Best Lodges with Hot Tubs Shropshire – Shropshire is a landlocked county in England, bordering Wales to the west, Cheshire to the north, Staffordshire to the east, and Worcestershire and Herefordshire to the south. There’s a wealth of exploring and adventure on offer so lets dive straight in and explore the Best Lodges with Hot Tubs in Shropshire.
Penllwyn Lodges with Hot Tubs Shropshire
Penllwyn Lodges, Montgomery SY15 6SB
Penllwyn Lodges is located in a tranquil paradise, comprising of woodland and meadows, nestled away from the bustling towns of Mid-Wales. Surrounded by wildlife and boasting a fishing pond, canal and stunning gardens, this is the perfect base for couples, families and four-legged friends looking for the freedom to truly get back to nature. A great choice for couples is the Cedar Lodge, with one double room. plus a bath with an overhead shower. It consists of an open plan lounge, kitchen and diner. The veranda and patio area has a table and chairs, and an outdoor hot tub overlooking the golf course.
“Penllwyn lodges is the ideal location for exploring this beautiful part of Mid-Wales with a setting for a superb holiday in all seasons. Situated midway between Newtown and Welshpool in Powys, this completely unspoilt region offers the scenic walks of Offa’s Dyke on our doorstep with the Welsh Mountains, Dovey valley and Cardigan bay to the west and the Shropshire border to the east.
Let the kids loose in this rare wonderland, with 30 acres of woods, water and wildlife this is the ultimate escape for pulling on boots and enjoying good old-fashioned fun. Walk, fish, play golf, feed the birds, ducks, donkey – and squirrels! – and don’t forget a torch for evening adventures.”
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Turnip House – with optional private swimming pool and hot tub
Plaish Park Farm, Church Stretton SY6 7HX
Turnip House is an “exceptionally charactered spacious property rated 5 ticks by Sykes Cottages. With unique character throughout and panoramic feature window in the large lounge looking over the Shropshire hills. Split level accommodation over 3 floors. This property can be connected to Corn House by a ground floor sound proofed door to create 8 bedrooms sleeping up to 17. Tiled entrance porch with sink and washing machine leading to tiled fully equipped oak kitchen with breakfast bar, electric cooker and hob / fridge / dishwasher and microwave. Patio doors leading to the lower patio area with seating and BBQ. Table in dining area with additional fridge freezer in cupboard.
Brick steps leading up to large featured full height tiled entrance hall with main door leading to lawned area, sandpit, chicken coup and woodland walk (not enclosed). Large full height beamed and stone detailed lounge off entrance hall with log burner and feature window with patio doors to upper patio area with seating and amazing views. Also off the hall is a king size four poster bed with TV and ensuite shower / WC and sink. Separate cloakroom WC and sink also off the main hall. Carpeted stairs up to 3 further bedrooms, 2 x Twin bedrooms one with TV and 1 x double bedroom with TV all sharing family bathroom with old cast roll top bath, sink, WC and separate shower.
Private onsite indoor 20-meter bespoke infinity swimming pool / spa / gym / relaxation area. With poolside showers & cold water plunge bucket. Spotify music & WiFi. Changing rooms & towels provided -Available to hire on arrival for 2-hour sessions 11am-1pm or 3pm-5pm at £10.00 per head.”
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Moonrise Lodges, Priest Weston, Montgomery SY15 6BZ
At Moonrise Lodges in Shropshire, you will find two beautiful lodges set on a family farm in the Shropshire Hills, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Both lodges share the same stunning views across the farm and beyond. It’s the perfect destination to relax and recharge. Located on the border you can explore the highlights of Shropshire and Wales too, including Iron Bridge, Montgomery, Ludlow. Powys Castle and much more.
After a busy day retreat to the tranquil luxury of the lodge and relax in your private hot tub, enjoy the view with a drink from the decking or enjoy the sunset by your firepit.
Ashlea Pools Country Park
Hoptonheath, Craven Arms
Ashlea Pools Lodges enjoys a peaceful lakeside setting in one of the most beautiful and peaceful areas of South Shropshire. Designed specifically for those hoping to lose themselves in an wonder and tranquility of water, woodland and wildlife. This is the ultimate country retreat for families and couples alike looking to get back to nature.
Enhanced by an abundance of both space and style, with every home comfort, including some with hot tubs, each luxurious lodge creates a welcoming base that will charm the whole family.
Wattlesborough, Shrewsbury SY5 9DU
Beautifully situated to overlook, Duck Lake, Shropshire Hills and Welsh Borders each luxurious lodge at Wigmore Lakes boasts a chic interior hosting stylish home-from-home touches, while outdoor hot tubs complete the opportunity to do as much or as little as you want. Spend your time fishing, soaking up the lovely surroundings, and wandering the wildlife trail or discovering the mix of delights nearby.
Each lodge has french doors, a contemporary interior design and a stunning colour scheme of denim, duck egg blues and soft natural greys which gives a lovely holiday feel.
The living space is both practical and stylish and comprises of a lounge, dining and kitchen areas. With contemporary interior design, a comfortable lounge suite, feature electric fire and a coffee table, the lounge area makes the most of the space and provides a wonderful environment for families to enjoy time together.
The Old Sawmill
The Old Sawmill, Ludlow, Broome, SY7 0HH
Set in the Clun valley and thus in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Old Sawmill is a converted property, and was indeed once part of an old sawmill. Today, it provides a spacious and tastefully furnished accommodation of a very high standard. It offers a wonderfully relaxing base, ideal for walkers and cyclists. Ludlow, offers a variety of renowned restaurants, a splendid castle and an annual festival. Shrewsbury, Hereford and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum are all well worth exploring.
The living space is all on the ground floor and consists of living/dining room with a double sofa bed. A kitchen and breakfast area. Two bedrooms – one kingsize and one twin with an additional single.
Outside you can enjoy a garden, patio and outdoor furniture, plus a BBQ and a private hot tub.
Shropshire is a landlocked county in England, bordering Wales to the west, Cheshire to the north, Staffordshire to the east, and Worcestershire and Herefordshire to the south.