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Welcome to the details page for Brookside Woodland Lodges, a holiday park based in Bron-y-Garth, Shropshire in England

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Bron-y-Garth
Shropshire
SY10 7LY
England

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Brookside Woodland Lodges enjoy an enviable setting in secluded grounds just 500 yards from Offa's Dyke. These superb properties boast fantastic views over a valley to Chirk Castle.

Weekly Price Range: £244 - £1121

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

Enjoying an enviable setting in the secluded grounds of a large Victorian house just 500 yards from Offa's Dyke, these superb properties boast fantastic views over a valley to Chirk Castle, and offer a paradise to lovers of the great outdoors. Wonderful walks unfold from the doorstep of Brookside Woodland Lodges with four pubs and village amenities within one and a half miles.To keep everyone happy there is an indoor pool, children's play area and tennis available on the park, making this is a perfect base for a unique family holiday.Brookside Woodland Lodges offer a choice of two and three bedroom lodges and two and four bedroom cottages all with stylish interiors.Please note the grounds have steep gradients, however cars can be driven up to the accommodation.

Brookside Woodland Lodges offers the following facilities. Accommodation and facilities

  • Children's play area
  • Barbecue area
  • The grounds at Brookside Leisure Park have steep gradients. However cars can be driven right up to the accommodation.All-male, all-female or mixed groups under 25 – please check when booking
  • Pets £30pw each (max 1) (small breeds only)
  • There is a childrens play area on park

  • Tennis Courts on or near the park

  • Well behaved dogs are welcomed on this the park

    • Indoor pool
    • Fantastic valley views
    • Ideal base for exploring
     

  • TV/video
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Bath and shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Verandah (lodges) or garden (cottages) with garden furniture
  • Double glazed
  • Heated throughout
  • Electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • All-male, all-female or mixed groups under 25 – please check when booking
  • Pets £30pw each (max 1) (small breeds only)
  • Weekly Price Range: £244 - £1121- Please note that the prices shown here are intended as a guide only for Brookside Woodland Lodges. To get the latest prices and offers please click on the Booking Info Link.

    Local Area Finding Brookside Woodland Lodges

    SatNav Postcode: SY10 7LY

    The local Area around Brookside Woodland Lodges

    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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     We have 59 reviews in our database for Brookside Woodland Lodges. Only the last 10 are shown for each holiday park

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2006 Campsite Rating
    If you want the quiet splendour of Shropshire, the easy access to Wales and visit the city of Chester, then this peacful, rural idyll is the perfect location.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2006 Campsite Rating
    It is a small park, ideal for a short relaxing break.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2007 Campsite Rating
    The facilities on this park were excellent!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2007 Campsite Rating
    The lodges were very luxurious with all the mod cons possible. Warm, cosy, in a beautiful location - the dog loved it too! A great anniversary location but also great for the kids too!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    This was just total peace! Very comfortable accommodation, a well thought out kitchen and everything we needed!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    It was wonderful waking up to such beautiful surrounding countryside and views of the castle!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    Value for money and great scenery!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    A great location with comfortable and spacious accommodation and good facilities.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    I would recommend this holiday to anyone who likes walking. There are many walks around the area that would interest them.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Campsite Rating
    Fantastic site. Swimming pool very warm. Lodge more spacious than the photos give credit for. Views are fantastic. The location is superb and very tranquil. The site staff were friendly and helpful and really wanted you to enjoy your stay. This really did make a difference and is so often missing elsewhere. Definitely recommended.

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