Beaconsfield Holiday Park is a family run, adults only, five-star campsite in Shropshire with a range of accommodation options.
The touring park welcomes guests in touring caravans and motorhomes, however please note that tents are not permitted to pitch here.
There are 40 hardstanding pitches, as well as a number of grass pitches to choose from at Beaconsfield Holiday Park – electric, drainage and water hook-ups are available. If you'd like to erect an awning, there's a small additional charge. You can also book a seasonal or year pitch.
In addition, you can hire or purchase a luxury holiday home at this park – and despite this being an adults only site, holiday home owners are welcome to bring children.
For peace of mind, there's CCTV at this park and a security barrier at the entrance.
This is a dog friendly campsite, although there's a slight extra charge to pay if you're bringing your canine companions. Up to two dogs are allowed per pitch and owners must keep their dogs on a short lead at all times and clean up after them, too. There's also a dedicated dog walking area where you can let your four-legged friend off the lead – please use the dog waste bins provided.
Fans of fishing will be delighted to learn that this park has a coarse fishing pool, well stocked with bream, carp, rudd, roach and much more.
If you're staying at Beaconsfield Holiday Park, why not treat yourself to a meal (or two!) at the on-site a la carte restaurant. The Bothy Restaurant makes use of the best and most fresh local produce, and has a comprehensive wine list, too, so you can kick back, relax and enjoy yourselves in style.
Use this park as your base to explore and visit Shropshire on your motorhome and caravan holidays. Beaconsfield Holiday Park is just a 20-minute walk or a two-minute drive from the village of Hadnall.
From here you can also delve into the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, visit Birmingham for some retail therapy and much more.
You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome at Beaconsfield Holiday Park – let this be your base from which to explore Shropshire and maybe beyond.
Indoor swimming pool and steam room on-site
On site coarse fishing
Exploring Shrewsbury and the surrounding area
Whilst the atmosphere at Beaconsfield Farm creates the perfect place to relax and unwind, we hope that you will take the opportunity to go and visit some of the local towns and explore the beautiful countryside.
If you enjoy walking, the 'Shropshire Way' passes by the park, or perhaps a visit to Shrewsbury, just a couple of miles away with it's wealth of historic buildings, museums and shopping centre. There is also the famous 'Quarry', a delightful park with the 'Dingle' as it's magnificent centrepiece, where you can sit and relax in these beautiful gardens.
Within a short drive, you can visit the Long Mynd at Church Stretton, the Roman City at Wroxeter, Attingham Park, Ironbridge Gorge Museum or one of the endless castles or abbeys.
Shropshire boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, but if you feel like going a little further afield, in half an hour, you can be across the Welsh Border, and in another hour's drive, at the Welsh coast.
Beaconsfield 5 Star Luxury Holiday Park is situated just 1.5 miles north of the historic market town of Shrewsbury. The town has over 600 listed buildings including the Castle and the Abbey. Relax in beautiful Quarry Park or take a boat trip on the River Severn.
The historic centre is a shopper’s heaven packed with designer shops, smart new malls and an amazing range of independent retailers. Shrewsbury is also the venue for the world famous Flower Show in August every year. Take advantage of the Shrewsbury Park & Ride system, based in Harlescott, Meole Brace and Oxon.
Shropshire has many attractions that include Ironbridge Gorge, now a world heritage site, and numerous stately homes and castles including Attingham Park and Benthall Hall. The county has many delightful towns and villages nestling in some of the best scenery to be found in the Heart of England.
For walkers and nature lovers there is the “Little Switzerland” town of Church Stretton and the hills of the Long Mynd. Where ever you go you will find country pubs with good food, little tea rooms, quaint shops of all varieties and, above all, a warm welcome. Beaconsfield is located on the Shropshire / Welsh border which makes it ideally located for trips to Mid Wales.
With the picturesque border town of Welshpool, with the spectacular Powis Castle and the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway – one of the great little trains of Wales. A little further leads to Lake Vyrnwy, Bala Lake and the Snowdonia National Park are only an hours drive, while the pretty coastal towns of Harlech, Barmouth and Porthmadog are only around two hours drive.
Closer to home their are many walks or cycle rides around the quiet Shropshire country lanes, with the Shropshire Way passing through the Park. Or you could even just stay on the park, relax and fish in our well-stocked pools, take advantage of our indoor swimming pool, steam room and adjacent coffee shop. Followed by a freshly prepared meal in our table-licensed Bothy Restaurant.
The Past 05 Aug 2003
** This review was originally posted by The MacKay's from Nairn, Scotland. **
We came here the first year opened and have been coming back ever since. Great site - clean, quiet and very friendly owners. We feel like part of the family now !!!!!
The Past 28 Jul 2003
** This review was originally posted by L Curchin from Hampshire. **
We only had a few nights at this lovely tranquil site
we wished it could have been more. The ameneties were
extreemly good and the peace and quiet was just what was wanted after a long motor-way drive.