Touring Caravan and Holiday Home Parks

Ludlow, South Shropshire

Ludlow’s luxury static holiday home development welcomes couples and families looking for a tranquil retreat. It is a place to enjoy your holidays and create those everlasting memories. As a development of the existing holiday park, static caravan owners can benefit from the quality on-site facilities including the shop, full-site security, laundry room, playpark and secured dog walk. Another bonus is the regular bus service from the park calling in to Ludlow and Leominster with connecting services to Hereford and other areas of Shropshire.

The landscaped park sits on the banks of the River Teme, overlooking the rolling hills of the idyllic Shropshire countryside and neighbouring the Welsh border. It is conveniently located just 2 miles out of Ludlow, a thriving market town, famous for its lively markets, food fairs, speciality food shops and more restaurants and inns than you can count. With over 500 listed buildings, mainly Georgian or half-timbered, Ludlow is a feast for the eyes all year round.

The park offers an array of static holiday homes to suit different tastes and budgets, combined with a perfect rural location and with local facilities close at hand. These static caravans are perfect to accommodate couples and families looking for a holiday home or property in the West Midlands region. Models for sale include a range of ABI, Swift, Atlas, Willerby and Carnaby homes.

 

2017 Annual Site Fees start from £2577.95 including rent and rates.
Season Dates: 16th March - 7th January

Facilities

The site offers the following on-site facilities:

  • Full site security

  • Wifi available

  • Dogs welcome

  • Shop

  • Fully equipped laundry

  • Childrens play area

  • Dish washing room

  • Park Managers located on site

  • Secure dog walk on park

  • Bus service

  • On-pitch parking

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Local Attractions

Ludlow Castle

The Castle, firstly a Norman Fortress, is one of finest of medieval ruins. It has been extended over the centuries to become a fortified Royal Palace and has ensured Ludlow's place in English history.

The Castle hosts a Shop, Gallery and Art Room and a Tea Room Courtyard. Dogs are allowed in the Castle and Tea Room as long as they remain on the lead.