Womerton Farm Bunkhouse, Womerton Farm, All Stretton, Church Stretton, Shropshire, SY6 6LJ
Call Ruth or Tony on 01694 751260
OverviewWomerton Farm Bunkhouse is situated right next to the Long Mynd, an Area of National Beauty in the heart of the Shropshire Hills. It offers small select accommodation to sleep eight: six in bunks downstairs and two in a double sofa bed upstairs. There is a fully equipped kitchen and living area upstairs. The bunkhouse is 3 miles from Church Stretton, 12 miles from historic Shrewsbury and 15 miles from Ludlow, food capital of Shropshire. There are many local attractions such as Acton Scott Working Farm Museum, Stokesay Castle, Museum of Lost Content and Discovery Centre. The Long Mynd is fantastic for walking, mountain biking and horse riding. Horses can be field-accommodated if arranged in advance. Well behaved dogs that are not moulting allowed. For photo gallery, directions and details please visit website.
Beds & Rooms:8: 1x6 bunks + dble sofa bed.
Open:All year. All day. Closed from 11 am to 4pm on change over days.
Price per night:Sole use: £80 Xmas/New Year & Easter-Sept. £60 off peak. Discounts for 4+ nights & mid-week.
Booking:Booking recommended to guarantee a place.
Directions:From Church Stretton follow A49 north. Past coffee shop and craft centre take a left turn signed Lower Wood. From Shrewsbury on A49 south, pass though Leebotwood then take the right turn signed Lower Wood. Follow this road for 1 mile, cross a cattle grid onto the Long Mynd and we are the first farm on the right.
Public Transport:Nearest train and bus station is Church Stretton (3 miles).
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Womerton Farm Bunkhouse is closed in Winter 2020 for refurbishment
December 4th 2020
We’ve taken the lockdown as an opportunity for a bit of building work. We’ll let you know when its open again.
Tail or mane, Womerton Farm Bunkhouse is prepared
October 9th 2020
Dogs are welcome at Womerton and Horses can be field accommodated if arranged in advance. In the heart of Shropshire you’ll be captivated by the sights. A charming location handily close to the Jack Mytton way.
We accept well behaved dogs who will love to be walked on the Longmynd responsibly by their owners. There are sheep on the hill so the National Trust ask that all dogs are kept under control especially in April during lambing time. As the Longmynd is 2000 hectares you won’t need to open a gate or climb a stile to find a good view or a serene valley to explore.
Come and stay at Womerton Farm Bunkhouse on the Long Mynd in Shropshire.
August 1st 2020
We have vacancies throughout the winter months (when restrictions allow). Come and join us for a winter mini-break.