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Market Drayton

Ford Hall Organic Farm

Tern Hill Road Market Drayton Shropshire TF9 3PS
01630 638696

Glamping at Fordhall Organic Farm

At Fordhall Organic Farm, we have a self-contained unit of Shropshire-made Mongolian Yurts.Sleeping up to 6 people, they are perfect for a romantic couple’s getaway, or a fun farm-themed family holiday. Sited in a secluded corner of the farm, guests can enjoy the peace and quiet of getting back to nature, with a delightful panoramic view from the decking, and no neighbours but the wildlife and livestock.The Yurts offer a perfect opportunity to escape the every day, as they are completely off-grid with no electricity, running water or wifi. Worry not if the off-grid lifestyle is unfamiliar though, the Yurts are fully equipped for a cosy and comfortable glamping experience – including a gas BBQ, hob and fridge, a camping shower and a compost loo. However, if guests would prefer a regular toilet and electric shower, these are available in the main building.Guests are left to their own devices during their stay, free to roam the farm trails which weave through the pasture, woodland and along the river. Glampers can also pre-order local and organic ingredients from the Farm Shop prior to their stay, to make their own meals with during their stay.


  • Full kitchen facility
  • On site parking
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Rural location
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