Pearl Lake Leisure Park
Campsite & Caravan Site: 6095 Herefordshire

Swan on the small lake

Enjoy England:   5 star
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A family run park set in 80 acres of rolling parkland (part of the former Shobdon Court Estate), surrounded by beautiful countryside with plenty of space to escape and relax. The park has extensive leisure facilities for you to enjoy, all of which are exclusive to our customers.

We have 15 touring pitches, 13 of which are level hard standings with grass for your awning with two grass pitches for tents. All the pitches are full service pitches with individual 16amp electricity, cabled t.v.ariel, water and waste water points. Please note the touring area is situated close to the B road so consider this if you are using a tent.

The Modern and heated toilet and shower facilities are situated adjacent to the pitches and include mens and ladies toilets and showers, with a cubicle for disabled visitors, a chemical disposal point, a laundry including washing machines and dryers, iron and ironing board and a baby changing station.

The Park has been awarded a 5 star rating by the Tourist Board and we recently won caravan Park of the Year Award, of which the whole team are very proud and we look forward to showing you all we have to offer.

Our golf course is 9 hole, 2200 yards with 3 par 3's, 5 par 4's,and 1 par 5. The longest hole is over 400 yards and the course is ideal for both those who have just taken up golf or the more experienced golfer.

Fishing on pearl lake's 15 acre lake offers something for every angler. There are many Perch that are ideal for the young fisherman
or the beginner, Roach, Tench, Pike and Carp. Touring customers can use these facilities for a small charge.

The Crown bowling green is somewhere you can relax and wile away summer evenings. The green has "character" and can be quite challenging.

We have a large woodland with many paths. If you are quiet you might see one of the deer that come down out of Mortimer Forest, or much of the other wildlife that are around, such as rabbits, squirrels and many birds, including the pair of swans and their cygnets. The walks are relatively flat and provide pleasent walking for everyone (including dog owners).

There is a children's play area next to the on-site Lakeside Bar and Restaurant. This has recently been refurbished and is run by Dave and Jean Sturland. It is open at week-ends and also mid week during the Easter, Whitsun and school summer holidays.

On Bank Holidays and other occassional times there is entertainement provided, such as a local duo or group.

Shobdon village has an award winning Post Office and Stores and a village pub.

  • Fishing on the 15 acre Lake.
  • 9 Hole golf course.

Crown Bowls
Crown Bowls
Woodland walk
Woodland walk

Area:   80 acres
Pitches:   15
Hardstandings:   13
Statics:   200
Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: cafe / restaurant, bar, chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, children's play area

Pets are welcome.

From Leominster take the A44 towards Kington, turn right onto the A4110 through Kingsland. At Mortimers Cross, at the side of the pub of that name turn left onto B4362 through Shobdon village. We are situated on the right just out of the village.
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Pricing and Opening Times
Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn.

Minimum in Low Season: £15.00 per night.
Maximum in High Season: £20.00 per night.
Prices are for two people and include electricity, water and waste water, showers.

Open from 1st March to 30th November.

Awards and Accolades
David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award
Heart Of England Gold Award
Enjoy England Silver Award for Excellence

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