Brookside Leisure Park is a small park located in Shropshire, on the border with Wales. It is a secluded park that offers luxury lodges with stunning views of Chirk Castle. Surrounded by countryside, the leisure park is popular with guests who are interested in having a relaxing break away from their stressful everyday life and enjoy long woodland walks and outdoor activities.
This leisure park is perfect for a romantic getaway, located in secluded grounds; the lodges at this park are very peaceful and serene. The park offers superb views of Chirk Castle and Ceiriog Valley and is ideal for guests who love the great outdoors. With plenty of walking paths available within meters of the lodges and plenty of amenities to keep you busy, this is a great choice for a family holiday with a focus on the outdoors. There are two and three bedroom lodges and three and four bedroom cottages available for groups to stay in when visiting this beautiful area of England.
You'll find plenty to see and do in the local area of Shropshire. From restaurants and bars to historical sights and sports activities, you and your family will be spoilt for choice when having the day out in the local area. Only 1.5 miles from the leisure park you will find the nearest shops and pubs, perfect for when you want to enjoy an evening out. There are plenty of historical points of interest to explore in Shropshire including Ludlow castle and the Royal Air Force Museum.
The Brookside Leisure Park has four lodges available for guests to stay in. They all offer luxury, comfortable accommodation that can sleep from four to six guests. The lodges are fully equipped with kitchen appliances, Wi-Fi, TV, open living and dining area and an outdoor veranda. These lodges also have hot tubs for guests to soak away their stresses. This leisure park is also dog-friendly meaning you can bring your four-legged friend with you on your short break to enjoy a long walk in the beautiful countryside.
The Redwood Boutique is one of our favourite lodges that Brookside have on offer in their leisure park. This boutique lodge has a four-poster bedroom in the master bedroom and an outdoor hot tub making it the perfect destination for a romantic retreat. With breath-taking views, comfortable living and sleeping areas and plenty to see and do, the Brookside Leisure Park is ideal for a short break in the West Midlands.
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"The local museums are great attractions to visit on a rainy day."
- Choose from two and three bedroom lodges.
- Outdoor hot tub
- TV with freesat/DVD
- Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
- Bath and shower
- Bed linen, duvets and towels
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Verandah with garden furniture
- Double glazed
- Heated throughout
- Electricity by meter reading
- Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
- Pets £30pw each (max 1)
(in specific lodges only)
Copper Beech Lodge
Very comfortable lodge with one double with ensuite shower and two twin. Spa bath with overhead shower. Outdoor hot tub.
Holly Tree Lodge
Lodge with one double and one twin. Spa bath with overhead shower. Lodge has ramp access. Outdoor hot tub.
Redwood Boutique Lodge
Boutique lodge with one king size four poster with TV/DVD and one twin. Spa bath with overhead shower. Lodge has ramp access. Outdoor hot tub.
Tulip Tree Lodge
Beautifully decorated lodge overlooking the stunning Ceirog valley and ancient Chirk Castle. Master bedroom with king size double with ensuite shower and Juliette balcony overlooking the gardens. One double and one twin. Large open plan dining area with fully equipped kitchen. Family bathroom with roll-in shower. Outdoor hot tub. Lodge has wheelchair access suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. No pets.
Date of stay: 25th February 2018
Lodge was a perfect getaway for the weekend, clean and had everything we needed, hot tub was great too.
Date of stay: 16th February 2018
Date of stay: 4th November 2017
Great already looking to book for next year.
Date of stay: 21st July 2017
Date of stay: 17th April 2017
Great lodge and owners were great and even gave us Easter eggs. Thanks again
Date of stay: 5th December 2016
Fantastic want to go again
Date of stay: 5th November 2016
brilliant place lovey and peaceful, have already booked again for nxt yr, owners are very nice and helpful
Date of stay: 16th September 2016
Very nice as per above comments. I could not fault the lodge in any way. Very comfortable beds and everything worked as we would want it to.
Date of stay: 12th September 2016
We had a great time. The cosy lodge was perfect for the relaxed sight seeing holiday we wanted. Lots of things to see within driving distance
Date of stay: 23rd March 2015
The accommodation was perfect. Clean and modern. The hot tub was amazing, we did have some problems with it on the second night but the staff, Simon and Tim were so accommodating we could not have asked for more. Thanks guys! :o)
Lodge was perfect for the weekend and the owner went out his way to get some birthday decorations set up which was a great surprise.
The location is breathtaking. The pool, hottub and cabin itself was a teeny bit dated but fantastic value for money. The hosts were easily contactable and extremely accommodating. Can't wait to go back :)
Had a really relaxing time at this place. Lovely views from our Lodge, nice setting. Bumped into the owner whilst walking the dog, really nice person.
Had a really good weekend, beds are super comfortable, everythingâ€™s clean an in working order, owner is polite an happy to help.
Really enjoyed my stay!
2nd year in a row, Fantastic setting and location, lovely owners and very helpful.
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