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Ashlea Pools Lodges is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, enjoying a peaceful lakeside setting in one of the most beautiful and peaceful areas of South Shropshire.
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Beaconsfield Park

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Beaconsfield Park is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, nestling in the heart of glorious Shropshire countryside close to the village of Hadnall, just 2 miles from the medieval historic town of Shrewsbury.
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Commanding panoramic views over the Banwy Valley from their peaceful setting above the small village of Llangadfan, these well-appointed lodges enjoy elevated balconies overlooking their own lawn and are perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of modern life.
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Black Hall Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection.
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Bowbrook Lodges is a quiet and unspoilt location which offers cosy lodges to quirky glamping safari tents.
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Nestled inside a Worcestershire Countryside Golf Course, Bredon View is an ideal countryside getaway, only a stones throw from the historic market town of Pershore.
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Set in secluded grounds within the Shropshire border with Wales, this small park boasts fantastic views of Chirk Castle.
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Peacefully tucked away in the breathtaking Clun Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, these stunning lodges sit just 5 minutes’ walk from Clunton village.
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Nestled peacefully in the wonderful Shropshire countryside, this exclusive cluster of luxury lodges offers the perfect escape for couples or families looking to kick back and relax in an idyllic location.
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Henlle Hall Cottages

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Henlle Hall Cottages is part of our Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, a rural idyll nestling in 17 glorious acres of parkland encompassing Henlle Hall, an exquisite Georgian country house set peacefully on the English–Welsh borders.
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Henlle Hall Woodland Lodges is tucked away in 17 acres of glorious parkland surrounding historic Henlle Hall.
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Hidden Firs

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Hidden Firs, part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection, is a cluster of outstanding, quirky micro-lodges situated in the village of St Martin’s in north-west Shropshire.
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Love2Stay Shrewsbury

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Love2Stay Shrewsbury, a carefully developed resort location set in 22 acres of stunning countryside overlooking the Shropshire Hills National Landscape, offers everything you could ever need to unwind and reconnect with the world around you.
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Penllwyn Lodges is a peaceful paradise of unspoilt woodland and meadow nestling off the beaten track in breathtaking mid-Wales.
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Quarry Walk Lodges is tucked away off the beaten track amidst 46 acres of peaceful woodland deep in the Staffordshire countryside.
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West Midlands Visitor's Guide

Venture into the heart of the West Midlands for an unforgettable UK lodge break. It's a region celebrated for its vibrant cities, lush countryside, and a rich tapestry of cultural heritage. Birmingham, its bustling hub, offers an eclectic food scene, buzzing nightlife, and shopping experiences that rival London's. For those craving adventure, the West Midlands doesn't disappoint with its myriad of hiking trails, historic estates, and family-friendly attractions. Famed for the industrial revolution, it's a place where history and modernity blend seamlessly. Whether you're seeking a cosy retreat for two, a fun-packed family holiday, or a catch-up with mates, opting for a lodge or cabin here promises a unique getaway.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in West Midlands?

The West Midlands, a region steeped in both industrial heritage and natural beauty, offers a unique blend for travellers seeking something out of the ordinary. Forget the conventional hotel stay; opting for a lodge break here means immersing yourself in the lush, green landscapes and perhaps even waking up to the sound of birdsong outside your window. What makes 2024 special? The opening of the Midlands Safari Experience, promising an unparalleled wildlife adventure right in the heart of England. For festival-goers, the Birmingham Jazz Festival hits new notes this year, showcasing global talents. TripAdvisor ratings consistently praise the region for its friendly locals and diverse attractions, often highlighting the personal touch lodges offer over hotels. The West Midlands’ unique charm lies in its ability to blend modernity with tradition, offering visitors a taste of Britain's industrial revolution era alongside contemporary comforts and exhilarations.

If you're visiting West Midlands with kids

Absolutely, the West Midlands rolls out the red carpet for families, especially those opting for a lodge break. Lodges often offer more space and freedom for kids to play, making them an ideal choice for families. Top attractions include the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum (B4 7XG), where interactive exhibits spark curiosity in young minds, and the magical Cadbury World (B30 1JR), a must-visit for chocolate lovers. Not to forget, the Dudley Zoological Gardens (DY1 4QF) offers close encounters with exotic animals in a castle setting.

  1. Sunscreen and hats for those sunny days out.
  2. Comfortable walking shoes for everyone.
  3. Raincoats - because, well, it's Britain.
  4. A lightweight backpack for snacks and water.
  5. Camera or smartphone for capturing those memorable moments.

Taking your Pet?

The West Midlands is a haven for pets, with plenty of lodges offering pet-friendly accommodations. Look for lodges with enclosed gardens to give your furry friends a safe space to explore. When it comes to dining out, The Plough and Harrow (B16 0NP) and The Dog and Doublet Inn (ST18 0DJ) welcome pets with open arms, offering water bowls and sometimes even a treat. A real tip? Always check the pet policy directly with the lodge and any attractions you plan to visit to avoid any surprises.

Dog walking ideas in West Midlands

RouteDistance (miles)SceneryPostcode
Canal Side Walk, Birmingham2-5Urban/CanalB1 2EA
Lickey Hills Country Park1-10Woodland/HillsB45 8ER
Clent Hills2-8Rural/HillsB62 0NL
Sheldon Country Park1-3Parkland/FarmB26 3TU
Waseley Hills Country Park1-5Hills/CountrysideB45 9AT

From the urban exploration along the Canal Side Walk to the breath-taking views atop Clent Hills, these dog-walking routes offer a variety of scenery for both you and your pet to enjoy. Each location provides a different experience, whether you're looking for a leisurely stroll or a more challenging hike. Remember to keep your dog on a leash where required and always clean up after them to keep these beautiful spots enjoyable for everyone.

Popular Counties within West Midlands

Shropshire

Shropshire

Shropshire is a hidden gem, boasting the stunning Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Perfect for couples seeking tranquillity or families wanting outdoor adventures. Main attractions include Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (TF8 7JP), offering insight into the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. For foodies, Ludlow is a must-visit, renowned for its food festivals and Michelin-starred restaurants. Lodges here often come with breathtaking views and cosy fireplaces, ideal for a relaxing retreat. The county is also famous for the Shrewsbury Flower Show, attracting visitors from across the country.

Staffordshire

Staffordshire

Staffordshire thrills with Alton Towers Resort (ST10 4DB), the UK's leading theme park, offering adrenaline-pumping rides and family-friendly attractions. The main city, Stoke-on-Trent, is the world's pottery capital, with venues like The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery (ST1 3DW) showcasing fine ceramics. For food enthusiasts, Staffordshire oatcakes are a must-try local delicacy. The area's lodges often feature hot tubs and are a stone's throw away from the Peak District, perfect for hiking enthusiasts. The annual V Festival at Weston Park is a highlight, drawing major music acts.

Herefordshire

Herefordshire

Herefordshire is known for its breathtaking landscapes and the River Wye. Ideal for kayaking or leisurely walks. The county is famous for its cider production, with Westons Cider Mill (HR8 2NQ) offering tours and tastings. The historic city of Hereford is home to the Mappa Mundi, housed in Hereford Cathedral (HR1 2NG), showcasing medieval maps of the world. Lodges in Herefordshire blend rustic charm with modern amenities, providing a peaceful countryside escape. The Hereford Food Festival celebrates local produce and culinary talents each summer.

Worcestershire

Worcestershire

Worcestershire is rich in history and natural beauty, with the Malvern Hills (another Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) offering miles of walking trails and stunning views. The county is renowned for its Worcestershire sauce, with the Lea & Perrins factory in Worcester (WR5 1JG) being a quirky place to visit. The city of Worcester itself is steeped in history, with the majestic Worcester Cathedral (WR1 2LA) dominating the skyline. Lodges in Worcestershire often feature riverside locations, making them perfect for fishing or simply relaxing by the water. The annual Worcester Victorian Christmas Fayre is a festive highlight.

Midlands

Midlands

The Midlands, often referred to as the heart of England, offers a diverse range of experiences. From the bustling city life in Birmingham, known for its shopping at the Bullring & Grand Central (B5 4BU), to the tranquil waterways of the Birmingham Canal Navigations. The area boasts a strong industrial heritage, with attractions like the Black Country Living Museum (DY1 4SQ) in Dudley. Foodies will love the Birmingham food scene, particularly the famous Balti Triangle. Lodge breaks in the Midlands offer both rural retreats and city escapes, catering to all tastes. The Birmingham International Tattoo is a spectacular annual event showcasing military bands and displays.

Warwickshire

Warwickshire

Warwickshire is the birthplace of William Shakespeare, with Stratford-upon-Avon (CV37 6QW) drawing visitors worldwide to its historic theatres and Shakespearean sites. The county also offers the majestic Warwick Castle (CV34 4QU), providing a journey back in time with its medieval architecture and live shows. For families, the British Motor Museum (CV35 0BJ) in Gaydon is a hit, showcasing an impressive collection of historic vehicles. Warwickshire's lodges often incorporate luxury features like private hot tubs, nestled in picturesque countryside settings. The Warwick Folk Festival is an annual celebration of folk music and culture.

Each of these counties in the West Midlands has its unique charm and attractions, offering something for everyone, from history enthusiasts and nature lovers to adrenaline junkies and foodies. Whether you're planning a romantic getaway, a family holiday, or a solo adventure, the West Midlands' diverse landscape and rich cultural heritage make it a perfect destination.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cozy, home-away-from-home vibe with all the comforts you need. Most lodges in the West Midlands offer stunning natural surroundings, making it perfect for unwinding or exploring. You'll find modern amenities mixed with rustic charm, ensuring a relaxing and memorable stay.

What should I pack when visiting West Midlands?

Pack for comfort and adventure. Bring layers for the unpredictable British weather, sturdy shoes for walks, and your swimsuit for those lodge hot tubs. Don’t forget your camera - the West Midlands is full of photo-worthy landscapes and attractions like the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Yes, most lodges in the West Midlands offer on-site parking. It’s usually free and close to your accommodation, making it super convenient for unloading your gear or for days out exploring the local area.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

No worries! Many lodges come equipped with indoor entertainment like board games, TVs, and Wi-Fi. Plus, the West Midlands has plenty of indoor attractions, such as the Black Country Living Museum and Sea Life Birmingham, to keep you entertained.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely! While many lodges have fully equipped kitchens, sometimes you just want to relax. Local takeaways and some restaurants offer delivery services directly to lodges. Or, for a special treat, check out local farm shops for fresh, local produce to cook up.

Is West Midlands a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely. The off-season offers quieter attractions, cozier vibes in the lodges, and often, better deals. Plus, the West Midlands has a charm all its own in the autumn and winter, with festive markets and beautiful natural scenery that's especially magical under a blanket of snow.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, your hot tub will be sparkling clean. Lodges in the West Midlands pride themselves on their cleanliness and hygiene, so expect your hot tub to be ready and waiting for you to jump in the moment you arrive.

Are there any kid-friendly activities nearby?

Loads! The West Midlands is great for kids. Check out Drayton Manor Theme Park for thrilling rides or Cadbury World for chocolatey fun. Many lodges are also close to parks and nature reserves for outdoor adventures.

How accessible are the lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges in the West Midlands are designed with accessibility in mind, offering ground-floor bedrooms, walk-in showers, and ramps. It’s best to check with your specific lodge ahead of time to ensure it meets all your needs.

Can we bring our dog on a lodge break?

Absolutely! The West Midlands is very pet-friendly, and many lodges welcome furry friends, often with small additional charges. There are plenty of walking trails and parks for your pup to explore, making it a great getaway for the whole family.