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Ironbridge Lodge – Home 168348 Log cabin

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 2 nights min stay

Ironbridge Lodge – Home 168348

Excellent Excellent – based on 48 reviews

  • Log cabin
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 4 sleeps
  • 2 nights min stay

Log cabin / 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 130 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Detached and secluded Log Cabins, with stunning southerly views across Historic woodlands and valleys. PARK AND RIDE - 2 min walk from your Log cabin which is a convenient and hassle free way in which to access Ironbridge and surrounding attractions. The new 250 space Ironbridge Park and Ride, has excellent connections to all Ironbridge Gorge museums which offers buses every 12 minutes.

Huntsman and Willow lodge comprises of an open plan living area with open ceiling to the roof, a double bedroom, shower room and an additional mezzanine area with 2 single beds, or a double in Willow. The living area comfortably seats 4 adults, with separate dining and a modern galley kitchen with built in fridge/freezer, convection oven or microwave and 2 hob plates. Both the living area and double bedroom have French doors onto the covered terrace and the views beyond. There is also a private patio area to the side of the lodge with a picnic table, BBQ and separate reclining chairs are available.

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Detached and secluded Log Cabins, with stunning southerly views across Historic woodlands and valleys. PARK AND RIDE - 2 min walk from your Log cabin which is a convenient and hassle free way in which to access Ironbridge and surrounding attractions. The new 250 space Ironbridge Park and Ride, has excellent connections to all Ironbridge Gorge museums which offers buses every 12 minutes.

Huntsman and Willow lodge comprises of an open plan living area with open ceiling to the roof, a double bedroom, shower room and an additional mezzanine area with 2 single beds, or a double in Willow. The living area comfortably seats 4 adults, with separate dining and a modern galley kitchen with built in fridge/freezer, convection oven or microwave and 2 hob plates. Both the living area and double bedroom have French doors onto the covered terrace and the views beyond. There is also a private patio area to the side of the lodge with a picnic table, BBQ and separate reclining chairs are available.

There's a children's play area on site and plenty of room for a game of football, badminton or just to run. Aside from exploring the many museums and amazing history of the World Heritage site, the area is hugely popular with walkers and cyclists alike, plus is a convenient base to explore wider Shropshire, its medieval towns, spectacular scenery, historical sites and many National Trust and English heritage properties. Or if you prefer a less hectic break, then why not just sit back and relax, take in the beautiful scenery, eat in the great local restaurants, and sample fresh locally produced goods.

All Towels and Linen are provided however lodges are not serviced during your stay.

Please note:The Mezzanine area is accessed via a steep ladder and is not recommended for children under the age of 5.The lodge is accessed down a steady sloped pathway and is not recommended for people with limited mobility.

Great Places Nearby to visit:Much Wenlock - home of the original Olympic Games, Wenlock Edge, The Longmynd, Shropshire Hills and The Wrekin - fantastic walks with stunning views Bridgnorth – home to the famous Cliff Railway and Severn Valley Railway Shrewsbury – a beautiful and historic town Stoney Hill Farm1 Wynns Coppice Coalbrookdale Telford Shropshire TF4 3QE

PLEASE NOTE - the layout between Lodges do differ. During the winter months heating is provided.

Location description from owner

The England region

Ironbridge is an historic world heritage sight with 11 museums to visit, with a range of fantastic bars and restaurants to choice from. Great Places Nearby to visit include:Much Wenlock - home of the original Olympic Games, Wenlock Edge, The Longmynd, Shropshire Hills and The Wrekin - fantastic walks with stunning views Bridgnorth – home to the famous Cliff Railway and Severn Valley Railway Shrewsbury and Ludlow are beautiful and historic towns

Ironbridge

Huntsmans and Willow Lodge is located in Coalbrookdale, Ironbridge a World Heritage site. The lodge is in a 3 acre woodland clearing, gently sloping and facing due south. It is surrounded by Ancient historic woodland with extensive forest walks. The area is very quiet, and a great spot to relax and get close to nature. Ironbridge village is a 2o minute walk away, with the Ironbridge Park and ride being only a 2 min walk from your Lodge. Nearby Points of Interest include: Ironbridge Gorge Museums (0.5 mi). Once described as "the most extraordinary district in the world", the Ironbridge Gorge is still a remarkable, and beautiful, place to visit today. A huge amount of early industry survives as furnaces, factories, workshops, canals and the settlements of Coalbrookdale, Ironbridge, Jackfield and Coalport.Blists Hill Victorian Town (2 mi). At Blists Hill Victorian Town you can meet the Victorians in their shops, cottages and workplaces, see all the animals, enjoy a horse and cart ride or a cone of traditional Fish and Chips. Enginuity (0.5 mi, or a 10 minute walk from your Lodge), here you can switch on your imagination in their interactive Design & Technology Centre and discover how good ideas are turned into great products. Find out how a little ingenuity will let you pull a 10 ton locomotive or generate electricity from flowing water. Look at familiar objects with new eyes using the giant X ray machine, Build an earthquake proof tower and challenge their robotic arm. Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron (0.5 mi) Explore the site and the remains of the water powered blast furnace where Abraham Darby perfected the smelting of iron with coke instead of charcoal. It was the secret that helped make iron the essential material of the Industrial Revolution. Darby Houses (0.75 mi)Experience the everyday life of Coalbrookdale's Quaker ironmasters in the former homes of the Darby family - Rosehill House and Dale House. From their doorsteps you will get a grandstand view of the restored Furnace Pool which once helped power the ironworks. Step inside the houses and you will discover rooms packed with original family furniture, china, momentos, costumes and family papers. Broseley Pipe works (2 mile) Broseley, two miles from the Ironbridge, was once home to one of the most prolific clay tobacco pipe making factories in Britain. Production came to an end in the 1950's when the works were abandoned and left untouched until reopened as a Museum in 1996. In the restoration little has been changed since the workers left. The Museum is a wonderfully preserved time capsule of an ancient local industry. The Iron Bridge & Tollhouse (0.5 mile)The Toll house is now open every weekend during the local school summer holidays or by prior arrangement for groups and school parties. Follow in the footsteps of millions of tourists who since 1779 have journeyed here to marvel at the world's first cast-iron bridge. Jackfield Tile Museum (1 mile) As you wonder through the original gas-lit trade show room, galleries and period room setting you will be able to see, touch and even walk on magnificent British tiles. Tar Tunnel (1 mile)A short walk from Coalport China Museum, alongside the Shropshire Canal, takes you to the Tar Tunnel; over 200 years ago natural bitumen trickled like treacle into pools. It was turned into pitch, lamp black and rheumatics remedies. Now you can walk along this brick-lined tunnel where the bitumen still ozes through the walls. Don't forget to pick up your hard hat on the way in. Coalport China Museum (1 mile) Explore the exquisite national Collections of Coalport and Caughley china in the magnificent listed buildings that were home to the famous Coalport China factory until 1926. You can discover displays and demonstrations explaining the history and techniques of china making.Nearby Activities Canoe Hire (1.5 mi) Local Canoe Hire and Sales.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Double Bed
  • 1 Shower room

Amenities

  • Shared garden
  • Private garden
  • Climbing frame
  • Swing set
  • Trampoline
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Iron
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:15:00, Check out time:11:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
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Smoking
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About the owner

Tracy W
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated::
17 Nov 2016
Years listed:
5
Based in:
United Kingdom
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English


This Log cabin has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 4. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 13 Jun 2011. Located in Ironbridge Gorge, it has 48 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £375 to £430.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 17 Nov 2016.

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“Mr”

Reviewed 17 Nov 2016

Perfect for my needs. Secluded location was ideal and owners were extremely friendly and most accommodating . Lodge was very homely and cosy throughout .

Hi Brian Thank you for booking Huntsman Lodge. Hope to see you again. Tracy

“Could of been perfect”

Reviewed 9 Sep 2016

On arrival the cabins are lovely and set in a gorgeous setting. We appreciated the bread and butter on arrival, a thoughtful gesture, and made good use of the BBQ and children's area on the first evening in the sunshine. The area is beautiful and there are so many things to do, we would definitely return to iron bridge just not it this accommodation. On the first night a big spider was noticed (dead) in a cobweb in the living area, on the same evening a huge spider came down the walls. This was when we started to notice the cobwebs/dust. I would advise that the cleaner has a look head height and above, there were cobwebs and dead spiders in a lot of corners, on beams, in every room. It made for an uneasy stay. In all, my husband had to remove 6 huge spiders and discard of numerous more dead ones. I believe that if it had been cleaned properly this wouldn't of happened. We've stayed in nature in log cabins before and have never had this problem. It actually made us uneasy sleeping and ruined the holiday for me. I also found the owner not very helpful when it came to the heating. On the first morning we woke and it was chilly. We couldn't find the heating that it was advertised as having so sent a text to the owner who replied that they do not provide heaters in the certain months of the year and asked why we would need it. I found this to be very rude. Firstly, why else would I ask for a heater other than being cold! Secondly, it is not advertised to only have heating through certain months of the year. As you know the 'British summer' is not very reliable and a log cabin without a fire or heater is not the warmest of places. Thirdly, we had read a review where somebody else mentioned the heaters and the owner responded that they only provided one through the summer months. We stayed in August and even though we paid for all the amenities advertised, we were asked why we needed one. Needless to stay I didn't bother responding, it was not the customer service I was expecting. It's a shame, ignoring the heating issue, if the cabin was thoroughly cleaned we would of returned again and again. The cabins are in a perfect setting and have everything you need and are at such a good price but would I return. I wouldn't!

Sorry to hear you experienced a problem with Spiders. Late August and set in the middle of the woods I would expect the odd spider or two. You should see my bath, this time a year, it's a nightmare having to remove them!. Regarding the heating, I had already explained to you, I was leaving for holiday on the Saturday morning and had already left. August is a warm month and Cabins get very warm. I don't believe I've recieved any other comments concerning the heating, but I will check my reviews? Past guests frequently comment about the cleanliness of the Lodges and I don't believe you found dust, unless you were hanging from the rafters on the ceiling and checking above the beams? Thank You for acknowledging the area, it is beautiful and am very proud to offer 5* accommodation All the best Tracy

“Lovely break”

Reviewed 11 Aug 2016

Had a lovely break here. Accommodation was great, lovely setting very peaceful. Tracy was so helpful and friendly. Lots to see and do in the area.

“Amazing christmas”

Reviewed 30 Dec 2015

My partner and I wanted something special for our first proper Christmas together wow did we get it, the lodge and views were stunning. Tracy and Russell were so welcoming, we enjoyed it so much we are going back for new year and will definitely be going again plenty of times in the future. Thankyou Tracy and Russell, Briland and I had a fantastic Christmas.x

“Wonderful lodge in a stunning location”

Reviewed 7 Jul 2015

Tracy was welcoming and helpful. The lodge was clean, comfortable and the views stunning. A relaxing break, we hope to be back.

“Great relaxing trip”

Reviewed 6 Jul 2015

We really enjoyed our stay, it was lovely quiet and beutiful. We hope to return again. With more of the clan. Accomodation was perfect for us, no complaints at all.

“chilled break”

Reviewed 14 Jun 2015

this was a very nice Log cabin in a quiet and peaceful surrounding with the woods all around as you see in pictures, Tracy was very nice & friendly told us were places of interest where, we had a couple of meals in Ironbridge which there are quite a few to choose from.

“Absolutely Gorgeous”

Reviewed 24 Feb 2015

Will definitely be returning, went away for valentines weekend, also got engaged at the Willow Lodge. Can not fault the lodge or Tracy they are both absolutely amazing. Will be returning in the Summer.

Hi Ellie and Jake So glad you both enjoyed your stay. A massive congratulations on your engagement Tracy x

“Wonderful accommodation”

Reviewed 29 Sep 2014

Loved our stay at Willow Lodge. Bright, clean, warm, comfortable. Warm welcome and delicious pork pie awaiting us. Mezzanine a bit difficult to access for us 'oldies' but our tall, younger, friend could manage it. Will come back but don't think suitable to bring our Young grandchildren, which is a shame. Will have to wait until they are older.

“Hidden Gem”

Reviewed 7 Sep 2014

Lovely log cabins above a gorge next to Ironbridge ( 30 min walk downhill 8 min back uphill on free park and ride service - recommended ). Pork pies in fridge was a nice welcome . The kids played with Addy the friendly dog and also played badminton in the clearing in front of the forest . The overhead power lines and power station chimneys did not detract from the beauty and peace of the place and the reason I suspect for its outstanding value . Thank you Tracy and family for the warm reception and loan of hair dryer for three girls going to a wedding ... Doug

Thanks Doug for your kind words, hope you all had a great wedding celebration. The Ironbridge gorge Cooling towers have become an icon for Ironbridge. Power station closes 2015 and most locals are campaigning for Chimneys to remain, I do think they look beautiful and enjoy seeing the changing colours brought about by the sun. Hope you all had a safe journey home and hope to maybe see you all again. Tracy x

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