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24th October 2017

Beaconsfield Park

Heart of England » Shropshire » Shrewsbury
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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

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

Carefully set amidst the lovely spacious grounds, the lodges offer outstanding accommodation with luxurious touches including private hot tubs. There is also an indoor heated swimming pool with a steam room and an à la carte restaurant, so there is really no need to leave the peace and tranquillity of the site.

Guests who do wish to get out and explore the area will find the beautiful town of Shrewsbury with its many scenic and historic attractions just a few minutes away. Those who enjoy outdoor activities can find walking, cycling and fishing all available locally.

There are three types of lodge at Beaconsfield Park. The Cardoc and Haughmond Lodges were new in 2008 and sleep up to 4 people. Both are single storey, detached lodges and have two bedrooms and private out door hot tub. The Wrekin Premier Lodge is top of the range and is a spacious two storey lodge sleeping up to 4 people. The contemporary styling manages to combine luxury with comfort and the lodge also has an outdoor hot tub.

Park Facilities
Accommodation features
  • Swimming pool and steam room with private hire available *
  • The Bothy Restaurant
  • Coffee shop
  • All other facilities available for all dates.
  • * Charges Apply.
  • Superb one and two bedroom beautifully designed lodges with contemporary and luxury interiors, each with their own outdoor hot tub.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • TV with Freeview/DVD
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Bed made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £38pw each (max 1)
  • (small breeds only)
  • (in specific Chestnut and Haughmond lodges only)
  • Adults only
  • All non smoking accommodation

Details and Offers

Pamper pack for couples –
Champagne, fresh flowers and chocolates – £95 per pack
(must be ordered at time of booking and paid for prior to arrival)

Accommodation at Beaconsfield Park


Chestnut Lodge

Luxury lodge with king size bed with ensuite shower. Verandah with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub.


Haughmond Lodge

Spacious luxury lodge with two king size beds, one with ensuite shower. Bath with overhead shower. Verandah with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub. .


Wrekin Premier Lodge

Super luxury, spacious and contemporary two storey lodge. Ground floor: Spacious lounge/kitchen/dining area with stunning countryside views. First floor: Two king size doubles, one with bathing area with double ended bath, both with ensuite shower. Verandah with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub. No pets.

Beaconsfield Park Reviews

Ian Shone
A lovely lodge but pay before you arrive! When we arrived i had to pay the balance of £275 but they wouldn't take card payments, i had to go the cash machine a couple of miles away and get the cash. Also if you need 24 hour internet you will have a problem. We had read that it was free WiFi so this was great as my wife does alot of work from home. At first we didn't have a problem but around 6 o'clock we couldn't connect. The next day i went to reception and asked if their was a problem with the internet and was told that it is not left on all the time as people were using it for watching films till all hours of the morning? They also deducted £25 of our deposit for additional cleaning, i can only think that must have been for leaving the dishes in the dishwasher.
Anne, Penrith
Date of stay: 15th September 2017
Accommodation type: Haughmond Lodge
Very relaxing.
Michael, Chesterfield
Date of stay: 2nd September 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
Did not use
Ingrid, Tyne And Wear
Date of stay: 2nd September 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
A comfortable and clean lodge.
Barbara, Newcastle Under Lyme
Date of stay: 18th August 2017
Accommodation type: Wrekin Premier Lodge
Fantastic lodge..
Vivian, Canterbury
Date of stay: 14th August 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
The site was very nicely arranged between campers and lodges, kept tidy and clean.
Andrew, West Cliff On Sea Essex
Date of stay: 22nd July 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
Excellent time plenty to see and do in a30mile raius
Gill, York
Date of stay: 1st July 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
The lodge was lovely and spacious and especially welcoming with the little extras provided by the site but the hot tub was a little tired
A, Suffolk
Date of stay: 24th June 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
The only issue we had was the power went off one evening at 10:30 and we were unable to contact anyone via the intercom system till the next morning
Date of stay: 29th May 2017
Accommodation type: Wrekin Premier Lodge
This is certainly a premier lodge, my husband said it was the best we'd ever stayed in and we've been in a few. On closure inspection there were a few cobwebs which should have been removed by the housekeeping team, but these didn't distract from the overall feeling. Kitchen was well equipped, lounge comfortable, bedroom large and ensuite shower powerful and warm. Even able to switch on shower from side of bed, no risk of a cold shower! Hot tub was powerful and warm, but not hot. Was fine for two, but feel if four people staying, it would be difficult to sit outside together, two separate first floor balconies, both fine for two, not sure four would fit. The hot tub area had a window to the garage, which surprisingly is used by the cleaning staff to charge the golf buggies they use to move around site, we didn't see them, but could happen if you are in hot tub when they move buggies. Hire bikes were also stored in garage, which worried us, so left car out on drive, ok in Summer, but not so good if weather bad. Don't let this put you off going, still enjoyed.
David, Wolverhampton
Date of stay: 26th May 2017
Accommodation type: Chestnut Lodge
Brilliant, as above.
Only negative part of our stay is that the heating wouldn’t work, however the owners came straight away to fix it! We would love to stay again!
Absolutely beautiful lodge surrounding so peaceful
Took my dad to recouperate after being in hospital. We went in may with our dog and had a great week.
Lovely clean park and lodge; very comfortable and centrally located for exploring the area. Our only issue on the park was the lack of privacy on the veranda, but that is because we all faced the lake which was a lovely outlook. We could also hear the A49 quite a bit. But because the lodge was so clean and comfortable we would definitely wish to return. Please make use of the village store / post office; very well equipped and extremely nice staff.
Great for fishing pity u have to pay extra
Fabulous place, fantastic restaurant, staff very helpful.. booking up for next year.
Lovely place ,fishing good nice and quiet only one drawback .could not get booked up in the bothy for a meal and you can't use it just for a drink,needs to expand to meet demand as only open 3 days. Seems like a missed opportunity.baring this had a lovely stay
The site is in an excellent area for exploring both Shropshire and Wales
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