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.

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Billingsley Park Lodges are located just off the B4363 road in Billingsley village. If using satnav, use postcode WV16 6PF to direct you to the lane off the main road. As soon as you turn onto the lane take the next right into the park entrance gateway.


For most routes heading from the north you will come via Bridgnorth.  Once in the town take the B4363 signed Cleobury Mortimer and carry on this road for 6 miles.  Also, following signs for Ray’s Farm will direct you.

At the ‘Billingsley’ sign carry on for a further 0.8 mile until you come to a set of 40mph signs. Take the immediate right turn and then another immediate right turn will take you to the park entrance gateway


For most routes heading from the south you will come via Bewdley.  From the town take the B4194, signed Kinlet/Highley.  Follow signs to Kinlet and once in village turn right onto the B4363 signed Bridgnorth for a further 3 miles.

After the ‘Billingsley’ sign carry on up hill past the ‘Cape of Good Hope’ pub (closed) until you come to a set of 40mph signs. After approximately 150 yards after the signs, turn left into the lane and first right to the park entrance gateway.


Finding the lodges

As soon as you enter the park continue along the track, through the parkland until the lodges come into sight. Ash lodge is the 4th plot along (the one with the first bench) and Elm Lodge is the 6th plot along (the one with the second bench).