OUR STORY

Emral Hall was the seat of the Puleston family for over 600 years. A fine deer park of some 1000 acres. Sadly Emral Hall was demolished in 1938.

 

But all was not lost, the Jacobean ceiling, panelled walls and mullion windows were bought by Sir William Clough-Ellis in 1939 and transported by lorry to Portmeiron to be reinstated into the Town Hall in all its glory!

Emral then became a 200 acre dairy farm along with sheep and a racehorse stud farm, Emral Stud.

 

With diversification in 2000, Emral Gardens Caravan Park started with a small 5 van touring caravan site progressing to the 20 luxury pitches we have today. Seasonal Pitches Only 2022.

 

A small family run friendly site where you can relax and enjoy a bit of peace and quiet..... just for adults!

Emral Hall
Emral Hall

Emral hall in 1936

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Rob Broad with his racehorse
Rob Broad with his racehorse
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Emral woodland
Emral woodland

Abbey the dog !

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Emral lily pond
Emral lily pond
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Pitches next to the pond
Pitches next to the pond
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Emral Gardens Caravan Park
Emral Gardens Caravan Park
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Guest from Liverpool:


"We get around a wee bit with our van but always return to Emral Gardens and wonder why we bothered going anywhere else!"

Tip:
"Just lay back and chill."

Guest from Delamere:


"Fantastic dog area for your dog's to play, nice walks in the woods and brook, lovely friendly and helpful staff, and nice and peaceful site to chill and recharge your batteries, would definitely recommend you have a couple of days. "

Guest from Market Drayton:


"Unique setting with excellent facilities just perfect for a truly relaxing stay. Wildlife and woodland are an added bonus."