Brookside Leisure Park in Oswestry

Welcome to Brookside Leisure Park in Bron-y-Garth, Oswestry offering a choice of 4 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Brookside Leisure Park including Brookside Leisure Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Brookside Leisure Park online securely. Brookside Leisure Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Oswestry or Shropshire.

Set in secluded grounds within the Shropshire border with Wales, this small park boasts fantastic views of Chirk Castle. Brookside Leisure Park boasts an indoor heated pool, sauna, tennis court, squash courts and gym with spectacular views of Thomas Telford’s famous aqueduct and with the local area offering wonderful walks, pubs and shops within 1½ miles this is the perfect base for a unique family getaway. Outdoor hot tub.

Choose from two and three bedroom lodges.

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • TV with freesat/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher and washing machine
  • Bath and shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Double glazed
  • Heated throughout
  • Electricity by meter reading
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Pets £49 per week or £39 per short break each (max 1) (in specific lodges only)

All guests to Brookside Leisure Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Wifi Internet
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Single Sex Parties Welcome
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Under 25 Parties Welcome
  • Hot Tub
  • Pet(s) Allowed
  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi

Accommodation at Brookside Leisure Park

Copper Beech Lodge (Lodge)

Cooper Beech Lodge

Very comfortable lodge with one double with ensuite shower and two twin. Spa bath with overhead shower.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Tulip Tree Lodge (Lodge)

Tulip Tree Lodge

Beautifully decorated lodge overlooking the stunning Ceirog valley and ancient Chirk Castle. Master bedroom with king size double with ensuite shower and Juliette balcony overlooking the gardens. One double and one twin. Large open plan dining area with fully equipped kitchen. Family bathroom with roll-in shower. Tulip Tree Lodge has wheelchair access suitable for parties including visitors with partial disabilities – please check when booking. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Wheelchair Adapted

Redwood Boutique Lodge (Lodge)

Redwood Boutique Lodge

Boutique lodge with one king size four poster with TV/DVD and one twin. Spa bath with overhead shower. Lodge has ramp access.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Non Smoking

Holly Tree Lodge (Lodge)

Holly Tree Lodge

Lodge with one double and one twin. Spa bath with overhead shower. Lodge has ramp access.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

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Reviews

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Rated 1 out of 5 by Sharon Mccann on 5th January 2019

Paid to stay in this antiquated lodge walked in walked out no central heatin, dated, smelt.overal outraged. It's not even worth a star 😤

Rated 2 out of 5 by Kim Ley on 3rd October 2018

The view was amazing but unfortunately the lodge itself although a good size needs some tlc . The ensuite shower was not hot and the other shower was very temperamental the floor when showering left a puddle it’s not got very good drainage so for ages after the floor was soaking wet. The hot tub was not very clean hence I only went in it once it was dangerous getting in and out of it no steps to get in and it’s quite high it also gets very slippery under foot. It was cold on Saturday night so couldn’t use it at all tried to phone owner but no reply. Very narrow lane to get to the lodge Wouldnt entertain going in the swimming pool needs lots of maintenance and tlc again. Shame it’s in a lovely place very scenic but needs cleaning up

Rated 1 out of 5 by Mark Dobson on 20th December 2017

Very very run down and extremely disappointed with service. No contact with any management only through text messages. Lamps broken, headboards not attached, every spring in the beds could be felt, terrible pillows, lighting in cabin very poor, furniture old and uncomfortable, showers not working, no steps to hot tub, no outdoor lighting by hot tub at all - over £400 for three nights and to top it off at the end we were asked for £25 for electricity !!!! Never again.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Michael O'Mahony on 5th January 2019

Rated 5 out of 5 by Emily Gordon on 22nd February 2018

Things to do near Brookside Leisure Park

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Mynydd Hiraethog and Denbigh Moors Footpath Network, Pentrefoelas - 22.6 Miles away

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Coed Shed Circular, Groes - 23.8 Miles away

This short circular walk runs from the village of Groes through to the ancient woodland of Coed Shed which is rich in wildlife. This easy walk through wooded areas and country lanes takes just over an hour to complete.

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Guided Tour of Shropshire, Picklescott - 25.3 Miles away

Fantastic guided walking and driving tours discovering the many delights of Shopshire's beautiful landscapes.

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Delamere Forest Walkways, Northwich - 27.1 Miles away

The Forest has 6 paths to choose from, which are ideal for walking or biking. Many of the routes are easy and have appropriate access for the less able and small children.

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Kerry Ridgeway, Newtown - 29.6 Miles away

A lovely route of about 15 miles encompassing some beautiful countryside and fascinating historical landmarks. The ridgeway follows a gentle trail which is perfect for cyclists, hikers and horse riders alike. Its line can be traced back as far as the Iron Age and along the route visitors can spot Bronze Age burials and remains.

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The Sandstone Trail, Cheshire - 29.8 Miles away

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The Cock O'Barton, Chester - 15.5 Miles away

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We Three Loggerheads, Denbighshire - 16.6 Miles away

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Caffi Florence, Loggerheads - 16.6 Miles away

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Celyn Farmers Market , Cely - 16.9 Miles away

At this farmers market visitors can buy cider made with Welsh apples and also cheese, olive oil, honey and yogurt. There are also handmade leather items, seasonal cards and needlecraft on sale. 8 producers from the Celyn Farmers Market have even appeared on the BBC2's 'Ready Steady Cook' show.

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Llindir Inn, Henllan - 24.6 Miles away

This 13th century thatched pub serves good food and welcomes families and walkers.

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The Boat House, Neston - 26 Miles away

Unique pub restaurant beautifully nestled within the RSPB nature reserve. Specialising in fish and shellfish the lunch and main course menus are both outstanding. Also, offers a wide selection of real ales and fine wines.

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The Devon Doorway, Wirral - 27.6 Miles away

Beautiful pub restaurant perfect for your dining/drinking experience. It offers all the traditional 'pub grub' food such as steaks and fish and chips all lovingly prepared by the chef. Accompany your meal with a pint of cask ale or glass of fine wine.

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Sheldrakes, Wirral - 27.8 Miles away

For a perfect evening suitable for all, a visit to Seldrakes is a must. Whether you love delicious a la carte food, a mouth-watering Sunday carvery or simply a drink or two whilst watching live entertainment this is for you. Also offers fantastic wedding packages.

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Brigands Inn, Mallwyd - 29.5 Miles away

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Coed Llandegla Forest, Llandegla - 9.9 Miles away

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The Clwydian Range , Clwyd - 16.6 Miles away

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Attingham Park , Shrewsbury - 24.1 Miles away

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Ness Botanic Gardens, Neston - 24.2 Miles away

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Eastham Country Park, Eastham - 27.7 Miles away

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Stapeley Water Gardens, Nantwich - 28.8 Miles away

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The Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, Welshpool - 21.3 Miles away

Enjoy a relaxing day out in the country. Travel by steam train through the beautiful Banwy Valley. Don't miss the very popular tearooms serving homemade cakes.

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Chester Zoo, Chester - 22.6 Miles away

There are over 7000 animals to see here, some of which are endangered species. Chester Zoo is an all year round attraction and offers a restaurant and cafe.

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Blue Planet Aquarium , Ellesmere Port - 24.8 Miles away

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Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, South Wirral - 25 Miles away

Retail therapy lovers with an eye for designer labels will adore this outlet. With up to 60% discount on lots of collections there are savings to be made for every shopper. There are also lots of cafes and restaurants available when your tummy starts to rumble!

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Meirion Mill Woollen Centre , Dinas Mawddwy - 29 Miles away

Visit Meirion Mill, for a unique and welcoming shopping experience, or just to sit back and enjoy a cuppa in their coffee shop. Take time out to relax among the dramatic Welsh landscape.

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Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom, Shropshire - 29.3 Miles away

There is always something happening at Hoo Farm for all the kids to enjoy – see and feed the animals, make pottery, play in the gardens, the possibilities are endless.

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The Powysland Museum, Welshpool - 18.5 Miles away

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Powis Castle, Welshpool - 19.1 Miles away

Home to the Herbert family, this medieval castle sits high above some world famous gardens. It's home to a beautiful collection of treasures from India as well as one of the finest collections of paintings and furniture in Wales. (Wheelchair access to ground floor only)

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Roman Tours, Chester - 20.3 Miles away

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Beeston Castle, Cheshire - 21.6 Miles away

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Acton Burnell Castle, Shrewsbury - 24.7 Miles away

Now ruined, this once fortified manor house was built between 1284 and 1293 by Robert Burnell, the Chancellor of England. He was said to be a good friend of King Edward I. This relationship meant that the castle had a very special purpose in British politics at this time. Legend has it that the first Parliament in which all the Commons were fully represented took place here in 1283.

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Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, Holywell - 24.7 Miles away

This park offers a museum with an attractive collection of original and reconstructed local buildings including a 16th century farmhouse. There is also an indoor activity area, adventure play area and a host of farmyard animals.

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National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire - 26.5 Miles away

Spend some time at the blacksmith's forge and then visit the pump house, stables and power hall. Visitors can learn how to build a boat and discover how the canal workers’ lives have changed over time along Porter’s Row. Take a boat trip along the canal and uncover the intriguing history of the Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal.

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St Asaph Cathedral, St Asaph - 27.4 Miles away

The building of this cathedral commenced in the 13th century and today it is reputed to be the smallest ancient cathedral in Great Britain. Many visitors say that this cathedral is a true hidden gem.

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Bodelwyddan Castle, Denbighshire - 29.2 Miles away

This historic house is set in 260 acres of parkland and boasts a museum and formal gardens. Visitors can get their photo taken dressed in Victorian costume and visit practice trenches from World War I.

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Port Sunlight Museum & Garden Village, Wirral - 30 Miles away

For the ultimate Victorian garden village experience visit Port Sunlight. Built by William Hesketh Lever as homes for his soap factory workers prepare to be astounded at his fabulous buildings. Pop into the museum and discover tales of former residents and view some household artefacts.

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Coed Trellyniau, Rhewl - 17.6 Miles away

Coed Trellyniau is an ancient woodland - among the last natural remnants of an ancient oak and ash forest which becomes covered with bluebells in the spring months.

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Gors Maen Llwyd, Llyn Brenig - 20.6 Miles away

Gors Maen Llwyd Nature Reserve is a heather moorland offering diverse habitats for wildlife including a plethora of bird species. The moorland is one of the Wildlife Trust's largest nature reserves on the northern shores of Llyn Brenig.

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Springhill Farm, Oswestry, Shropshire - 3.9 Miles away

Springhill Farm are riding stables located set in a stunning location. They offer treks and hacks for all ages and abilities, and also cycle hire and archers for those not wanting to ride.

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Mold Golf Club, Mold - 17 Miles away

Mold Golf Club boasts an 18 hole uplands course, offering extensive views of the Clwyd Hills, Cheshire and the Peak District. Facilities include a practice ground, putting green and club house.

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Welshpool Golf Club, Welshpool - 19.4 Miles away

Designed by the veteran champion James Braid, this course caters for all abilities. You'll be taken back by the breathtaking scenery that surrounds this course including the giant mountain peak of Snowdonia. There's a bar and restaurant in which to relax after a round of golf.

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Bala Adventure and Watersports Centre, Bala - 21.5 Miles away

Set amongst spectacular mountainous scenery Bala is the largest natural lake in Wales. This 4.5 mile long lake is popular for sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. Mountain biking, rock climbing and archery are among the non-water based activities on offer here.

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Llyn Brenig, Alwen - 21.8 Miles away

Llyn Brenig Sailing Club welcomes all ages and abilities. Located at a premier fishing reservoir and nature reserve, the sailing club is in a beautiful setting and has a full summer and winter sailing programme.

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Go Ape, Northwich - 27.1 Miles away

A fun-packed action day out, with obstacle courses in the trees, rope bridges, wooden tunnels and some of the country’s best zip lines. Explore the forest canopy as you swing through the trees in this exciting adventure. An adrenalin fuelled, treetop trek with stunning views of Lake Linmere.

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Heswall Golf course, Wirral - 27.1 Miles away

Experience the tranquillity of this 18 hole parkland course. As you take your shot from each hole admire the beautiful views of the Welsh hills and take a minute to listen to birdsong from the nearby RSPB bird sanctuary. Relax in the pleasant surroundings of the club and talk about your game.

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Frodsham Golf Course, Frodsham - 28.8 Miles away

Host to both professional and amateur events, this 130 acre course in rural Cheshire is a wonderful venue for a game of golf. Featuring an excellent Club House, with restaurant and bar it is also a lovely place to relax.

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Brackenwood Golf course, Wirral - 29.5 Miles away

Originally a 9 hole course dating back to 1885 this club is packed with history. The fairways were used in the Second World War for vegetables and the course was re-established in 1946 and made into an 18 hole course in the 70's. Fabulous course which will challenge every golfer.

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Ustrike Newton, Newton - 29.9 Miles away

Freshen up your bowling skills and enjoy an evening at Ustrike - the only ten-pin bowling centre in Mid Wales! If you get a bit hungry or thirsty, a bar and dining area is also available.

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Royal International Pavilion, Llangollen - 4.9 Miles away

Dance, opera, world music, comedy, food and drink - you can enjoy all of these and more at the Royal International Pavilion in Llangollen, North Wales. This is a venue for theatre as well as exhibitions and concerts.

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Mold , Mold - 17 Miles away

Visitors can take the Mold Town Trail or the Flintshire Leisure Drive and discover stately homes, ancient monuments and stunning rural scenery. Alternatively, visitors can spend the day shopping or watching a film at the Clwyd Theatr Cymru. The town of Mold is only 3 miles away from The Clwydian Range, a designated Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

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Chester , Chester - 20.1 Miles away

Shopping, rolling countryside, racecourse and of course the zoo are just a handful of attractions available in Chester. There are also many pubs and restaurants and beautiful gardens. So take a trip to Chester, you will not be disappointed.

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The Parade Shopping Centre, Shrewsbury - 20.5 Miles away

Shopping centre with a difference, 30 unique shops in a Grade II listed Greek Renaissance style building in the heart of Shrewsbury.

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Tarporley, Tarporley - 23.4 Miles away

Enjoy some great shopping, mixing antiques, high street fashion and curiosities. Explore the many tasty places to eat and seek out nearby attractions such as castles, markets, golfing, horse riding, fishing and arts and crafts centres.

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Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet , Ellesmere Port, South Wirral - 25 Miles away

Hit the shops in the UK’s largest designer outlet village. With a large variety of shops to browse and some great deals to snatch, this is the perfect shopping centre for those wishing to indulge in a little retail therapy.

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Parkgate, Parkgate - 25.7 Miles away

A coastal village, boasting impressive salt marshes, wonderful local bird-life and lovely views. Treat yourself to some delicious seafood including shrimps and cockles, before enjoying some tasty local ice cream.

Location: Parkgate

Blakemere Craft Centre , Northwich - 29.3 Miles away

Indulge yourself in a little retail therapy at this lovely craft centre. Explore over 30 shops in a charming setting, selling everything from handmade chocolates to fine art. Admire craftsmen plying their trade in and amongst the little shops, visit the Tropical Garden Centre and the Aquatic and Falconry centre, before having a bite to eat at the great restaurant.

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Frodsham, Frodsham - 29.7 Miles away

Boasting a fascinating medieval history, the town offers a huge variety of pubs, restaurants, bars and take-aways as well as some lovely shops in the centre. Within the local church, St.Laurence’s, evidence still remains of a 12th century structure; a listing for which can be found in the Doomsday Book.

Location: Frodsham