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Did a 3 night stay recently. Having read mixed reviews on here we weren’t sure what to expect. Until we arrived and got a friendly welcome who checked us in and then we arrived at lodge 25 and a complimentary bottle of rose to welcome...More
This is a lovely park and (overall) we had a nice time here. The lodge was fine and well kitted out (subject to a comment below) and we found the ‘welcome pack’ of wine, washing up kit and toiletries a lovely touch. The grounds are...More
We were a little apprehensive when booking a lodge here after reading some of the negative reviews regarding, particularly, all the 'rules' but we went for it deciding to make up our own mind.
Yes you can't get in until 4pm but all lodges that...More
Great signage too site. Long lane up too site.
Lovely welcome at reception.
Shown too pitch area . Close too the toilets and restaurants pool etc
pond area too walk around.
Dog walking exercises area.
Static caravan and lodges area.
Plenty of room too spread...More
Stopped in oak lodge 2. Absolutely fantastic. Couldn't fault it.
Staff superb. Grounds immaculate fishing A++++. What more can I say. Our baby girl Maya loved it. Welcoming the ducks first thing in the morning. And the lovely walks she went on. There is some...More
US$ 33 - US$ 35 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
Number of rooms
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Response from LeicestershireDex | Reviewed this property |
It is on a bus route into Shrewsbury as we used it. They run about every hour from the main road opposite the pub there. Its about half a mile to walk. Dont rely on the schedule on the notice board though as its out... More
It is on a bus route into Shrewsbury as we used it. They run about every hour from the main road opposite the pub there. Its about half a mile to walk. Dont rely on the schedule on the notice board though as its out of date. We did and ended up waiting about 45 mins for a bus!!
The pub on the main road does do food and we spoke to someone who had eaten there and they said it was OK. They dont allow dogs in which is why we didnt try it.
There is another pub called Dog in the Lane. At the entrance instead of turning left and going towards the main road, turn right and keep walking for about 3 miles ish down the country lane. It would be a nice walk if the weather is OK and in daylight. Wouldn't fancy walking it at night. We walked there as we knew they let dogs in on the Bank Holiday Monday but it was closed! Bank holiday Monday???? It does get good reviews but I would check when it opens and when they serve food.
Dont bother with the restaurant on site as we paid £60 for 2 starters and two main courses, one coke and one glass of wine. Not a problem paying that IF it was worth it. We didnt think so.
Personally I would have a look at some other sites around the area as we felt it was expensive for what you got. I wouldn't go back and I think that says it all.