Ash Lodge and Elm Lodge, luxury contemporary cedar lodges with hot tubs, situated in rural Shropshire in striking distance of many diverse first class attractions.
Here are some recommendations from our previous guests of places they have found to visit and eat:
The Shakespeare in Bridgnorth. Good pub food at great prices.
The Ship at Highley has been recommended by several guest as having good food at reasonable prices.
Canoe UK trip to Arley with steam train return was fabulous.
We had a great day out on the Severn Valley Railway. Train can be picked up at Highley -
Steam train journey excellent. Start early to take in the museum at Highley.
The ‘Live the Adventure country treks’ for horse riding in Stottesdon was incredible. We went on a 2 hour hack around the area which was beautiful. Would thoroughly recommend for any ability.
The Stables Bar in Bridgnorth has amazing food & drinks/atmosphere.
The Kings Head, Bridgnorth was excellent -
Would recommend a cycle ride in the Wyre Forest -
We took a trip to the Wyre Forest, just 20 mins away. They have several walking trails of different difficulties, a family mountain bike track, a place where you can hire bikes from and ‘Go Ape’ which has both a big course and a smaller course for children.
We would recommend Ray’s farm for families with young children -
Really good food at the Duck Inn Chorley -
We'd recommend the Woodbridge Inn pub and visiting Blists Hill Victorian Town in Ironbridge.
We really enjoyed the Ludlow Brewery Tour -
Enjoyed a very nice carvery at the Punch Bowl Inn. They also serve other food too at an amazing price. Lovely outside seating too.
BrIdgnorth is a super market town with great shops and restaurants. Best meal was at The Kings Head. Ironbridge is definitely worth a trip, and RAF Cosford makes for a super day out.
M & S food in Bridgnorth for families staying in.
Ship at Highley does senior special between 5 and 7. Three courses £9.50. Very good value.