Serven House has been here since before 1600 and has been a pub, stables, and hostel next to a ford on the River Severn.
It was a stop-off point for horse-drawn barges that travelled down the river.
Outside Serven House is the old A5 built by Thomas Telford, liking London with Holyhead. This road was a toll road that opened in the 1700s, and a toll house is still at the top of the drive.
Today, there is a new A5 road, meaning that the road by Severn House is much quieter these days.
Being next to the river, this is a great campsite for canoeing or fishing, and there are lots of walks and attractions in the area.
Note: it is not recommended to have young children on pitches next to the river.