Brunette Cottage Caravan Park Certificated Location (CL) is a small, adults only campsite that is open exclusively for members of The Caravan Club. The park is open all through the year and welcomes guests bringing their dogs on their camping and caravan holidays, and is situated on the English/Welsh border in the county of Shropshire.
There are five pitches at Brunette Cottage Caravan Park CL, all of which are hardstanding and have electric hook-ups. Toilets and showers are available on the site, too, for guests to use during their stay.
Within one mile of the park, guests will find a convenience store, along with a bar and a restaurant, making it easy to pop out for a meal or to top up your holiday essentials. Tourists staying at the site will find plenty of opportunities for fishing within five miles of Brunette Cottage Caravan Park.
This campsite in Shropshire is surrounded by miles of open space, mainly comprising farmland and countryside. Most of the fields are open for guests to explore together with their pets, while there are also plenty of designated trails and routes that are perfect for cycling as well as walking.
The nearest major town to the park is Wrexham – by car, it is just a little over 20 minutes from this CL. This popular Welsh town is a favourite of tourists and has plenty to offer people of all tastes and passions. Wrexham is particularly known for being a cultural centre of the region, playing host to a number of performing arts events and festivals in recent years.
A number of theatres can be found across Wrexham, with performances by local theatre groups as well as popular travelling shows. Various sculptures are also found across the town, while the county library in Wrexham hosts a number of displays and exhibitions throughout the year.
Wrexham’s music scene is also one of the most vibrant in Wales, no matter what guests enjoy listening to and whatever time of year you visit Wales. Every type of music can usually be found being performed across the city on most evenings. One of the buildings at the town’s university is now a popular concert venue, and is also used for theatrical performances and exhibitions.
Elsewhere, the town has a thriving science scene and a passionate community that enjoy interacting with this topic, as seen by the Wrexham Science Festival, which attracts tourists from far and wide each March.
Away from Wrexham, guests have plenty of options, from exploring the country villages and market towns found along and close to the England/Wales border, to venturing further north to the lively coastline, or even into the English Midlands or Cheshire.
Chester is just a 40-minute drive away and is a great shopping destination, plus there's a zoo here. Liverpool, Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent can all be reached in under an hour, too, so you're spoilt for choice.
The north Wales coast is quiet by comparison to these cities but is lively and vibrant in its own way, with towns such as Rhyl offering tremendous beaches as well as golf courses and other outdoor fun.
Brunette Cottage Caravan Park CL is the perfect place to stay for adults looking for a quiet break, but with a range of fun activities and attractions no more than an hour’s drive away.
Whitchurch Heritage Centre
Greenfields Local Nature Reserve
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