Log Cabins in Shropshire : Log Cabin Holidays

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Log Cabins in Shropshire

When planning a relaxing summertime break, why not consider log cabins in Shropshire and enjoy the beauty of the county’s rural landscape? Shropshire borders Wales and is in the West Midlands of England. This lovely county is the most sparsely populated in the country and offers places to visit like the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty in the south, which covers about one-quarter of the county.

You can also enjoy the River Severn, the longest river in Great Britain and the Ironbridge Gorge, which is a World Heritage Site. While known as the “birthplace of the Industrial Revolution”, most of the original factories here are long gone and the gorge has returned to its naturally beautiful state. It is riddled with footpaths and country lanes that run in and between quaint villages across the entire valley.

The old town of Shrewsbury is a favourite stop for those on log cabin holidays in Shropshire. The town is almost completely encompassed by the River Severn and is a perfect example of a medieval market town. It is also the town in which Charles Darwin was born. Ludlow is another historic town and is famous for its fine restaurants and food shops. For those who love to explore the old castles of England, the one located here, and nearby Stokesay Castle, are two impressive examples.

These log cabins in Shropshire are one of several great choices for accommodations when looking for log cabin breaks in Shrophsire. You can view some of the accommodation below:

Beaconsfield Park – Shrewsbury, Shropshire

This beautiful spot for log cabins in Shropshire is less than two miles north of Shrewsbury and everything that the lovely old town has to offer. Beaconsfield Park is an award-winning park with plenty of room for privacy. It has six lodges and 2 caravan holiday homes from which to choose. Pets are allowed and there is a dog exercise area on the grounds. For your relaxation, there is a swimming pool and steam room as well as available fishing facilities.

There are plenty of activities near to Beaconsfield park that include exploring the 600 historical buildings in Shrewsbury, taking a boat trip on the Severn, and visiting Quarry Park. You can enjoy meals in Shrewsbury or take advantage of the on site A la Carte restaurant at the holiday park.

Prices from £254

Astbury Falls Lodges – Astbury, Bridgnorth, Shropshire

These cosy pine log cabins in Shropshire and lodges are set on a beautiful landscape of pristine countryside near a large waterfall. Astbury Falls Lodges are the perfect spot for log cabin holidays in Shropshire. The lodges are a short two miles from Bridgnoth, a market town full of history and World Heritage museums. Shrewsbury and Ludlow are also conveniently close by.

There are two styles of lodges from which to choose: one that sleeps four adults and one that sleeps six adults. They are both well appointed and luxurious and are made from Scandinavian redwood. Perhaps the best features of Astbury Falls Lodges are; great views, the nearby lakes for fishing, and its proximity to some of the most interesting historical villages in Shropshire.

Prices from £335

Black Hall Lodges – Knighton, Shrophsire

These lodges offer inspiring views of both the countryside of Shropshire and mid Wales and are located only a mile away from Offa’s Dyke. Historic Knighton, near the Wales border, is also very close. The facilities at the Black Hall Lodges include private hot tubs, an indoor swimming pool, game room, sauna, exercise room, and an easy nature trail. The lodges themselves are modern and comfortable and are fully equipped for a self-catering holiday. They each have patios with barbecues as well as cosy wood burning stoves inside.

From Black Hall Lodges you can enjoy biking to the nearby villages. A pub that serves excellent meals is close by as are the historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, and Welshpool.

Prices from £399

Brookside Leisure Park – Bron-Y-Garth, Oswestry, Shropshire

For those who are searching for perfect log cabin breaks that include breathtaking views and some of the best walking trails in the UK, Brookside Leisure Park is the perfect spot. The lodges are located near an old Victorian house approximately one-quarter mile from Offa’s Dyke. They sit up on a hill and have great views of the valley below to as far away as Chirk Castle. Leisurely walks will get you to a nearby village with plenty of pubs and other amenities.

The Brookside Leisure Park facilities include an indoor pool and a play area for the children. You can choose between charming cottages and lodges that sleep from 4 to 12 people. These self-catering accommodations offer fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms and have either comfortable verandahs or gardens on which to enjoy the views. Pets are allowed for a small weekly fee.

Prices from £260

Ashlea Pools Country Park – Hopton Heath, Craven Arms, Shropshire

Ashlea Pools Country Park is perfect for a log cabin break right in the centre of Shropshire’s countryside so everything there is to see and do is conveniently nearby. You can choose between a stay in an old-fashioned log cabin with a verandah overlooking the fishing lake or one of the lodges made with families in mind, each with their own hot tub. They sleep from four to six people. There is even a playing field for fun family activities and a park especially for the children to enjoy.

Ludlow and Shrewsbury are each only a few miles from Ashlea Pools. For a more active holiday, you can enjoy biking the trails of Hopton Wood; walk the many forest trails that begin just outside the grounds of Ashlea Pools, or go to Church Stretton for some hang gliding.

Prices from £261

Oak Lodge, Beaconsfield Farm Holiday Park, near Shrewsbury

  • Sleeps 2/ 1 bedroom
  • Indoor swimming pool and private hot tub
  • Exclusively for over 25s, the charming timber framed lodge is set on the award winning Beaconsfield Holiday Park which is famed for providing wonderful holidays and excellent accommodation. The quality of this lodge is outstanding and proves to be a real luxury retreat that displays the best and highest quality in terms of fixtures and fittings. All on one floor, there is a king size double room with en suite shower, a separate WC, an open plan living area, kitchen area and dining area.

    The whole property is light and airy throughout and is designed with contemporary fashion in mind. For that added luxury, there is also a spacious decking with a hot tub that will allow you to sign off any day in style. If you want to go a little further afield however, the lodge is also in an ideal location to explore the surrounding area and the nearby towns and villages that prove popular.

    Prices from £410

    Lakeview Lodge, Astbury Falls near Bridgnorth, Shropshire

  • Sleeps 2/ 1 bedroom
  • Decked balcony, private sauna and hot tub
  • With a private sauna and hot tub, this property really is at the cutting edge of luxurious accommodation and attracts many people who enjoy having added extras as part of their holiday. First impressions generally say it all and on first glance, this property is definitely the real deal. Spacious, light and superbly furnished throughout, the interior is of high quality and blends character and charm as well as modern facilities.

    The fully central heated lodge also has a king sized double bedroom complete with mod cons as well as a bathroom with a large shower. There is also a large and roomy open plan living area that comprises a fitted kitchen as well as dining area and atmospheric sitting area. The hot tub is also in the perfect spot on the lodge to take in the wonderful views too – so in terms of luxury, it doesn’t get much better.

    Prices from £409

    Long mountain centre, Log Cabins in Shropshire

    These log cabins in Shropshire are the home of Jackie Gavyn and family. The Long mountain centre offers you a self-catering holiday with a difference; a real home from home close to an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Shropshire hills Our traditional family-run centre on the edge of the Shropshire Area of outstanding natural beauty and right on the Welsh border is situated between Shrewsbury and Welshpool with the Historic town of Oswestry only 30mins away and 1 hrs drive to Chester approximately 1 1/2 hours from Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool Airports, a 1½ hour drive to the spectacular welsh coastal areas The nearest train station is approx 6 miles away at Welshpool if you want to reduce your carbon footprint and leave the car at home.

    An ideal central base from which to explore the wonders of the South Shropshire hills and the welsh border towns and to meet up with friends and family. Stay with us in our luxurious self-catering log cabins with stunning views of the beautiful and dramatic Shropshire and welsh border countryside. An idyllic rural retreat, where you can relax and unwind from the stresses and strains of everyday life Why not come to rural Shropshire and try our fantastic accommodation and hospitality second to none for yourself.

    The Lavender Honeysuckle & Bluebell cabins are fully equipped with everything you could possibly need for a relaxing holiday including bed linen, towels, tea towels, fridge TV with DVD.

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