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Gadlas Park
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Gadlas Park is a small cluster of luxurious lodges offering a relaxing base for a break in the Shropshire countryside. The lodges are beautifully designed will all the mod cons and stylish interiors and are also well appointed beside a peaceful fishing lake making them ideal for couples and families alike. Shropshire is a wonderful place to visit and there are a good selection of market towns and pretty villages just a short drive from the park. Shrewsbury is the closest town and has plenty of ...
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  • Outdoor Hot tubs
  • Idyllic lakeside setting
  • On site coarse fishing
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Gadlas Park is a small cluster of luxurious lodges offering a relaxing base for a break in the Shropshire countryside. The lodges are beautifully designed will all the mod cons and stylish interiors and are also well appointed beside a peaceful fishing lake making them ideal for couples and families alike.

Shropshire is a wonderful place to visit and there are a good selection of market towns and pretty villages just a short drive from the park. Shrewsbury is the closest town and has plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as some medieval buildings.

The farm also hires out cycles. Coed Llandegle Forest has some fantastic mountain bike trials as well as a good choice of walking trials suitable for everyone in the family. There's also a visitors centre and cafe serving delicious cakes and scones!

Facilities here are low key, its all about fishing and relaxing. There are shops and pubs within easy reach so you can enjoy dining out or can cook up a storm in your well equipped kitchen.

The Queens Lodge is stunning and was brand new in 2017! Offering the ultimate in lodge luxury, you can expect a top end finish, beautiful décor and furnishings and extra features including an outdoor hot tub. The kitchen comes complete with a dish washer and the lounge area has a flat screen TV. The hot tub is located on the spacious verandah which is furnished with a table and chairs is is the ideal place for enjoying a glass of wine wine with a view!

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Accommodation features
  • New in 2017. A cluster of modern and contemporary one and two bedroom lodges, ideal location for outdoor adventures or a romantic escape whatever time of year you choose to visit.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview
  • Wi-Fi * (in Sandringham Lodge only)
  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Dishwasher (in The Queens and Sandringham lodges only)
  • Washing machine (in Sandringham lodge only)
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Quality bed linen, duvet and towels included
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Verandah with garden furniture
  • Electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs £7 each per week or £4 each per short break
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £10 each per night (max 1) (in Windsor and Buckingham lodges only) Charges apply
  • Complimentary welcome pack including tea, coffee, milk, local cakes or biscuits and a bottle of wine
  • Private carp fishing available onsite – £20 per day/1 peg per lodge
  • All non smoking accommodation
  • Adjacent parking
Our Top Tip
"If you enjoy horse riding then you can head to nearby Springhill Farm and ride out on a trek to explore the countryside."
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Jonathan, Inverness
Date of stay: 6th July 2018
Lodge was beautiful and beyond our expectations. Surroundings and views from the lodge were stunning. Loved the hot tub which was toasty and ready to jump into as soon as we arrived. Would highly recommend and will definitely be returning.
Toby, Stafford
Date of stay: 25th June 2018
Really enjoyable stay in a loverly lodge. Have already recommended to friends and colleagues.
James, Hartlepool
Date of stay: 22nd June 2018
Absolutely fantastic place to holiday! The lodge itself was beautiful inside and out, it has been finished to a very high standard! Comfortable and cosy. The hot tub was a particular favourite. Our only downside would be that it was checked everyday which meant we where sometimes planning around when we thought the owner would be turning up to use the hot tub so we weren't in it when they wanted to check it which could've been awkward.
Elissia, Darlaston
Date of stay: 18th June 2018
Excellent will definitely return. Would love to stay for longer but the lack of WiFi makes this difficult as we still need to be able to contact others for work purposes but unable to do so because of poor signal and no wifi
Gwen, Bury
Date of stay: 25th May 2018
A good experience
Glynis, Nuneaton
Date of stay: 21st May 2018
wonderful lodge, very comfortable, clean, modern wonderful hot tub.
J., Cornwall
Date of stay: 14th May 2018
The lodge was very clean and comfortable. I think the bed was one of the most comfy I have ever slept in!! The hot tub was very private and a treat at the end of a day of sightseeing
Deborah, Leeds
Date of stay: 30th March 2018
Buckingham Lodge was lovely, modern, and spacious, a top of the range Lodge.

We loved the ensuite corner bath and the super comfy super kingside bed.

The hot tub was fabulous and had a great view of the lake.

The only minor niggle was that there was no rear exit so to get to the hot tub you had to go out of the main door. It would have been nice if the fencing/gate extended past the door but as I say this is just a very minor suggestion for improvement.
Karen, Mansfield Woodhouse
Date of stay: 23rd March 2018
Fantastic lodge, been twice now. Definitely recommend.
Jonathan, Preston
Date of stay: 9th February 2018
We had a great time here just wish we could of stayed longer.
Mark, Rugby
Date of stay: 22nd January 2018
This holiday was booked for a birthday weekend away and after a sticky start, warmed up to be a very enjoyable and comfortable break. We loved Shropshire and the lodge was very well proportioned and fitted to an exceptionally high standard.
Jamie, Cannock
Date of stay: 15th January 2018
All I can say is stunning. Very clean and tidy bottle of wine on arrival.
Pamela, Crewe
Date of stay: 1st January 2018
It was a lovely break & beautiful lodge with everything we needed even down to Xmas lights & a wreath on the front door & wine to celebrate the new year. There were a lot of thoughtful touches That we did not expect.
Date of stay: 27th December 2017
As I stated the lodge is outstanding
Patricia, Northamptonshire
Date of stay: 27th December 2017
Excellent holiday!
Dayle, Wakefield
Date of stay: 18th December 2017
Excellent really friendof park owner and nice place went with 2 small children and they loved it 2
Keysha, Swindon
Date of stay: 4th December 2017
Would definitely recommend to friends and family. Lovely place inside and out. Owners don't rush you to leave also.
Date of stay: 13th November 2017
Had a great time
Karen, Mansfield Woodhouse
Date of stay: 13th November 2017
Brand new lodge, so comfortable and warm. Will definitely be coming back. In fact I was in two minds whether to review because I don't want anyone else to know about it
Kim, Hull
Date of stay: 10th November 2017
Perfect place. So relaxing and peaceful. The lodges are all amazing and design is great. Could not fault anything.
Had a 4 night break in the Queens retreat absolutely beautiful will definately return
Fantastic lodge fitted out to a very high standard. Hot tub amazing well worth the money .only 2 downsides were nothing at all within walking distance .& the fishing was poor very small carp.
Great lodge, great park. So peaceful
Beautiful property . Furnished to very high standard yet still feels really homely. Everything really clean and well kept. Hot tub a lovely addition as was the complimentary bottle of wine in chiller. Would most defenitely recommend to others and will be revisiting ourselves in the future.
Fabulous quiet park in the countryside, lovely dark nights with very little light pollution. Literally two minutes and you are in Wales.
Lodge was lovely very clean and modern, lovely peaceful location, very warm and extremely comfy beds.
This is a stunning lodge with the best hot tub we've had. With a few tweaks we would have quite happily given 10/10. The view over the pond is lovely but the trees were bare so unfortunately we could see the houses which were close by. The decking are was large and lovely to relax on. We thought we were going to be away from traffic etc but we were on the edge of the village. This village doesn't have shops or eating places that we could see. Ellesmere is only a short drive which has plenty of local shops and a Tesco. Ellesmere was lovely for a walk around the mere or along the canal. Lovely tea rooms and other eating places here. There are many walks available but best to look them up before you go as at present there isn't a information book in the lodge. After speaking to the very friendly owner on departure, and mentioning the odd things to him, we feel this lodge will be an extremely high standard in a very short while. Make sure you take a hairdryer and a shaver plug if you use an electric razor.
Fantastic log cabin. We will definitely be back. Staff were very friendly when I contacted them about visitors, and couldn’t be more accommodating.
Lodge location was really peaceful, and the lodge was really cosy. We managed to fish every day and caught carp and roach, our boys were really happy with that, especially when we were fishing in February. Bed was super comfy, and Hot Tub definitely a winner. Would definitely recommend this lodge really clean and bathroom and showers were great. Robes and slippers were provided for us, and it was Valentines weekend so rose petals on the bed and Bottle of wine were left for us. If I could make one suggestion, it would be a long handled indoor brush and mop maybe to be left in the porch, especially when my boys were coming in from fishing or the hot tub. Maybe a couple more pyrex dishes for the oven. Apart from that had a great week. Thanks.
Amazing place, the lodge is very modern and very spacious, had an amazing time, the hot tub was perfect, love how the bed and table was all made from real wood, was no reception so your left to your own devices wich is really nice will definitely be returning.
We had a great time here. Fantastic lodge and location. We will defiantly be coming again.
2nd stay in the sandringham lodge , love this lodge will defiantly goin back for a third stay ,everything about lodge and jacuzzi 5 star highly recommended
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about 23 Miles
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about 26 Miles
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about 27 Miles
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about 27 Miles
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