Brookside Leisure Park

    • Pets are allowed for a small fee
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Fully equipped kitchen
    • Bath/shower options

     

Woodland Park Lodges

    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Pets allowed at £30 each
    • Double glazed
    • Central heating
    • Decking with furniture

Beaconsfield Park

    • Bothy Restaurant
    • Coffee shop
    • Welcoming pack
    • Pets welcome

Pine Lodges at Arscott Golf Club

    • Free-view flat screen TV/DVD
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Fully equipped kitchen
    • Central heating

Ashlea Pool Lodges

    • Freeview flat screen TV/DVD
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Fully equipped Kitchen
    • Central heating

Relax in Your Own Shropshire Hot Tub Lodge

Welcome to Shropshire. Its hot tub lodges and idyllic towns such as Shrewsbury and Wellington and awe-inspiring landscapes await the discerning holidaymaker. Shropshire is what travel professionals call ‘off-the-beaten’ track. It is more likely than not that you will be the first one among your friends to holiday here.

That you can stay in a hot tub lodge and get to explore attractions such as the UNESCO-listed Ironbridge gorge at budget-friendly rates makes Shropshire the place to beat.

Of all the counties in the Heart of England, Shropshire captures all that a modern holidaymaker will want. You can shop in the latest malls, go back-packing in the woods, cycle through hillside trails, walk your pet in the countryside and much more.

For those looking to make great memories with their loved ones without breaking the bank, then there is no better place to do this. Shropshire is also a nice place to take your partner for a fantastic romantic break.

Shropshire is regarded as one of the birthplaces of industrial revolution. It is home to a number of historically important towns including Newport, Shrewsbury, Oswestry and Ludlow. It is one of the West Midlands counties and plays its role as a pivotal agricultural county.

It is in this rural set up that you will find yourself breathing fresh air and not woken up every morning by the hustle and bustle of the city. Life in this part of the world moves at a slower pace. People are keen to assist, and even chat for a while. A stay here will remind you what being human is. Take a break here…there is never a shortage of interesting things to do. Be sure to plan your visit to maximise all the wonderful things to do and places to go. This website will help with planning Original Shrewsbury.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Shropshire

Below is a list of what we think are must visit attractions in Shropshire. Don’t just laze in your hot tub lodge. Go out and have fun. There so much to holidays than drinking your favourite wine and sleeping. Pick the ones that interest you…and don’t limit yourself to our list. It is just a point in the right direction.

Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust 

You are welcome to visit the 10 museums and 35 historic sites managed by this trust. It is by far the most important attraction in Shropshire.

Stokesay Castle 

Built by Lawrence of Ludlow in the 13th century, this ruined castle will give you insights into how ancient castles were built.

Stiperstones 

If you have a love for the outdoors, then you have just found one of the places that you will explore during your stay in Shropshire. The Quartzite ride dates from about 480 million years ago.

 

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Shropshire Hills 

Shrophire Hills

The Shropshire Hills have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Make sure you capture the sights on your camera.

Hawkstone Park 

Its spectacular gardens and grounds make it a fantastic place to take the family for a great day out.

 

Other natural attractions 

If you love nature, then you shouldn’t miss out on visiting; the Wreckin Hill, Long Mynd Plateau, The Brown Clee Hill, Haughmond Hill, Caer Caradoc, and the Aqualate Mare Lake.

Castles 

Among the ancient architectural marvels you would be interested in are Cholmondeley Castle, Whittington Castle, Clun Castle andLudlow Castle.

Parks 

Quarry Park

Have a day out with your family at Quarry Park or Telford Town Park.

The White City 

This is an amusement park located in the town of Shrewsbury. It is an awesome to spend a day out with the kids.

Avebury 

How about sightseeing a place with a Neolithic Stone Henge? The Avebury Stone Henge contains the largest such stones in Europe. It also happens to be the best prehistoric site in the UK.

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