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Beaconsfield Park | Holiday Park | Shropshire | Shrewsbury

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Beaconsfield-Park

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Beaconsfield-Park

Beaconsfield-Park

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Beaconsfield-Park

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Beaconsfield-Park

Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY4 4AA
England

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Nestling in the picturesque Shropshire countryside, this award-winning park sits just 1½ miles from historic Shrewsbury. Exclusively for adults this is a luxurious retreat for those looking to get away from it all and explore this beautiful area.

Weekly Price Range: £230 - £905

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Beaconsfield Park offers the following: Holiday Park Caravans for hire, Holiday Park Lodges for hire, ideal for any holiday at Beaconsfield Park.
 

Nestling in the picturesque Shropshire countryside, this award-winning park sits just 1½ miles from historic Shrewsbury. Exclusively for adults this is a luxurious retreat for those looking to get away from it all and explore this beautiful area.

Carefully set amidst the lovely spacious grounds, you enjoy superb accommodation with a touch of luxury including hot tubs with each lodge. There is also an indoor heated swimming pool with a steam room and an à la carte restaurant on the park.

You can choose to simply relax and take in the wonderful countryside surroundings, or head further afield to Shrewsbury with its many scenic and historic attractions. A perfect base for a truly restful break taken completely at your own pace.

Beaconsfield Park offers the following facilities. Accommodation and facilities

  • Indoor heated swimming pool+
  • Steam room+
  • Fly and Coarse fishing+
  • Á la carte restaurant (Thu, Fri, Sat evenings & Sun lunch except June 18–21 and Sept 10–13)
  • Wi-Fi access

  • Holiday Parks has an indoor Swimming Pool

  • Fishing is available on the park or nearby

  • WiFi or internet is available on parts or all of the park

    • Hot tubs
    • Exclusively for adults
    • Romantic breaks
    All-male, all-female or young mixed groups over 25 – please check when booking
  • Pets £60pw each (max 2 small breeds only) (Blakemere and Caradoc)All non smoking accommodation Free Champagne and Truffles for bookings of 7 nights or more made before 1 April 2010. Make your luxury break extra special. Champagne, truffles, teddy bear, hand tied flowers and use of fluffy towels and dressing gowns. Complete with a fabulous Molton Brown gift pack. Pamper packs are available at £135 per couple. 

  • Outdoor hot tub (Lodges)
  • TV with freeview/DVD
  • CD (Lodges)
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge and freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Bed made up for your arrival
  • Garden furniture (Blakemere)
  • Verandah with garden furniture (Lodges)
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • All-male, all-female or young mixed groups over 25 – please check when booking
  • Pets £60pw each (max 2 small breeds only) (Blakemere and Caradoc)All non smoking accommodation and adults only
  • Weekly Price Range: £230 - £905- Please note that the prices shown here are intended as a guide only for Beaconsfield Park. To get the latest prices and offers please click on the Booking Info Link.

    Local Area Finding Beaconsfield Park

    SatNav Postcode: SY4 4AA

    The local Area around Beaconsfield Park

    Stay in Shropshire and within this county’s extraordinarily beautiful landscape you’ll find more award-winning attractions and outdoor pursuits than you’d ever imagine possible. If Shropshire’s 32 castles don’t satisfy your thirst for history, step back in time at the Ironbridge Gorge where you can explore the birth of the Industrial Revolution in no fewer than ten museums, and life at the turn of the twentieth century is fascinatingly recreated at Blists Hill Open Air Museum.Shropshire’s unique topography is the perfect backdrop for walking, cycling, horse riding, hang gliding, fishing, golf and even hot air ballooning. And spectacular views are a feature of walks along the dramatic Long Mynd ridge and Offa’s Dyke.Almost completely surrounded by the River Severn, the ancient town of Shrewsbury is known for its beautifully preserved timber-framed buildings and the elegance of its Georgian architecture while historic Ludlow is famous as the county’s gastronomic capital, boasting two Michelin starred restaurants and some very fine food shops. Its castle is also impressive, as is nearby Stokesay Castle.

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    User Reviews

     We have 54 reviews in our database for Beaconsfield Park. Only the last 10 are shown for each holiday park

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: Sept oct 2014 Campsite Rating
    Watch out if you are thinking of staying in lodges near road.Stayed in 18 nice property but disturbed by road noise all week and fried left 3 days early stayed on for few more days as I had friends to see.The worst thing was some idiot had put fire alarm above cooker so every time u cooked u either had to put up with alarm going off constantly or not bother cooking.Booked through hoseasons who with park offered drevisory £50 compensation.Watch out if ur thinking of staying there

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    I needed a break with peace and quiet meaning no kids no dogs no work with this weekend break i got just what i needed and then went home very refreshed to start again looking after my family and dogs i have recommended this break to friends and family. very good valve for your money also accommodation was great and very clean also cosey.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    the hot tub was fab and lovely and peaceful there too,and you can take dogs

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    Lodge was fabulous: spacious, beautifully furnished, all mod-cons, clean and comfy. Staff on site approachable and helpful. Better than some 5 star hotels I've stayed in. Will definitely go back.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Campsite Rating
    It is a very peaceful and pleasant hideaway, close to some interesting and attractive places and good amenities.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Campsite Rating
    A beautiful lodge and beautiful surroundings!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2010 Campsite Rating
    Ideal for couples with dogs, and a plus that is adults only, no children.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2010 Campsite Rating
    Enjoyed holiday in Caradoc Lodge which was very comfortable and exceeded expectations. Would not hesitate to recommend to others. Site peaceful, relaxing and well kept/maintained.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2010 Campsite Rating
    Was very relaxing and enjoyable.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2010 Campsite Rating
    Our holiday was everything we were hoping for:- total relaxation with luxurious accommodation in quiet and peaceful surroundings. We would definitely recommend using a hot tub - a fantastic way to eliminate the stresses of every day life. We would definitely book another similar holiday in the future - maybe next year.

    Please note that the reviews and ratings shown above are the views of the person submitting them. We are not able to validate the information provided or verify that the person actually stayed at the park. We do remove offensive reviews or reviews which we feel are inappropriate. However, as with all reviews on all sites you should take the information within the context and bear in mind that the they may not be representative of other peoples experience of Beaconsfield Park.

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