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Holiday Park Profile: Beaconsfield Holiday Park, Shropshire


Design your own lodge in a stunning setting amid Shropshire’s beautiful countryside.

Amid the lovely countryside of Shropshire, and conveniently close to Shrewsbury, lies adults-only Beaconsfield Holiday Park, where the accent is firmly on luxury.

The park, just a mile and a half from Shrewsbury, features The Croft bar and restaurant, coarse fishing pools, an indoor heated swimming pool and steam room – as well as bespoke lodges designed in-house. Static caravan plots are also available.

The bespoke holiday lodges are available as both one bedroom (14ft wide) and two bedroom (20ft wide) units. One-bedroom unit prices start at £85,000 and two-bedroom units are from £120,000.

Beaconsfield is set in meticulously maintained parkland with views of the Shropshire Hills. It is a family-run park where attention is focused to create a tranquil and quality environment in a stunning setting.

Some select plots offer a lakeside view and all have the benefit of an 11-month season.

All lodges are designed with spacious decking areas and are set on large plots, featuring vaulted timber ceilings, flame-effect fires, integrated dishwashers and French doors.


The Croft, Beaconsfield’s new addition, is open for weekend breakfasts lunches, afternoon teas and dinners. It is the perfect destination that can offer a full menu or just a chilled glass of wine with some olives on the side.

Shrewsbury is a unique town for leisure time. You can explore history, take relaxing river boat trips and enjoy some quality retail time; the town has an array of speciality shops. The River Severn runs through Shrewsbury, under spectacular, ancient bridges. This is the longest river in the UK and its loop through the town provided an ideal, protected setting for a castle – one of Shrewsbury’s great attractions and home to the Soldiers of Shropshire Museum. Shrewsbury is a charming town with a wide choice of eateries and excellent shopping possibilities.

For more information on Beaconsfield Holiday Park click here.

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