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12 Astbury Falls

Nr Eardington Bridgnorth Shropshire WV16 6AT
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Bentley Lodge

self catering lodge Near Bridgnorth in Shropshire : The ultimate Shropshire Staycation which is available all year to enjoy for short let or longer holidays for romantic breaks.

Bentley Lodge has all the facilities expected in a luxury holiday home in order to relax in the peace and tranquility of the Astbury Falls location. 4star Bentley Lodge is an outstanding Scandinavian Redwood two bedroom lodge, beautifully decorated and furnished throughout in contemporary style. Freeview TV & DVD. Superbly equipped luxury kitchen: dishwasher; washer/dryer; fridge/freezer. Bathroom: bath & shower (plus en suite). Sauna. 2 double bedrooms with flat-screen TV’s. Linen and duvets included. Beds made up for arrival. Timber-decked veranda with garden furniture. Central heating. Gas log-effect fire. Gas and electricity included. Welcome pack on arrival. Enjoy Market towns; Swimming; Cycling, Walking, Riding on Jack Mytton Way and the Severn Valley Steam Railway

Olympic Home Much Wenlock: Less than 10 miles from Much Wenlock: home of the modern Olympic Games & close to Wenlock Edge for walking.

The Olympian Connection. William Penny Brookes was born in Much Wenlock in 1809 where his father was one of the local doctors. The family house is in Wilmore Street opposite the Parish Church. In 1831, William Penny Brookes returned to Much Wenlock to take over his father’s GP practice. In 1850 Brookes formed the Wenlock Olympian Class. The first Games, held in October 1850, were a mixture of athletics and also traditional country sports such as quoits, football and cricket. These early Games sometimes included a ‘ fun’ event; once a wheelbarrow race, another year an old woman’s race for a pound of tea, these events were not usually a part of the general programme. The Wenlock Olympian Society Annual Games are still held, every July, at the Windmill Field though this area is now designated the Gaskell Recreation Ground. From the beginning some events were open to all-comers.

Severn Leisure Centre: Severn Centre at Bridgnorth Road, Highley, Shropshire. WV16 6JS, Tel: 01746 860000.

Gerry Hitchens Fitness Suite

Their fully air conditioned fitness suite offers the latest in cardiovascular and resistance equipment combined with a state of the art audio and visual entertainment system. Circuit classes take place weekly

Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool

The large 25 x 10m heated open air swimming pool provides the holiday atmosphere. With picnic area, sweet kiosk and baby pools, there is something for everyone. Open May to October (weather permitting, please call to confirm), sessions include adult only, kid’s splash and swimming lessons.

Indoor Sports Hall

Suitable for Badminton, Volleyball, Trampolining, Indoor Cricket, Table Tennis, Gymnastics, Basketball, Martial Arts & much more.

Multi-Use Games Area

The all weather surface is ideal for Tennis (3 courts), Netball, 5 aside Football and Hockey. Flood Lights mean games can be played throughout the evening all year round.

Severn Valley Railway: The Severn Valley Railway operates steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster. Trains run every weekend and daily May to September plus local school holidays. Bookings available directly 01299 403816 open 09:30 to 18:00. Full Day rates available on request with child and senior citizen and family rates. Multi-journey available.

Discount Rates available for longer stays

Offers available as advertised

You can do all this whilst staying at Bentley Lodge in Astbury Falls.

A real Honeymoon destination.

Due to restrictions: No facility/ ability to accommodate children under 16 or Pets

Facilities

  • Bedlinen and towels included
  • Cooking facilities
  • Free Wifi
  • Hairdryer
  • Non smoking establishment
  • On site parking
  • Radio
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • TV
  • Rural location

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