Acorn Ponds Glamping Site

The Acorns, English Frankton, Ellesmere, Shropshire, SY12 0JX

Late Availability
Acorn Ponds Glamping has end of season reductions to fill availability in September.

This is an adult only woodland retreat. The Chimeneas keep the kitchens warm, you may have a BBQ or campfire and close by your own private shower and toilet. £100 to £110 for two for two nights.

Glamping at The Acorns is intended as a peaceful, relaxing, romantic getaway for two adults. It comprises of four private accommodations, a luxury quirky Hoopla tent with retro horse box converted kitchen diner, a Bow Top caravan with own round hut kitchen diner, a luxury silo cabin and the Safari caravan. We also have an Airstream caravan on a further lawned area near our vintage smallholding.

No need to bring lots of equipment, everything is provided to make your stay a place to experience the outdoors. A outdoor experience with a bit of glamour!

Each place provides you with your own private area away from the rest of the world, no kids running around, no traffic noise, just the sounds of the birds and the countryside. Just yourselves in your own idyllic home from home. The silo cabin, gypsy wagon and the Hoopla Tent all have thier own kitchens.
There are several large tourist towns nearby. Chester and Shrewsbury are brimming with history and are worth a visit, just up the road! If you want a designer bargain stop off at Cheshire Oaks Shopping Outlet. Ironbridge is famous for its museums and industrial history and is not too far away. We also recommend Ludlow, Bishops Castle, there is a fantastic bakery and butchers at Much Wemlock, and our favourite for charity shops is Church Stretton ( we buy our bread from here ) and we eat here at Berrys. Llangollen is a popular river and canal tourist town an hour away. If you are a canal enthusiast then you must see the famous Telford Aquaduct too.
Accommodation Amenities
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Nearby Attractions


Town: Canal Side
Open: All Year
13.65 miles away

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Town: Llangollen
Open: All Year

The Clwydian Range was in 1985 designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of only five in Wales. The original area was 167 square kilometres (64 sq mi) b...

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Town: Ironbridge
Open: All Year
21.28 miles away

The Iron Bridge is a bridge that crosses the River Severn in Shropshire, England. Opened in 1781, it was the first arch bridge in the world to be made of cast iron, an...

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Town: Chester
Open: All Year
25.20 miles away

Chester Zoo is a zoological garden at Upton by Chester, in Cheshire, England. Chester Zoo was opened in 1931 by George Mottershead and his family. It is one of the UK&...

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