Pearl Lake

Holiday Park

Pearl Lake

Pearl Lake is a 5 Star static caravan park in Herefordshire. There are holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border.

80 acres of parkland with a private fishing lake, exclusive 9 hole golf course, crown bowling green and a restaurant & bar.

Pearl Lake is the largest natural lake in Herefordshire and is the crowning jewel to 80 acres of rolling park land that also sees an exclusive 9 hole golf course, a crown bowling green and relaxing woodland walks.

The park is being continually improved and updated by Glenn and Hannah and has won numerous awards for their efforts in the time they have been here. We believe that Pearl Lake has the best of everything… a wonderful countryside location, peace and quiet, exclusive leisure facilities and a warm and welcoming family atmosphere.

Glenn and Hannah’s passion for the park and how it responds to its environment is evident from the moment you arrive.

Quality and attention to detail can be found in everything from the warm greeting to the immaculately maintained grounds.

As a member of Visit England’s grading system the park has achieved a 5 Star status for which customers and visitors alike complement the team.


Visit Leominster best known for its medieval black and white buildings and antique shops and sits in the heart of the Herefordshire Marches halfway between Ludlow in Shropshire and Hereford at the heart of Herefordshire.

There’s ample opportunity amongst the picturesque scenery for walkers to stretch their legs and cyclists to roll their wheels. There are plenty of B&Bs, guest houses, hotels and self catering accommodation.

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Leominster HR6 9NQ Shobdon, Leominster, Hereforshire, HR6 9NQ, UK
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OPENING HOURS: Contact reception 9am - 7pm weekdays, 9:30am - 5pm Saturday & Sunday. Remember to book well in advance to avoid disappointment at Bank Holidays.