Lime Lodge is an outstanding, detached lodge, hidden away within a secluded location, near Billingsley village.
Bring your friends and family to this endearing property, oozing charm from the outset, making a delightful break to the Shropshire countryside.
Kick off your muddy boots and rain coats within the handy hallway, which leads you into a well-presented, open-plan living room.
Rustle up an evening meal within the stylish fully-fitted kitchen area before curling up in front of a warming woodburning fire place with your loved ones during a cold winter’s evening.
In here, you will find floor-to-ceiling bi-folding doors, which fills the room with natural light, adding to the atmosphere of tranquillity within the space.
Promising a good night’s sleep are three elegantly-dressed bedrooms, comprising of a twin bedroom with an en-suite, an adult bunk bedroom and a spacious super-king-size bedroom with a luxury en-suite, offering a bath, separate walk-in shower, basin and WC.
Throw open the bi-folding doors, where you can plan the day’s ahead on the sun-loungers before dipping into the sunken hot tub with a well-deserved glass of wine.
Walk through the delightful woodlands, where within 3 miles you will find the local pub and shop within the village of Highley.
Whilst here, you will find a vast array of woodland walks within Severn Valley Country Park, where you can spot charming wildlife within a serene surround.
Alternatively, you can wonder around the enchanting Dudmaston, National Trust property with extensive walking routes all year round.
Number 10, Lime Lodge is an outstanding holiday base, promising a unforgettable getaway retreat.
About the location
Bridgnorth 7 miles; Ludlow 16 miles.
Billingsley is a small village surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside, 7 miles from Bridgnorth. The area offers excellent walking, and boasts easy access to a wealth of country parks, great houses, museums and picturesque Shropshire villages. Enjoy a visit to the delightful Bridgnorth, winner of ‘Britain in Bloom', which comprises of the High Town and the Low Town, connected by winding streets and flights of steps. A bustling Saturday street market provides an ample excuse to explore the town and see the impressive castle ruins, while a ride on the steep funicular railway enables you to glimpse in style what Charles I called “the finest view in all my kingdom". With easy access to The Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford, Ironbridge Gorge, with its 10 museums and striking landscape, and the popular destinations of Shrewsbury and Ludlow, this is an ideal base for an enjoyable break at any time of the year.