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Callow Lodge 5

(Ref. 918109)

Beaconsfield Holiday Park, Shropshire Show on map


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  • 2 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Hot tub
  • Swimming pool
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Sauna
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher

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30 Customer Reviews

  • "We had a lovely and relaxing time, the staff were super friendly and helpful."

    The location was lovely, the site was beautiful and everything clean, except one small piece of glass we found in the hot tub, maybe some plastic cups would help for using in hot tub, I didn’t see any. Other than that the kitchen had everything you would expect. We read the reviews briefly before coming and agree with some points, of noisy traffic and VERY firm beds but this didn’t affect my sleep. The seats at the dining table need replacing and we had to sit on cushions, no full length mirror anywhere, not really the luxury you expect for the price of the stay. I wouldn’t let any of this put you off staying but hopefully the owners take some note of these comments.

    Reviewed by Aimee4.7Aug 2023

  • "The dining room chairs really need attention as when you sit down you feel the centre of the seat sink"

    Reviewed by Susan4.7Jul 2023

  • "Really happy with the stay."

    No complaints at all. Very clean, very peaceful and would happily return

    Reviewed by Hayley5.0Apr 2022

  • "Ive waited a few weeks before leaving a review as I wanted to reflect for a while."

    The park itself was beautifully kept, a credit to the grounds keeping team! It was also very quiet on an evening. I don't agree with description of the lodge as "outstanding" it maybe was several years ago. The pictures on sykes website advertising this lodge are old, it look's more luxurious in pictures, as to reality. I actually thought I'd walked in the wrong lodge, and had to go back outside and check the number on the fence to see if I had the right lodge, the sofas and dining table are not the same as the pictures! Instead there is two old leather sofas, and the dining table and chairs are totally different, and really old and tired imediately making it feel less luxurious. There is a lot of missing information on sykes website about this property and the rules etc. I'd advise checking with park before booking. I was most annoyed that I was told that if I wanted any friends or family to visit me during my stay it was £10 per visitor. I booked a lodge for 3 people and there was only me and the dog! They allow visitors free if there spending money in the bar/restaurant no problem! I've stayed in a lot of these lodges over the years and for value for money Its disappointing. I wouldn't stay in this lodge again nor would I use sykes again. There is a lot of road noise like the other reviews state, it didn't bother me though. The hot tub was nice to use but even that was old and tired. To top it off sykes refused my top cashback claim even though I've followed the procedures ...shame on you sykes !!!

    Reviewed by Darren2.2Sep 2021

  • "A beautiful site & lodge, a shame the restaurant & coffee shop were closed throughout our stay."

    Reading previous reviews I agree with the comments on the traffic noise & trains sounding their whistles, even through the night! To solve the problem of the hard beds the very obliging managers gave us extra duvets to put under the sheets to cushion them. I would like to see coat hooks for outdoor coats, storage space for things in the shower, & mirrors! The only mirrors were above the washbasins & a very small portable one which made hair drying difficult , certainly no full length mirror. The living area was large & comfortable, the decking spacious to sit out on. All the reception staff were friendly & helpful. Rather than rush round to leave for 9am we left on the last afternoon.

    Reviewed by Susan4.1Sep 2021

  • "Should have a TV in the second bedroom Shower in the bath not working properly Toilet seat in the main bedroom ensuite was lose."

    Reported it on the Tuesday but nothing was done Could do with a better shower in the ensuite

    Reviewed by Cindy4.4Aug 2021

  • "Callow lodge 5 is quite close to the main Shrewsbury rd so there is a lot of traffic noise means we could not have our bedroom window open."

    The beds all have hard mattresses but saying that the park is very well maintained and the staff did everything possible to help us with any issues we had. The lodge is as described and there is some nice welcoming treats on arrival . We enjoyed our stay and would return.

    Reviewed by Ray4.7Jul 2021

  • "Beautiful Lodge, very clean and spacious."

    Lovely setting, very quiet and relaxing exactly what we wanted. Only disappointing thing was the restaurant and bar on site is closed on a Monday & Tuesday of which we stayed Sunday to Wednesday. Thanks

    Reviewed by Janet4.7Jun 2021

  • "Beaconsfield is a beautiful holiday park."

    The lodges are well spaced out and very well maintained. Access is good to the park and it is in a good position for visiting many places. The facilities in the lodge are excellent and we enjoyed using the hot tub. Our only niggle was that the mattress was a bit hard for us. We would recommend Beaconsfield and booking with Sykes Cottages.

    Reviewed by Jenn4.7May 2021

  • "We loved the location of the lodge, which was a good distance from other lodges in the park."

    The site was very quiet which we expected. Check in was good with expert instruction on where to find our lodge. There was a welcome bottle of Prosecco (which we didn't expect) which was lovely. The lodge was very clean and well presented with two double rooms, one with a en-suite. Beds were firm which we like. Only item missing is a mirror in the main bedroom, ie when using the hair dryer. The hot tub was fantastic and the main reason we booked this lodge. Kitchen facilities were excellent, we self catered so make use of the appliances. There is a restaurant on site which was very popular not only with those on site but visiting guests, pre-booking is essential although we didn't visit for dinner this time, did have a coffee though. Lovely grounds with a couple of small fishing lakes to walk around.

    Reviewed by Alison5.0Aug 2020

  • "Great place to stay."

    Only downside was the bed was to hard for us.

    Reviewed by Hazel3.4Nov 2019

  • "As it's the second time my wife and I have been to Beaconsfield Farm Park in the Callow Lodge 2, we knew what to expect and everything this time was as expected spot on clean and comfortable and all the staff we approached for any advice were very helpful, and the new Restaurant (The Croft ) that was recently built to replace the ( the Bothy ) is superb lovely food and a great atmosphere, anyone going to the Beaconsfield Park for the first time will definitely enjoy their holiday there."

    Reviewed by Jim4.7Nov 2019

  • "Our second visit, wonderful site, wonderful staff, wonderful accommodation, what more can I say."

    Will be back as soon as we can.

    Reviewed by Gail5.0Sep 2019

  • "Just a little more management of the fishing lakes, re green algae."

    Otherwise very happy indeed.

    Reviewed by Jacky5.0Sep 2019

  • "A wonderful break, will be returning as soon as we can."

    Lovely lodge, spotlessly clean and everything we needed was provided. Would recommend to anyone wanting a quite undisturbed holiday.

    Reviewed by Gail5.0Aug 2019

  • "Been here a month now still got another two weeks to go the staff are very good very helpful."

    Great to end the day in a nice warm hot tub recommend that to anyone. Things I did not like not being able to bring visitors in with out paying for them seems a bit over the top . The restaurant was the best food is fabulous some would say on the expensive side but you get what you pay for and this is well worth it a must try .

    Reviewed by Raymond4.7Jul 2019

  • "My partner and I stay in different lodges around the UK four or five times a year and never usually go back to the same location."

    In this instance however, we saw that Callow Lodge 2 (which we had booked through Sykes Cottages in September 2016) was available. As we had enjoyed that lodge and the location facilities, we booked it again. Really looking forward to the spacious lodge and good sized hot tub, we checked in. We new where the lodge was situated on site and proceeded to its location to find another family in occupation. It was then we realised we had been given the keys to Callow 22, not Callow 2. This lodge, although having all the same internal amenities, was smaller in floor space, had a smaller hot tub and was situated on the main road to the rest of the lodges in that area (Unlike Callow 2, which was the last lodge on a road to the maintance yard and therefore rarely used). When I complained to reception, I was told that all the other lodges were full, therefore reluctantly, had to accept this lodge. Do not get me wrong, the lodge was as good as Callow 2, but smaller than we were expecting. Within two days we were asked to call into reception where the staff admitted it had been an administrative error on their part. As compensation they offered us a £50 cash back and a £50 voucher for the next time we stop with them (As stated above, we never usually go back to the same place so will not be using that). The site is adult only, has lodge and tourer facilities, has a good onsite restaurant and the grounds are kept immaculate.There are also good fishing ponds within the site that hold large fish. The staff were always very friendly and obliging. I would have no hesitation in recommending this location to others,

    Reviewed by Philip5.0May 2019

  • "The lodge was well equipped for your needs,could do with hooks to hang costs and a clock in the lounge."

    We were very disappointed with all the rules.There was no indication from yourselves about the very strict rules about visitors,they were only aloud 2 at time from 10am till9pm at the cost of 10pound per person and of course they had to book in. If they stayed later you would be fined about 50. pounds.We have.never stayed anywhere with so many rules and regulations,it 'really spoiled the holiday for us as we have a lot of family in the area who were hoping to visit us.

    Reviewed by Judith5.0May 2019

  • "The staff were extremely helpful and very approachable, the on site restaurant was excellent, the food and the service were top class."

    Would definitely visit again. On the down side, the lighting on the walkways to the lodges is very poor and you have to be very careful not to walk in duck droppings. A torch is a must.

    Reviewed by James William4.7Oct 2018

  • "The grounds are lovely and very well kept but this comes at a price because from early morning to mid afternoon (continuously) there is a constant humming/buzzing sound which we eventually found to be the industrial lawnmowers which obviously can be heard no matter where it is onsite."

    Even at such a distance the sound is enough to wake you up of a morning (before wanting too) and when it actually got to us one early morning the lodge was physically vibrating and of course very, very loud. This place really is lovely and the lodge was perfect but 5 days of that continuous humming/buzzing took away the tranquil, peaceful element of which would have make the trip perfect. The hot tub may also have too much chemical in it. We used this every evening but the next day come away with irritable itchy skin. This may be a sensitive skin thing but this did happened to us both.

    Reviewed by Danny4.4Oct 2018

  • "Superb site and a very nice lodge"

    Reviewed by Paul5.0Jul 2018

  • "It was a beautiful place, very tranquil, lovely people."

    . everything was perfect. However, two very small things... although it was dog friendly, you couldn't take them into the onsite restaurant, or into the cafe nor could you leave them in the lodge.. so not that dog friendly really! and the wifi didn't extend beyond she coffee shop. Those things didn't bother us and we still had a marvellous holiday.

    Reviewed by Naomi5.0Jul 2018

  • "The lodge was lovely,however there were so many rules and regulations once ..."

    The lodge was lovely,however there were so many rules and regulations once inside it was very difficult to relax,especially when your daughter is blind ,some of the rules I felt were unnecessary and to a point insulting, however we had a nice week x

    Reviewed by Gillian4.1Jul 2018

  • "Just returned from a mini break in Beaconsfield lodges, i can honestly say that it was out of this world."

    My boyfriend and i really enjoyed our stay, so relaxing and peaceful. We also took our Westie with us, she's an old girl and likes routine, she also loved it there! I was able to just totally chill out and my bf enjoyed hours of fishing, just a stone throw from our lodge. Upon leaving yesterday morning, i was very saddened to leave, we enjoyed it that much. We will definitely be returning later in the year. We can't praise the complex enough, all the staff were very friendly and also helpful. It's a 5* park, and deservedly so!! Loved it!!

    Reviewed by Julie5.0Jul 2018

  • "Great place to chill and enjoy the beautiful surroundings from the hot tub."

    The lodge was very comfortable, fully fitted kitchen and staff were friendly and helpful. The only minor was the check in is between 4 and 7 pm and check out is by 10 am.

    Reviewed by Waldir5.0May 2018

  • "We had a fantastic time."

    The staff and owners were so helpful and amazing! Clean, friendly, well stocked holiday lodge. Hot tub in mint condition and cleaned every few days. The whole area is beautiful and so close to everything. We will definitely returning.

    Reviewed by Sarah5.0Mar 2018

  • "We had a peaceful and relaxing holiday."

    The location is excellent.The people on the front desk went out on the way help you, and I would highly recommend to anyone stay here.

    Reviewed by Alan5.0Aug 2017

  • "Both me and my partner had such a beautiful valentine weekend in this lodge, Hot tub was absolutely amazing!"

    ! Will definitely book up again very soon.

    Reviewed by Rebecca5.0Feb 2017

  • "Amazing place will be returning"

    Reviewed by Diane4.8Oct 2016

  • "This was the first time we had stopped at Beaconsfield Farm Holiday Park."

    On arrival first impressions were good. Well maintained areas around the Lodges and Caravans. Two good sized fishing lakes and the caravans segregated from the lodges. Booking in was quick, easy and we were directed to our lodge in no time at all. Being able to park next to your lodge is a bonus as in other lodge locations we have stayed at, you left the car at the entrance. Callow Lodge 2 was clean, spacious and comfortable with two double bedrooms. The hot tub was secluded and private. I had booked a two bedroom lodge with the intention of my Brother and Sister in Law staying for two nights on their way down from Scotland to London. However, I was told this was not allowed unless I paid an additional fee. It was also pointed out that, although their were two double bedrooms, Sykes cottages advertised it for three people, when clearly the lodge was set up for four. Another aspect of the booking that was not pointed out by Sykes Cottages, were the number of rules you had to adhere too. No vehicles with commercial markings allowed on site. Check in had to be no later than 7pm. Any guests had to be booked in at £10 per person per visit. Only allowed to visit between 10am and 9pm. Visitors cars were to be left at the entrance. No use of the Hot Tub after dusk. Although these rules did not detract from an enjoyable holiday, I feel that Sykes Cottages should have notified us prior to arrival.

    Reviewed by Philip5.0Sep 2016

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  • All ground floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin & WC, 1 x king-size double
  • Bathroom with bath, hand shower, basin & WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area & sitting area leading to deck & hot tub.
  • Gas central heating
  • Gas oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, shared use of on-site laundry service for guests on site
  • Wall-mounted 32'' flat screen TV, Freeview, DVD
  • WiFi access in on-site coffee shop and restaurant
  • Use of indoor heated swimming pool (40'x20') & steam room at £3 per adult
  • Off road parking beside lodge for 1 car and the site has a park and ride to the town (£2 all day as of 2024)
  • Private hot tub on deck, plus furniture & views over lawn and fishing pond
  • One well-behaved dog welcome (small breed only)
  • Fuel & power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen & towels inc. in rent.Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop & pub 1 mile
  • Arrival Welcome Pack includes Prosecco, Milk, Tea, Coffee and Biscuits
  • Coffee shop and restaurant on site, restaurant is Tuesday to Sunday
  • The swimming pool is available for private hire directly with the site
  • Note: Swimming pool session times & fees apply, course fishing at £5 per rod per day, pamper packs available, contact office for further details
  • Over 21s only
  • Note: Arrivals strictly on a Friday, Saturday or Monday
  • Note: This property operates a strict check-in time of between 4pm and 7pm
  • Note: No arrivals on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or Boxing Day, guests can arrive on the 27th December, irrelevant of the day
  • Note: Charging of electric vehicles is not permitted

The property

An outstanding, detached timber lodge, located on the fabulous, award-winning Beaconsfield Holiday Park, just four miles from Shrewsbury.

Set solely over the ground floor, this cottage near Shrewsbury provides a wonderful base for a relaxing, adults-only getaway exploring this glorious area.

This Shrewsbury cottage offers two charming king-size double bedrooms, one with its very own en-suite shower room, and a separate bathroom with a bath, perfect for a relaxing soak after a day exploring the area.

There is a delightful open plan living area, which incorporates a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area leading out through patio doors to decking and a luxurious, private hot tub.

There is also a table and chairs where you can enjoy alfresco dining and a glass of wine on warm summer evenings.

The Beaconsfield Holiday Park provides a host of wonderful facilities, go for a swim in the indoor heated swimming pool, relax in the steam room, or sample the on-site coffee shop and restaurant.

There are also great fishing opportunities on site, and with just a short drive from Shrewsbury, Church Stretton, Ludlow, and Ironbridge with its ten museums, this is a fabulous base for exploring Shropshire.

This marvellous cottage is ideal for a relaxing break, all year round.

Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £75.

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About the location


Shrewsbury Park and Ride 1.5 miles; Ironbridge 11 miles; Much Wenlock 12 miles.

The Rose Award, 5 Pennant AA winning, 50-acre Beaconsfield Farm Holiday Park is exclusively for adults of 25 and over. This prestigious park nestles in scenic Shropshire countryside, 4 miles from Shrewsbury centre, one of England's most picturesque Tudor towns. On the park, you can enjoy an indoor heated swimming pool, steam room and coffee shop, relax in the Bothy Restaurant with full a-la-carte menu, or enjoy a day's coarse fishing. This is perfect for unwinding and re-charging those batteries, whilst being only 1.5 miles from the park & ride into medieval Shrewsbury. The town offers a superb selection of shops, along with cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs. Visit NT's stately Attingham Park, Wroxeter Roman City, the museums at Ironbridge, the castle and Michelin starred restaurants of Ludlow, or Stokesay Castle. A wonderful year-round location for enjoying those little luxuries in life.

Note: Arrivals strictly on a Friday, Saturday or Monday.

Note: This property operates a strict check-in time of between 4pm and 7pm.

Note: No arrivals on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or Boxing Day, guests can arrive on the 27th December, irrelevant of the day

Note: Over 21s only and no children allowed.

Note: Due to local licensing laws, commercial vehicles are not permitted on this site.

Note: This property requires a Good Housekeeping Bond of £75.

Note: Charging of electric vehicles is not permitted.

One well-behaved dog welcome (small breed only).

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas