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Lady Margarets Park Caravan Club Site
Lady Margarets Park
Chirk
Wrexham   (Browse area)
LL14 5AA   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01691 777200

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Pitches: 103
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 62 Reviews
              9/10 from 62 Reviews


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Date of Visit: July 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Madam 11 reviews from this member

We stayed here for two nights as part of a tour of Wales. It was a beautiful little site. Site access was easy for all vehicle sizes and the pitches were a decent size. Toilet block was a little dated but clean. Site was well kept with a little play area in the middle for young children and the wardens were friendly. Bizarrely, considering the place is running wild with rabbits and squirrels, we met 7 other lurchers whilst out walking with our 2 lurchers. Funny how we all ended up on a site with so many things for them to want to chase. But it just made for a talking point and got us laughing about it. The wildlife certainly did not cause any other problems, just a source of entertainment out of our caravan window. Considering we had just been to another area of Wales that really did have terrible TV reception this site held the TV reception much better than the previous site and WiFi was perfect if you paid for it. There were so many things to see in the locality we could not fit it all in in such a short stay so would love to return but we drove through Llangollen which looked beautiful with its bunting covered streets, boat trips and steam train and the aqueduct walk. Chirk itself has a few shops and a little tearoom. We did, however, walk to Chirk Castle from the site which was direct access onto the Castle grounds from just outside the site entrance. It was a wonderful walk and we managed a 5 mile walk around the perimeter of the castle without having to pay any admission fee. It would have been nice if we could have got access to the castle tearooms but you had to pay access to the castle and walled gardens to get to them and, obviously with dogs that are not allowed in any further than the tearoom, that was not really an option. All in all a lovely little site and we would love to return to explore the area more in the future.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Mondeocort 9 reviews from this member

A lovely hidden gem of a caravan club site. A real mix of Park Coppice, Coniston and Wharfdale, Grassington. The site was clean and tidy and very busy at all times. The wardens were extremely friendly, knowledgeable about the area and very hard working. The pitches nearest the reception area were spacious both hard standing and grass. The 2 areas under tree cover were quite dark. The area around the end furthest away from entrance in my opinion was a little tight between pitches, 1 or 2 less pitches would make the area look less overcrowded when site is near to full capacity. The toilet / shower facitlities are dated but extremely clean whenever I needed to visit. There is a very user friendly information room with leaflets about various attractions in the area and also literature about the many eating establishments from pubs, restaurants and takeaways. I also love the book exchange. Most CC sites have them and I find them invaluable for when I have finished reading my latest. I do about a book a day and always leave them for someone else to read. A basic shop in reception provides adequate if not a little over-priced essentials. Lots of wild life on site, rabbits and squirrels, dogs with the 'chase' instinct need to be kept close. We will definitely visit again, easy to get to, no need to be in and out of the car all the time, loads of walks in area and places of historic interest. Small play area on site for children which I cannot comment on as we do not have children with us but the site is also on the Geocaching trail.

Date of Visit: January 2015 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: All41 4 reviews from this member

Stayed at this caravan club site. It was ok. Seemed to have a problem with the drainage as you put water down the hole and it would appear in a new one around the toilet block, seemed to have a blockage somewhere. The facilities are a little dated but clean. Plenty of space and a little castle for kids to play. Good dog walking area. Site seems to be in a good location for chirk and also Llangollen aquaduct.

Date of Visit: July 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Santa cruz 18 reviews from this member

Just had 8 glorious, dry and sunny days at this site. Good weather always makes places seem better when camping and caravaning but this site is just great and the weather only a bonus. That said very hard to say something that has not been said before.

Such a lot to see and do; Canal walks, view the Chirk aqueduct and walk over it. Visit to Chirk Castle (£10. 40) per adult at time of writing, no charge if you are in the National Trust. Eating and drinking; well not impressed with either of the pubs in the centre of town, 'The Hand' and another I forget the name of. The 'Bridge' however down the hill on the road to Oswestry has a good pint and excellent food. The butchers opposite the Spar mini supermarket is to write home for and not just beef and lamb but superb home made cakes pies, sauceage rolls etc.

Allin all highly recommended, the site itself is excellent, read the comments of that from others and as others have said before so much to see and do. If Chirk itself is not enough (and it is) as a destination, Llangollen with all it's things to see and do is just down the road ( 6 miles). Unfortunately for Llangollan it doen't have a caravan site worth much in the way of praise. Unlike Chirk :)

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Kernow Camper 130 reviews from this member

This was our second visit to this beautiful campsite set in a wooded part of the Chirk castle estate.

We were greeted by friendly wardens and were booked in quickly and efficiently. We chose a pitch in Primrose Dell amongst the trees and spent our two days enjoying the wildlife on site.

The central toilet/shower block was spotless at all times and never busy even though it was a weekend. Plenty of water points, bins and an under-cover washing up area. Handy little information room too.

The beauty of Chirk, for us, is there is so much to do straight from the site, from Chirk Castle (stunning on a sunny day), the Chirk aqueduct, Llangollen canal and the town itself. Everything you need right on your doorstep.

Date of Visit: May 2014 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: WWLL 37 reviews from this member

Visited Lady Margarets Park during a tour of Wales and one of the first Caravan Club sites, this is a lovely site and we were lucky enough to stay when the bluebells were in flower. The wardens were all friendly, the facilities were warm and all working, tv reception was good. Our pitch in Primrose dell was lovely and quiet, with walks into the woods cut directly from the site. Chirk is a friendly town, with the castle and all usual town facilities within walking distance.

Hope to visit again soon.

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