Robin Bebb welcomes you to his new Touring Caravan Park in which he has created a wonderful haven for visitors to escape from their busy lives and get back to the wonders of nature.
The Park is set in the small hamlet of The Newnes, where Robins family have farmed for seven generations, over 150 years. The Newnes dates back to Medieval times and gets its name from when King Edward II is said to have placed some new people on the property formerly occupied by displaced Welsh Rebels. The origin of these people is unknown, but they were referred to as the neow-ones (old English Neowe=new), hence the name Newnes.
Just sit back and enjoy the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside or take advantage of the network of footpaths that take you into the heart of the market town of Ellesmere the birthplace of the Llangollen Canal, built by Thomas Telford. Ellesmere is surrounded by circular walks and woodlands and is a nature lovers paradise with its nine glacial meres.
Old Oswestry Hill Fort Oswestry Transport Museum - www.cambrian-railways-soc.co.uk Erddig Hall and Park Attingham Park - www.nationaltrust.org.uk Hawkstone Follies - www.hawkstone.co.uk Llanrhaedr Waterfall Chirk Aquaduct and Viaduct and Tunnel Pontaysltte Aquaduct Ironbridge Chester Zoo - chesterzoo.org Kynaston Cave, Nescliffe Wroxeter Roman City Llangollen Canal Horse drawn Boat Centre Narrow Boat Day Hire Bangor Races Hodnet Hall Gardens Snowdonia
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