Colemere Caravan Park

Owners Dave and Ingrid have put a lot of thought into ensuring that guests are kept comfy at this peaceful and popular little site: as well as a good range of accommodation options, guests have access to a fully-equipped and cute-looking social area, all hand-built and including a kitchen with fridge, kettle, utensils, pots and microwave.

Colemere Caravan Park has been named the top selling site in Shropshire for 2016!

See below for information on the options available to you, including information on prices and how to book!

Handbuilt Pods
"Otter" and "Badger"

Both of our pods, handbuilt by ourselves in 2014, are fully insulated, double glazed and have mains electricity and TV. Inside, the wooden floor and roof arches around giving a warm Nordic feel. No matter what time of year you'll feel lovely and warm due to triple insulation and soft glow LED lights in each corner.

Shepherd Hut

Jacob’s Shepherd Hut is the latest edition to Colemere Caravan Park. Handcrafted to a high standard. It can accommodate two persons containing electricity, double glazed windows, heating, double bed, sofa, and Television, tea and coffee making facilities. There is an outside decking area facing the lake of Colemere.

Gypsy Caravan
"Ruby Rose"

Traditional bespoke bowtop caravan with a fitted with a double bed and seating (guests are asked to bring their own bedding or sleeping bags). There is lighting and heating inside with a portable TV.

Social Area and Kitchen
and the surrounding area

Guests have access to a fully-equipped and cute-looking social area, all hand-built and including a kitchen with fridge, kettle, utensils, pots and microwave. There is a toilet and shower block right next door.

Explore the Beauty of Colemere & Local Areas

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  • Pontcysyllte Aquedcut [25 Minute Drive] - LL20 7TG Dare you cross it? And can you do it without looking down? You can walk across Pontcysyllte, or save your legs and take a leisurely boat ride. But there's one thing you have to take with you. A camera. The views are something else.
  • Llangollen [28 Minute Drive] - LL20 8BSBeautiful Welsh town set over the River Dee, abseiling, gorge walking, horse drawn boat, white water rafting and a steam railway.
  • Hawkstone Park Follies [30 Minute Drive] - SY4 5UY The Follies is an historic woodland fantasy with cliffs, crags, caves, deep woods and a series of extraordinary monuments built over 200 years ago, after years of neglect the magical landscape was lovingly restored and reopened in 1993. Parts of the park and the main walking routes contains several flights of steps, some natural ones carved into rock and some man made wooden ones – these can be slippery when wet.
  • Shrewsbury [30 Minute Drive]Set amidst glorious countryside near to the Welsh Borders, it is one of England's finest medieval market towns. But stuck in the past it is not!
  • Pony Trekking & Quad Trekking[30 Minute Drive] - LL20 7EG Explore the beautiful Ceiriog Valley on horseback. What better way to appreciate the spectacular scenery and the surrounding area.
  • Rodneys Pillar [30 Minute Drive] - SY5 The Breidden is a volcanic feature, which dominates the area and stands over 1200ft high. Footpaths lead up to the summit with wonderful views of Shropshire & Wales. There are remains of an old hill fort en route which may have been the site of the last stand of Caractacus. Rodney’s Pillar at the top was built by the gentlemen of Montgomeryshire who supplied oak from the area & shipped them down the river Severn to Bristol where Admiral Rodney’s fleet was built.

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