkhouse offers comfortable self-catering accommodation with underfloor heating for individuals and small 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 (but please always book meals as it is not very big). 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. A cot is also available. The well equipped kitchen has cooker, microwave, toaster, kettle and fridge. There is a shower, two toilets and a tumble dryer. The track up to the property is steep and rough so wheelchair access is difficult. Groups booking the complete bunkhouse may bring dogs.
or call Frankie Goode on
01694 722593 Mob: 0781 5517482
10: 2×4, 1×2 + 1 cot
All year. Winter 4:00pm-10:30am; Summer 5:00pm-10:30am. Extra access negotiable.
£19 per person per night; children half price; under 5s free. £1 per person per night discount for those arriving without a vehicle.
Book by phone, post or online.
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 (or taxi) from bunkhouse. National Express buses to Shrewsbury, hourly local buses from Shrewsbury to Church Stretton via All Stretton.
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Immediately accessible from All Stretton Bunkhouse
All Stretton Bunkhouse has immediate access to the Long Mynd for walkers and mountain bikers – no need to use your car. The bunkhouse is in a quiet valley but is still close to the pub and village of All Stretton. The Long Mynd is a long plateau of heathland in the Shropshire Hills, a sea of purple heather in late summer. There are Bronze Age burial mounds and the 5,000 year old Portway path along the nearby Slipperstones ridge was once used by Neolithic traders.
The silhouetted outline of the Stiperstones ridge can be seen for miles.
On a visit to All Stretton Bunkhouse you are sure the see the wild horses which roam the landscape of the Long Mynd. This healthy plateau is part of the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Bueaty. From the doorstep of All Stretton Bunkhouse you can enjoy gental walks with stunning views.
If you have arrived by bike, train or bus you are entitled to £1 per person per night refund
Call at the house to collect your refund or phone 01694-722593; 07815517482.