Lady Margaret's Park Caravan Club Site (REF : LMP)

Chirk, Wrexham, Wrexham, LL14 5AA, Wales

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Lady Margaret's Park Club Site boasts a range of pitches that are located in intimate tree-shaded glades and in open grassed areas. A pretty wooded parkland caravan site, the area is adjacent to the grounds of Chirk Castle in the heart of Marcher country. The castle remains the last Edward I Welsh castle still lived in today and features the award-winning gardens with thatched 'Hawk House', shrub garden, lime tree avenue and yew topiary. There are plenty of walks to enjoy in the local area and also a lovely dog walk from the site.

There are several historic houses and castles to visit that are characteristic of Chirk and located right on the doorstep of Lady Margaret's Park Club Site. Further afield there are opportunities to explore the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty such as Ceiriog Valley, the Berwyn Mountains and Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest waterfall in Wales. At Llangollen, train enthusiasts can view the scenic Dee Valley by steam train or by canal boat providing a momentary rest. You might also consider a visit to the National Trust property, Erddig, reported to be one of Britain's finest historic houses. After a hard day's sightseeing, you will find a selection of restaurants in the area offering incredibly good value and quality.

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: poor
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Silver

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Walking notes:

The Offa’s Dyke Way follows the English/Welsh border for 177 miles alongside the 8th Century Offa’s Dyke, offering amazing opportunities to see native wildlife. Also, marked walks along the Ceiriog Valley start from Chirk.

Supermarket notes:
The closest is the Co-op in Chirk, about 1 mile from the site.

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Directions

From North: turn right off A483 (Wrexham-Oswestry) at the roundabout 8 miles past Wrexham onto the A5. At the next roundabout turn left onto B5070 (signposted Chirk). In 1.5 miles at the War Memorial in the centre of town (opposite Hand Hotel) turn right. In 0.5 mile (350 yards over railway bridge) turn left before ornamental gates (Chirk Castle) into private road. From South: turn off A5 at the Lord Moreton roundabout; take the second exit onto the B5070 Chirk Road and turn left at War Memorial in Chirk. Then follow the instructions above.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
LL14 5AA
GPS:
Lat 52.92975 / Lon -3.06899
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OS field ref:
SJ282375
OS map ref:
126
Handbook map ref:
F7

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Llangollen and Wrexham
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest park and ride: Shrewsbury
  • Nearest train station: Chirk
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Peaceful and Enjoyable break

We have just returned from an amazing weekend at Lady Margarets site, plenty of walking with the dogs and sitting listening to the birds, whilst watching the rabbits bopping along. Amazing walks from the site, one is along the Canal side where there is a barge selling drinks and snacks, others are through the grounds of Chirk castle walking along side sheep and horses roaming free, very surreal when you have two sheepdogs. This site is a little break from reality. I have noticed some people mentioning the toilets etc, sorry but going to the site, I have no intention of sitting in the toilets, as long as they work and are clean... which they where, whats the issue, its the site and the surroundings that we commend and these where amazing. The wardens welcomed us warmly and where so helpful, which is another little tick in our book. Cannot wait to return again to this site
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Lovely holiday site

1st time at chirk, lovely site well maintained clean and tidy, couldn’t fault it. The only problem my wife and myself had was the shower water pressure was terrible , not worth bothering with. I could run faster than the flow coming out of the end of the shower head. It needs sorting out . Perhaps they are on a meter and don’t want use to much water ?. The prices we pay we should be a least to have a decent shower, never had this problem at any other caravan and motor home sites in the rest of the country.

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We have stayed many times on this site as it is close to our twin granddaughters in Ruabon. Can't think of one negative point, but can only speak as adults with no children on site so basing my 'good for families' on opinions of the site as a whole. It is also well situated to visit many places of interest locally and further afield, eg. Chester area (zoo well worth a visit). We also went to Alton Towers from there. Yes, the toilet block may be a bit dated, but then so are many on other sites around the UK. They are always spotlessly clean, except the last day on our last visit, but that was guests who had obviously used the showers, not mopped up after themselves and judging by the water all over the floor had either walked out dripping wet or had a water fight! However, that is not the fault of the team running the site. They are always pleasant and very welcoming. We will be booking in the next few days to go back in December for our Christmas visit to the twins.
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A very popular site nicely laid out although a bit crowded in one area and peacefully in others. We were lucky to have a large,flat open pitch with a good TV signal although the WiFi was a bit slow at times. Facilities were fine although a bit dated and could do with refurbishment. I'm told the water pressure can be low but it was fine on our visit. Nice walk to the Chirk Aqueduct were you can cross from Wales to England in a couple of minutes. Also worth a visit are Pontycysyllte aqueduct and the Llangollen steam railway. Lovely wardens.
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Beautiful site

We stayed here for the first time in July 2019 for 7 nights. What a lovely peaceful place surrounded by nature. The site was beautifully kept by the wardens but the toilet/shower facilities could do with updating as they are showing their age. There are numerous lovely walks straight from the site including along the canal and around the grounds of Chirk castle. We shall certainly go again.

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01691 777200