New luxury glamping resort to showcase latest in natural swimming pool design

The Love2Stay resort is being developed by Salop Leisure
The Love2Stay resort is being developed by Salop Leisure

Tuesday, 07, Feb 2017 05:13

by Tom Leaning

A new luxury £4 million touring and glamping resort near Shrewsbury, with a state-of-the-art natural swimming pool at the heart of the development.

The Love2Stay resort is being developed by Salop Leisure, one of the UK's top caravan and leisure companies. Love2Stay, which is scheduled to open at Easter 2017, is situated on the edge of the market town of Shrewsbury in 22 acres of landscaped grounds. It will offer visitors a luxurious natural retreat, with accommodation in either 20 glamping Safari style lodges or 120 touring caravan pitches, with panoramic views across to Wales from on one side and over to the Shropshire Hills from the other.

The 432 metre natural swimming pool at the centre of the resort is being designed and built by Poolscape Ltd in collaboration with multiple RHS Gold Medal winning landscape design practice, MOSAIC. The team are using the latest technology from Austrian natural pool specialists BIOTOP. The bespoke pool design will offer swimmers crystal clear, chemical free water, which is naturally filtered by BIOTOP's market leading pumps and filtration technology.

Mark Bebb, Salop Leisure's managing director said: "With Love2Stay we are keen to develop a resort that is at one with nature and will instill a feeling of well-being and tranquility in our visitors. Our lives have become dominated by technology, with our children glued to i-pads and the Internet. We want them to get back to nature and experience the grass between their toes. With our stunning centrepiece pool, they will be able to swim safely in pure, chemical free natural water and feel like they are wild swimming in a mountain lake."

BIOTOP's managing director Peter Petrich said: "We are absolutely delighted to be working with Salop on this exciting and innovative glamping concept which has the environment and nature at its core. Our partner Poolscape is creating a stunning natural pool design. The pool technology is tailor-made for the water volume and the number of swimmers. They will be able to enjoy all the benefits of natural outdoor swimming."

For further information about Love2Stay visit www.love2stay.co.uk or for BIOTOP Natural Pools visit www.bio.top

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