Stay in a luxurious canvas lodge nestled in the serene Shropshire countryside. With glorious views over bluebell woodland, this private rural retreat offers accommodation for up to four guests and comes equipped with all the simple pleasures you will need for a glamping escape.
The off-grid abode is filled with indulgent furnishings from the solid oak table, chairs, and beds with snuggly soft duvets to the deluxe rattan sofa. Outside there is a barbecue and firepit for cooking and congregations beneath the clear night sky, while the private balcony and gardens provide a peaceful place to watch the birds and the butterflies wander by. Awaken to the sound of the dawn chorus and spot plenty of other wild things from busy squirrels to burrowing badgers. Disconnect from the outside world and immerse yourself in this tranquil glamping wonderland.
The site is beautifully positioned in the Shropshire Hills - a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - with so many wonderful things to see and do in the vicinity. Explore a variety of magnificent countryside including Mortimer Forest and the Clee Hills; perfect for walkers, cyclists, or nature enthusiasts. Visit Ludlow, 'the loveliest town in England' for its array of listed buildings, bistros and cafes, plus the glorious River Teme which meanders its way through the town. Stop by this fabulous historical destination for a spot of lunch or an indulgent evening meal, or simply wander through the beautiful streets and visit the huge variety of independent shops.
Bluebell View has its own private balcony with gorgeous views across the natural habitat. There is also a private garden for guest to enjoy and a 45-acre woodland estate to explore.
The historical town of Ludlow is just 6 miles away, which provides plenty of artisan shops and gastronomical delights, as well as the famous Ludlow castle, plus a host of other interesting attractions. Stumble across a number of award-winning Michelin Star restaurants, the famous Ludlow market, Wycliffe Common and a variety of stunning cafes and river walks.
Also in the area, discover a variety of designated areas of natural beauty including The Clee Hills, Mortimer Forest and The Shropshire Hills, which are popular with walkers, cyclists and activity enthusiasts.
For another interesting day trip visit Stokesay Castle, Berrington Hall National Trust with its stunning gardens and grounds or the Shropshire Wildlife Trust.
For children, there are several exciting activities available. Within reach is the famous Severn Valley Railway, Ironbridge, Rays Farm, Wyre Forest, Millie Millers Playbarn, Severn Valley Quad Trecking, and of course the famous West Midlands Safari Park which is just a 30-minute drive away
Bluebell view comes complete with its own kitchen, solid oak furniture, rattan sofa, a double bed, plus two air beds, all with luxuriant bedding. The canvas accommodation stays lovely and warm during all types of weather with the wonderful addition of a woodburning stove.
Outside you will find a gas barbecue, outdoor furniture, and a fire pit to go with the magnificent countryside location.
The en-suite bathroom facilities include a hot shower, flushing toilet, plus super soft towels and toiletries. Everything you need for a glamorous glamping holiday.
There is no electricity in Bluebell View, so put away your devices and indulge in a revitalizing digital detox. However, a free charging service is provided for those who can't bear to go without.
A roofed carport is available to park your car near the site.
Well behaved dogs are welcome; however, they must be supervised at all times and additional charges will apply.
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