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Craven Arms


Shawbank Craven Arms Shropshire SY7 9LU
+447584302924 +447584302924

Greenway Touring and Glamping Park

A caravan, camping and glamping site within the ever changing living landscape of  the rolling Corvedale Hills.  A haven for couples – a great place to relax and unwind leaving the stresses of work and family life behind. An ideal base to discover and explore the beautiful Shropshire Hills by car, on foot or by bike.

Generous size touring pitches on a gently sloping site and equipped glamping pods.

Standard Glamping Pods have a 4ft double bed, small fridge, heater, kettle, plates, crockery for 2 people inside. A bistro set and chimenea outside. The chimenea provides a great focal point when darkness falls, is a great source of warmth and can be used to BBQ or cook on.

Larger Premier Glamping Pods have a 4ft 6 double bed, slimline fridge, breakfast bars and stools, heater, kettle, plates, crockery for 2 people inside. A bistro set and chimenea outside.

The hardstanding pitches are fully serviced and we do have some grass pitches with electric hook.

There is a modern toilet and shower block

We are adults only. We do welcome well behaved dogs but sorry no children.

Plenty to see and do in the area.


  • Dog friendly
  • Free Wifi
  • Hairdryer
  • Non smoking establishment
  • On site parking
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