Shropshire Glamping in Yurts, Stable and Tent

Named by Welsh Border Life magazine as one of the ten best rural retreats in the Welsh borders, Barnutopia’s gorgeous yurts, stables and tent are perfect for a Shropshire glamping experience. The rolling green hills of Shropshire and Powys provide a stunning backdrop for rural relaxation without roughing it. All units are furnished with real beds, power, lighting, heating and free Wi-Fi. The farm is a charming domestic smallholding and we have plans for future expansion. For the moment, we have one lovely guest shower room in the main farmhouse and two nice, clean flushing portable toilets with automatic lights, soap and paper towel dispensers in the Dutch barn. We are in a rural location on a private water supply and your help with conserving water is appreciated. Luxurious and comfortable though we are, you are still camping. We are perfectly well equipped for everyone to wash every day, of course, but we appreciate it if you shower every couple of days and use the portable toilets if you just need to use the loo. ** Slide show sometimes takes a few seconds to load **

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Shropshire Glamping at its Finest

Luxury Yurts

Furnished Stables

Glamorous Tent




What to do on a Shropshire Glamping Trip

There’s plenty to do in the local area on your Shropshire glamping trip and Shropshire tourism has a plethora of information available for visitors. You can take talks directly from Barnutopia. The local village, Llansilin, is about a mile away and has a beautiful church, pub and a shop that opens on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Oswestry, one of the oldest market towns in Britain, is five miles away and has several supermarkets, boutique shops and indoor and outdoor markets. There are numerous activities, sites of scientific and historic interest, and many tourist attractions worthy of note within easy driving distance.

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