Astbury Falls Lodges are located in the beautiful county of Shropshire. These outstanding lodges are surrounded by a breathtaking landscape of unspoilt rolling countryside, meandering rivers and a magnificent waterfall, and offer an idyllic retreat.
Brookside Woodland Lodges enjoy an enviable setting in secluded grounds just 500 yards from Offa's Dyke. These superb properties boast fantastic views over a valley to Chirk Castle.
Popular with nature lovers, ramblers, equine enthusiasts or those who just enjoy relaxing in bucolic bliss, Plaish and nearby Cardington offers a quiet haven to get away from it all and enjoy a quintessentially English rural break. The larger market towns in the area offer an urban distraction for those who fancy a break from all that peace and quiet, while other attractions in the area include Severn Valley Steam Railway, Action Scott Historic Working Farm, Stokesay Castle and Ironbridge. Fans of the esoteric arts should note: Cardington was owned by the Knights Templar until 1308.
With its solar panels and wood pellet stove this newly built log cabin offers eco-friendly and cosy accommodation in a magnificent position high on the Kerry Ridgeway with far reaching views across the Shropshire Hills. After a glorious day's walking or cycling on quiet rural lanes visitors can relax in the blissful hot tub. Bishop's Castle a charming market town with two breweries shops pubs and eateries is 5 miles. Ludlow Shrewsbury and the Welsh borders are all a short drive.
Nestling in tranquil woodland, deep in Shropshire's unspoilt countryside, this superb collection of traditional real-log lodges offers an idyllic rural retreat. Perfect for romantic breaks or relaxing family holidays exploring England's beautiful green heart.
If you are looking for a short holiday break that you will never forget then why not consider one of the unique Canadian and Finnish cabins at Black Hall Lodges. The lodges are located in the quiet Welsh countryside. The contemporary lodges are located on a working farm and enjoy panoramic views of Wales and across the Shropshire Hills.
Between the famous village of Whittington – home to the first Lord Mayor of London – and the lovely town of Ellesmere, lies the tiny hamlet of Welsh Frankton. With its host of period buildings dating from Tudor, Georgian and Victorian times, the pretty market town of Ellesmere can be found nestled between a beautiful lake - or 'mere', to the locals - and the Shropshire/Llangollen Canal. Not only is the town situated in the picturesque Shropshire Lakeland, but it is also steeped in history. Originally a fortified Anglo-Saxon settlement, this quaint little holiday resort is host to the charming Church of Saint Mary, with its fifteenth Century roof, and was the home of Thomas Telford during work on the Shropshire/Llangollen Canal. With pubs, shops and restaurants nearby, this is a great location from which to explore everything this region has to offer.
Nestling in the picturesque Shropshire countryside, this award-winning park sits just 1½ miles from historic Shrewsbury. Exclusively for adults this is a luxurious retreat for those looking to get away from it all and explore this beautiful area.
With solar panels and wood pellet stove, these newly built log cabins offer eco-friendly and cosy accommodation in a magnificent position high on the Kerry Ridgeway, with far reaching views across the Shropshire Hills.
Peacefully tucked away in the breathtaking Clun Valley an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty these stunning lodges sit just 5 minutes’ walk from Clunton village and its cosy country pub. An idyllic retreat at any time of year.
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