Savills | AA Five Pennant Gold adults only touring caravan park in Shropshire, Bridgnorth | Property for sale
12.37 Ac(5.01 Ha)
Offers over £1,700,000

AA Five Pennant Gold adults only touring caravan park in ShropshireBridgnorth

  • Freehold

Key features

  • Planning permission for 50 touring caravan/motorhome pitches and 64 storage bays
  • Site Licence period 12 months
  • Developed with 50 ‘super’ pitches and two storage areas
  • Modern and well-appointed two bedroom cottage
  • Reception and office
  • Visitor parking and three pull-in caravan bays
  • Two amenity blocks, one with laundry
  • The Three Horseshoes public house with ancillary facilities and accommodation
  • All in approximately 12.37 acres (5 hectares)

AA Five Pennant Gold adults only touring caravan park and public house situated in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

About this property

  • The property was acquired by the current owners in 2010 as a public house with adjoining land and have since developed the touring caravan park, which they have operated for the past ten seasons. The high standard of development and good reputation has resulted in the park receiving a multitude of awards to include the highly coveted AA Five Pennant Gold award, the most improved campsite of the year in 2017-2018 (Caravan and Camping Awards), Top 100 site finalist in 2021 and Winner of the Campsite of the Year – Heart of England for 2021-2022. The business has established itself as a highly profitable adults only touring caravan park and is a member of Tranquil Parks. The adjoining public house is popular with the park visitors, contributing to the strong occupancy levels.

Local information

  • The park is situated in the village of Wheathill between the towns of Ludlow and Bridgnorth in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. The area is well known for its scenic countryside, being close to the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and historic places of interest.
  • The park is well located to attract visitors from the nearby and densely populated conurbations of the West Midlands to enjoy local activities such as walking, horse riding, cycling and climbing. Steeped in medieval history, Ludlow draws visitors for its lively community atmosphere with events and festivals throughout the year. The park is situated on the B4364 Bridgnorth to Ludlow road, 2 miles south of Burwarton and is situated on the saddle between Brown Clee and Titterstone Clee Hills at an altitude of over 1,000 ft providing far reaching countryside views.