Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park, Cheshire

Lady Heyes
  • Location and surroundings
  • Facilities available - even a dog shower!
  • Pricing and value for money
  • Access for larger vans
4.9

Summary

A new site with good all round facilities.

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Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park was opened in June 2011 and so I was amongst some of the first visitors to the site. Located just over three miles from junction 12 of the M56 motorway, Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park offers guests a base from which to explore the local area or maybe even serve as a convenient overnight stop for those travelling from the north to the busy ferry port at Holyhead. Local attractions include the heritage city of Chester, Chester Zoo, Knowsley Safari Park, Delamere Forest and also the treetop adventure, “Go-Ape”.

Next door to Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park is Lady Heyes Crafts & Antiques Centre where a range of independent retailers offer a  selection of products and services. Details of the retail facilities at Lady Heyes Crafts & Antiques Centre can be found here.

Nearby Frodsham is a market town just under two miles away. I enjoyed a pleasant stroll into Frodsham and this steady walk took me about thirty minutes, walking along a route with a pavement. There is a bus stop close to the site entrance and buses run between Frodsham and Northwich. This local bus service is operated by GHA Coaches and runs as the “number 48”. A selection of high street names and local retailers are present in Frodsham town centre and there is also a Morrisons supermarket.

On site facilities at Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park

  • Ultra modern shower/amenity block
  • Dog wash
  • Pot wash area
  • Laundry
  • Chemical disposal point
  • WiFi (charge payable)
  • On site restaurant
  • Adjacent to Lady Heyes Crafts and Antiques Centre
  • Hard stands with 16 amp hook up
  • Hard stands with fresh and grey water connection

 

Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park toilet block

Modern toilet and shower block

Guests staying at the Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park may choose to visit the on site bistro – known as “Jenkinsons”. “Jenkinsons” offers snacks, meals or just a drink. “Jenkinsons” is fully licensed.

An electronic card is required to operate the security barrier. A £5.00 deposit is required for the pass and this is refundable upon check out.

On site entertainment is planned from time to time. Last weekend for example there was a bouncy castle on site.

Some pitches offer far-reaching views over the Cheshire countryside and towards Lancashire and The Pennines.

Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park

Some far-reaching views

Costs vary according to the season and during my stay, I noted the opening offer of 50% off the advertised prices. Seasonal pitches are also available at Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park.

Although Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park is a new campsite, mature hedging and some trees surround the site. Many young trees and shrubs have also been planted and these will no doubt add to the character of the site in due course. In the near future, a Clubhouse and on site shop are planned.

Full details of Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park can be found here.

Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park – wintertime too!

I enjoyed a pleasant and relaxing summer time stay at Lady Heyes Touring Caravan Park and I am looking forward to visiting the site in December in time for Christmas shopping in Chester and also taking time to browse the speciality outlets at the adjacent Lady Heyes Crafts & Antiques Restoration Centre.

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