Listing Ref: 70
Lime Lodge, Clun near Bishop’s Castle
Lime Lodge is one of ten lodges situated in a small, tranquil park in Clun Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Lime Lodge is designed with convenience and relaxation in mind, and built to make the most of its charming surroundings. One of its best features is the large, private decked area, where guests can enjoy an al fresco meal or peaceful evening drinks looking over the Clun River and the fields beyond.
This spacious, bright cottage is a perfect place for a quiet, romantic retreat, or for a small family to discover beautiful Shropshire.
Lime Lodge accommodation
The lodge has two bedrooms: one king-size double with access to the bathroom and one twin. The bathroom has a bath, a separate shower, basin and WC. The living space is bright and airy, with a kitchen, dining area and sitting are. French windows lead to the outside decking area and add a real sense of space and light to the lodge.
Amenities include gas central heating, an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, a fridge and dishwasher. There is a TV with FreeSat, and DVD facilities, as well as an iPod dock and Wi-Fi.
Fuel, bed linen and towels are included in the rent, and a travel cot and highchair are available on request.
There is a pretty front lawned area, and rear and side enclosed decking with furniture, so guests can enjoy the lovely scenery in comfort, whatever the weather.
Off road parking is available, with space for two cars. Sorry, no pets and no smoking.
The nearest shop is 2.5 miles away, and a pub just a 10-minute walk.
NB: There are four steps up to the lodge, so care must be taken and the lodge may not be suitable for disabled persons.
Lime Lodge surrounding area
Clun itself is a beautiful countryside town nestled in the South Shropshire hills in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With its stunning river and spectacular ruins, the town is a wonderful example of historical rural England.
Situated close to the border of Wales, this breath taking part of the country is a perfect retreat for nature lovers, with plenty of wildlife to be discovered. Offa’s Dyke, Kerry Ridgeway and the Clun and Kerry forests are all close by, and boast fantastic walking and cycling routes through the beautiful scenery.
It’s also a great location for discovering historical Britain. Visitors can enjoy the Iron Age earthwork fort and endless views at Bury Ditches, or venture slightly further afield to Bishop’s Castle, Shrewsbury, the Ironbidge Gorge World Heritage Site, the Blists Hill Victorian Town and Stokesay Castle.
Lime Lodge is a real treat. A beautifully designed, luxurious base to relax in this stunning part of Britain and explore the beauty the countryside has to offer.