Beaconsfield Holiday Park
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Beaconsfield Holiday Park

Beaconsfield Farm Astley Ln., Upper Battlefield SY4 4AA England
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Mid-range
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Beaconsfield Farm Astley Ln., Upper Battlefield SY4 4AA England
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Natalie010970 wrote a review Feb 2020
Oakamoor, United Kingdom1 contribution
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked two nights stay here 04-05/02/2020
This was our first overnight stay in our new motorhome. We choose this site as it is just over an hours drive for us and we love Shropshire. We wanted to use the two days to get away for a relaxing break with our two dogs but also to get use to using our new motorhome.
Although the site is in the countryside, please note it is close to the railway line and busy roads and RAF Shawbury (noise). It is well maintained and the staff are lovely. But, the facilities - washrooms, laundry area, hook up points, etc need updating. We didn't get to use the restaurant, as it is not open on Tuesdays, but it did look inviting.
There is no wifi available throughout the site, just in reception and there is no area with essential grocery items, which would be a welcome addition.
We also asked in advance about a discounted stay using our CC ACSI card which showed as 20 euros per night in low season. We were told we would only get a £2 a night discount with it - £27 a night instead of £29 (fully serviced pitch). We thought £2 per night discount was better than nothing, despite it clearly far from the 20 euros a night advertised by CC ACSI handbook. Hubby showed the card when we arrived along with the booking voucher, but received no discount at all!
We only stayed one night in the end, as we had a problem with our pull down bed in the motorhome. So, really not a successful full trip.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Ian S wrote a review Jun 2021
Rugby, United Kingdom822 contributions260 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed on the touring pitch for two nights on our way back from Wales. Our pitch backed onto the fishing lake which was rather nice to view. The Park is extremely quiet and well cared for with all the facilities you. Ishtar expect. Hannah (?) on reception was very helpful and advised us that we could catch a bus into Shrewsbury from the end of the drive…..about 20 minutes on foot. She was also able to make a booking for the on site restaurant later that evening.

The restaurant - The Croft - is exceptional……it was so good on our first night that we had to return on our second! Not too often we do that so it must be good!

Everything works well and the showers are good with plenty of hot water. You do pay a deposit of £5 for a key to the shower/toilet block but this is returned when you take the key back. Not sure why there is a need to use a lock as the site is someway of the beaten track. However it’s all good. There is a field for dog walking too. No children are allowed on this site so evenings sitting outside are particularly tranquil.

We had one issue with a power outage from the EHU…….think it was getting too hot. So at around 9pm the owner came out and fixed it! We were impressed.

In short, this site is less than two hours away from home so we intend to return when time permits if only to go back to the restaurant!
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jayne B wrote a review Aug 2020
Cannoc24 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Park very well kept and tidy. Touring
Log cabins and statics on site. Ample size pitches. We had a fully serviced pitch for £39 a night which is quite pricey. Toilets & showers very clean but push button for shower is a pain and not what you'd expect for a 5* adult only site. Piped music in amenities block.Due to Covid restrictions swimming pool only open for private hire and cafe closed. A la carte restaurant open and looked very nice. No hand sanitizer provided by the park. Large enclosed dog walking area. Lovely well stocked fishing lake at £5 a day. There was a sign hidden in the hedge saying no dogs allowed by the lake but lots of people including us took our dog for a walk around it. Again due to Covid no refuse collection ( we were very surprised) so all rubbish either had to be taken home or to the local recycling centre only 1.5 miles away by the large shopping centre. Road noise can be heard in certain areas of the park but we found it quiet on our pitch and very relaxing.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Emma H wrote a review Jan 2020
11 contributions2 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Me and my fiancé stayed in a lodge here for New Year’s Eve and unfortunately we were disappointed. We aren’t they type to actively complain but we did feel that the lodge and facilities were dated.
The TV was really old. It wasn’t HD so we were unable to use the xbox or watch any of the blu rays we had brought. There was no WiFi available unless you went and sat in the reception, and the hot tub was cold. We asked them to turn the heat up, which they did by turning it up by 1 degree but it made no difference and the jets blew out cold air. There was also a crazy amount of rules in place that just made it feel less relaxed. We’ve stayed at hoseasons lodges before and thoroughly enjoyed our stay but this particular site didn’t compare to others. Finally, you pay £75 as a housekeeping deposit which was fine but when I read our file that you get given on arrival, the cleaner/housekeeper had stated no marks on anything but the carpet in the lounge had several very obvious marks all over it, which I had to raise to avoid being charged for it. That made us feel a bit on edge as there were clearly things wrong in the lodge that weren’t on the list and we were worried about getting charged for these. I think if you’re going to take that deposit the lodge should either be in pristine condition OR any defects should already be noted.
Despite the issues Shrewsbury is a beautiful place to go and visit. There was a lovely bottle of complimentary Prosecco left out for us on arrival which was nice and the gentleman that met us on arrival was very friendly. We just felt that for the price we paid, the facilities were not up to scratch and it could all do with a revamp.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Isabel M wrote a review Jun 2021
Barnsley, United Kingdom4 contributions3 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Do not stay here!!! They will rip you off and then ignore your emails!
Me and my boyfriend stayed in the Wrekin lodge for a week at the end of April, it was our first week away after lockdown so we paid the extra money for a ‘premium’ lodge and we got far from a premium experience.
We paid a £75 security deposit upon check in. When we got home we had a letter stating we would not receive the deposit back as we had broken 2 chairs and a ‘fire proof panel’. The chairs were already broken as they had rusted on the balcony so were not safe to sit on as they were lent back when we sat down. We sat down for 10minutes but it wasn’t comfortable having to sit forward on them so we chose to sit back downstairs. Health and safety regulations clearly state that all balcony furniture must be in a good condition, so this is a clear breach of these regulations. The ‘fire proof panel’ was a piece of plasterboard in the garage that we used to put our bbq on. No where in the welcome guide or on the website did it say no bbq’s allowed as we checked this before bringing it. The panel had the corner cut off in a straight line and was like this when we found it.
We have been charged the security deposit for something which was damaged upon us checking in and the park is now ignoring all emails. Just shows they know they’re in the wrong.
We are not people to complain about minor details however we now wish we was. If we had complained about every minor thing, we would have spent more time in reception than we would have in the actual lodge.
There were multiple things wrong with the lodge: the outside was dirty and looked like it had never been cleaned, there was bits on the carpet and marks on walls but we just put this down to lack of income over the past year. However there were dirty glasses in the cupboards with lipstick on them (sure this is against covid guidelines not to clean them). There was wasps nests on one of the balcony’s so we didn’t use it as my boyfriend is allergic. The bed was like sleeping on stone and they’d got the cheapest of everything they could find in the lodge, even down to the toilet paper. The hot tub was cold, it was actually set at body temperature, when we asked them to turn it up, it was turned up by 0.5degrees. We have stopped in multiple lodges and every single one has had its temperature set at 40 minimum.
Although minor details, to have paid so much money for a relaxing week away and then getting back to been charged a security deposit for something which was already damaged, is infuriating.
We have read other reviews and they have down this to multiple people. It is just another source of income for them.
They have now ignored multiple emails (guess that’s just showing their guilt).
My advice would be to avoid this at all costs.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Peter H wrote a review Sept 2021
Northampton, United Kingdom44 contributions24 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed onsite in our motorhome from 16th-19th September.
On arrival we went to reception and had a friendly welcome, was asked if we wanted a key to the showers which we did and had to pay a £5 deposit for the key! And could only have 1 key ! Find it bizarre that you even need a key on a quiet adults only site! If security is needed surely a key code on the door would be much simpler.
The shower block whilst very clean is very basic and in need of a refurbishment as falls well below the standard experienced on other sites charging the same amount per night.
Our pitch was right buy the lake and was spacious and level, although the water tap is extremely low to the ground.
Overall the site is well managed and well presented.
We decided to make use of the pool and steam room , this was an additional charge of £3 per person cash only !
Now I don't mind paying this but they don't switch on the steam room until someone wants to use it and the pool is not turned on until just before they open as water was cold when we first got in but was warmer when we got out, I'm sorry but the facilities should be switched on and up to temperature in time for when they open.
This is buy no means a bad site but we wouldn't stay here again as there are much better sites for same cost in the area.
If you do stay at this site then a visit to the croft is highly recommended as the food is amazing but booking ahead is essential.

In summary a nice site but lacks that something that makes you want to re-visit.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Timbo3765 wrote a review Sept 2020
Pershore, United Kingdom641 contributions262 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Location looks really nice, you get to it down a long tarmaced drive, a lake appears and all looks well.Considering this site calls itself a quiet 5 star site it's not and it's not the cheapest. Firstly, there is quite some road noise from the nearby A49 and a frequent train line which must have plenty of freight on it. Reception is friendly and has all you need, including the free wifi which is the ONLY place you can get it, pretty poor these days. It pays to pick your pitch carefully, 10A,16A, Electric & Water or Fully Serviced as you will be charged for anything you haven't paid for though pitches are poorly marked. Facilities block was clean and serviced throughout the day. Dammed push button showers took ages to warm up.
The on site Bothy Restaurant has now closed and a much better one has been built by the park entrance called The Croft. Can't find this on TA anywhere but the food was amazing, our Sunday Lunch was perfect, hot, tasty, good portion, served promptly, professionally and with a smile. A highlight of our stay for sure.
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Date of stay: September 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Igor E wrote a review Apr 2022
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Booked through Hoseasons lovely photos on advert .When we turned up was informed £75 security deposit and given a folder with all the rules and regulations for the site.Told where to go Haughmond lodge looked a bit tiered on the outside went inside what a disappointment not like the photos at all No leather 3 piece suites just a cloth covered suites just spotlights in the ceiling nothing warm and cosy The 2 seater sofa was hard to sit on the tv with freeview what a laugh Half the channels did not work needs a signal booster The beds were as hard as rock my partner could not sleep quilt cover was so thin and when you leave you have to strip the bed yourself .Peace and quiet site what a laugh traffic noise from the A49 and constant farm traffic on the road in front of the lodge.no view of lake due to caravans parked in front of lodge Hot tub was useless constant smell of chlorine when cover taken off and not hot In the toilet there was even urine stains under the seat what kind of cleaning had been done ? My partner had a constant feeling of being spied upon while there 5 star not Have stayed in 5 star hotels where you are treated like a human Have even stayed in Pontins and that was slightly better and that is saying something
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Date of stay: March 2022
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Lucinda Evans, Owner at Beaconsfield Holiday Park
Responded 4 Apr 2022
This is exactly what is wrong with tripadvisor! We stopped £40 (dry cleaning of curtains) from their £75 deposit because our lodge absolutely stunk of cigarette smoke. As a result we have not been able to hire it for two weeks and counting. We are now in court proceedings to recover full cost of loss. Funny how this is not mentioned in their comments!
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steve h wrote a review Sept 2022
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
On arrival greeted by a lady in the reception who was not very helpfull. I soon got into a discussion regarding friends visiting for a BBQ. I was told that I could not have a BBQ and I explained that I had a Cadac and it was 3 feet off the ground. She told me they dont allow bbq on the ground, I explained again it was 3 feet off the ground and she said NO unless it had a lid. I explained it did have a lid and I would use the lid. So she agreed but it would cost me £5 per person for the friends to visit so I paid that. £10, little pricey The male toilet block had an odour of sewage coming from a smal drain. We were charged a £5 deposit for one key for the block. The shower block was dated, grimy tiles and mouldy old soap holders full of water and the water was cold for about a minute and only stayed on for 10 seconds at a time! You're not allowed to put up a small rotary line to dry your towels. The pitches are small only just fitting our caravan, suncanopy and car at a push. It would be nice if there was a dedicated path for users from the lower part of the field to the toliet block I got fed up of people working through our pitch when I am eating breakfast or evening meal outside. It was peaceful but we will not be re visisting this site, there are some very good local 5 star sights worthy of that rating.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Anne wrote a review Dec 2021
Plymouth, United Kingdom8 contributions9 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Thought I had booked a site with a swim pool and was prepared to pay the £33 per night low season price. No mention of pool charge on website. Indeed I was charged £3 to use the not particularly warm pool. If I had wanted to have an early swim and a late afternoon swim I was told I would have to pay for each visit. Pool was empty most of the time we are aware and the light had to be put on. One halogen orange light which gave such little light to the room that I felt to be swimming in virtual darkness - not a pleasant experience. The showers were cold - ran them for ages by pushing the button over and over but it never warmed so had to skip the requested pre shower and an after shower to clean my hair. Used my caravan shower. Asked about the steam room which was cold inside. Apparently I needed to ask to use it and it would take 15-20 minutes to heat. Didn’t bother visiting the pool again. I feel it is useful for people to know about the lack of the facility in the price of a stay here.
The Croft restaurant is absolutely great. Food is A1 and nice and handy to walk to along the entrance road. Staff lovely, friendly and accommodating. Lots of off site visitors so you need to book.
We had just stayed in the Forrest of Dean for £15 a night mid week and £25 for weekend nights. We had a small gym, lovely 3 part leisure pool with two jacuzzi pools, fabulous Forrest walks adjacent etc so possibly feeling bitten by Beaconsfield. I would have really enjoyed a couple of warm, illuminated swims with a warm shower followed by a relaxing steam.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Ian S
Rugby, United Kingdom822 contributions260 helpful votes
I don’t think you can take dogs into the restaurant but, if the weather is ok, then there is outside seating and I’d expect that to be fine for dogs.
Kimberley7219 asked a question Sept 2020
11 contributions3 helpful votes
Hi is the kitchen in the chestnut lodge fully equipt
jay asked a question Sept 2017
Anglesey, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
Can I get a Chinese takeaway delivery here?
Answer from Barneys Mum S
Minehead, United Kingdom74 contributions29 helpful votes
I doubt it, it's some distance from the town. However I can highly recommend the restaurant on the str, fabulous food, and good value.
Answer from Lindsay-Jane G
Southwick, United Kingdom97 contributions28 helpful votes
As the others have said I didn't have any worries with phones in the lodge but wi if is only in the coffee shop X
Neil P wrote a tip Sept 2023
1 contribution1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Shrewsbury is fantastic but find somewhere else to stay"
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nik w wrote a tip Apr 2023
Birmingham, United Kingdom3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"check the reviews before you book"
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Bridget864 wrote a tip Sept 2022
Manchester, United Kingdom167 contributions60 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The touring part of the park is adults only"
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David G wrote a tip Apr 2022
Bedar, Spain33 contributions56 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Village pub, store and bus service a pleasant 1 mile stroll away with hourly service to and from Shrewsbury. "
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cranhamrebecca wrote a tip Sept 2021
Nottingham, United Kingdom365 contributions44 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take a towel if having a hot tub. Book in at the Croft."
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PRICE RANGE
£149 - £248 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
beaconsfield holiday park hotel upper battlefield
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandShropshireUpper Battlefield
NUMBER OF ROOMS
12
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Frequently Asked Questions about Beaconsfield Holiday Park
What are some of the property amenities at Beaconsfield Holiday Park?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Beaconsfield Holiday Park?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Beaconsfield Holiday Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Beaconsfield Holiday Park?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Beaconsfield Holiday Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.