Clyro pics

As you approach Clyro on the A438 you carnt help having anticipation of what’s to come. Turning off on to the drive that leads up to Baskerville Hall (yes it really does exist) you will notice the woods to your right. This once was a large sprawling forest many years ago, part of the large Baskerville estate, its been cut back over the years and now is just a large wooded hill side and that’s were you are going to be driving.
The camp site is to the right of the hall, with water some electric hook-up and toilets. The Hotel does allow you access to all the facilities free these include, showers, toilets, sauna and indoor swimming pool and there is a bar but alas this is not free!

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