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Reviewed 24 June 2018

What a gem!! It was our first trip to Shropshire but definitely not our last. This site was spotless, dog friendly and so peaceful. Location excellent for touring and we enjoyed a walk through Carding Mill valley, fell in love with Church Stretton and Bishops Castle, we will be returning as so many more places to explore. Thankyou Merv for your friendly welcome and gorgeous site, have to admit its one of the nicest we have stayed at within the UK.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank DennisRChester
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Emma Price, Other at Southview Caravan and Camping, responded to this reviewResponded 23 September 2020

Thank you- we hope to welcome you back again soon :)

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Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile

We rang Merv at Southview on the off chance of pitching two caravans to include the Whitsun bank holiday. When we arrived we were treated to an altogether wonderful view of the valley below as the site is quite high. It’s actually in Wall Under Heywood, near Church Stretton without a large supermarket to be seen for miles. It’s at least 12 miles to the nearest one which is Sainsbury’s. But worry not because there is a Co-Op in Church Stretton, which although relatively small, meets all your needs. You do hear the occasional baa from some sheep in a nearby field and some bird chatter of course but it is a calm oasis. The site is beautifully laid out with grass and a flower bed in the middle with nine pitches all around with three being used as seasonal pitches leaving six which can be booked. The toilets and shower couldn’t be cleaner and instead of a hole in the ground the chemical disposal station has an actual toilet sunk into it which can also be flushed. Now there’s a sense of humour! Merv is a wonderful character who loves to have a chat with you occasionally but also leaves you alone to do your own thing. Telford with its famous Iron Bridge, Jackson Tile Museum and Coalport Museum takes a little over half an hour to reach and it takes about the same time to reach Shrewsbury. Sorry I forgot to take any photos but it’s well worth a visit. I shall be back!

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Sue2704
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Ems s, General Manager at Southview Caravan and Camping, responded to this reviewResponded 9 June 2018

Thank you so much for this lovely review, it was a pleasure having you stay with us. Look forward to welcoming you back

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Reviewed 3 May 2018

Beautiful views over Corvedale, lambs on two sides make this an idyllic spot. Washrooms are very clean and warm. Lots of extras like blocks that you may need or have not got. Great hard standings. Picnic table in the middle. Owners are very friendly too. We will be back.

Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ems s, General Manager at Southview Caravan and Camping, responded to this reviewResponded 2 June 2018

Thank you very much. Glad you enjoyed your stay and we would love to welcome you back

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

We are regular visitors to this site and it never fails to put a smile on our faces, regardless of the weather rain or shine. The views from every pitch cannot fail to make you relax and just chill out.. there are many walks directly from the site, there is a pub within walking distance but it is down a well used road..Taxi service available just speak to Mervyn the owner of this fabulous site, all pitches are hard standing with its own water and electric and with a secure gated entrance. It is small and immaculately presented, offering well manicured hard standing pitches for up to 9 vans. The shower/toilet facilities are spotless and well heated. Mervyn is one of the nicest site owners you will meet and will help you in any way he can with a big smile on his face and he really does care about his visitor's. Its impossible to say anything negative about the hidden gem... maybe I shouldn't have said anything as it may get too full next time we want to visit .....

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank gillybob2015
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Reviewed 25 June 2017

A nice site. Arranged in a circle of 9 pitches, every pitch gives good views. Pitches are hard standing and each has a water tap and an electric plug. Some are longer and enable you to park in front of your van, other you need to park either on the circle track, or if there's an empty pitch (like next to us) we parked out cars on there instead.
The entrance gate is locked with a combination lock, allowing access 24hrs.
The owner, Mervyn, is very friendly and came over to chat to us as we were sat outside having a brew.
The site has a waste point, bins and washing up sink.
The only possible downside I could have was there are only 1 male and female rooms in the ablutions. This didn't affect us on our visit as there was only 3 vans on site at the time, but may cause problems when full. Each room contains a shower, sink and toilet. The showers only work on the old £1 coins or 20p's and you get 1 min/20p. The showers are powerful and the water is hot straight away, no waiting around for it to warm up and waste your money.
Taxi to Church Stretton cost us £8 for a night out.
I'd highly recommend this nice little site to anyone. There's no traffic sounds, only countryside sounds (like sheep etc) and it's so nice to sit out at any time of day and look at the scenery with a brew.

Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Scott R
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