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Silver Trees Park

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Stafford Brook Road,Penkridge Bank, Rugeley,Staffordshire,WS15 2TX

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Tel: 01889 582185

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Are you searching for tranquility, wildlife and beautiful landscapes unchanged for thousands of years? Then the breath taking Cannock Chase, in the heart of England, is a must for you and you'll return again and again.

You'll want to match your accommodation to the surroundings and exchange the hustle and bustle for a more leisurely pace of life. We've found just the place, Silver Trees is a quiet quality park located in this designated area of outstanding natural beauty, yet just a short drive from any of the major Midland towns or cities.

Silver Trees is all about the views and the accommodation on offer here all have full length picture windows where you can watch the changing landscape throughout year. The Spring, bulbs give early colour and the bird song is constant, young Bambi deer appear in June and July as the bracken gives them refuge whilst they gain the strength and vigour to venture out. Autumn colours herald winter and the spectacle of the Mature Stags tussling for supremacy. Perhaps a sprinkling of snow heralding the magical festive season, where the bareness of the woodland enables the Deer herd to be seen clearly even from a distance.

On the majority of the park, Holiday Homes are sold to private owners, but we also have a small number of Holiday Hire units located on the edge of the park with stunning views of the of Woodland and our own Nature Reserve. All accommodation is fully equipped with everything you would expect to find in a park of this standard, full cooker, fridge, microwave, electric kettle, toaster and all crockery and cutlery. And if you just can't leave the outside world behind there is also Flat screen TV combi DVD with freeview, central heating, double glazing and all bed linen and towels. To maintain our peaceful ethos and quality accommodation we do not accept any large groups or Pets.

Lowland heath is an internationally scarce and threatened wildlife habitat and Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the midlands, its associated animal and plant communities are part of an historic landscape dating back thousands of years. Wild deer still roam the Chase and are probably descended from the original herd introduced in Norman times for hunting purposes. For these reasons the area is also a designated 'Site of Special Scientific Interest.


David Bellamny Conservation Gold Award every year since 2008, Butterfly Conservation