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Primrose Lodge

Shrewsbury Shropshire SY
01694 247832

Unique charming and peaceful countryside lodge

This delightful, single storey conversion lies in the quaint and picturesque hamlet of Albrightlee near Shrewsbury. Perfect for couples, this charming retreat is a lovely place to call home while exploring the surrounding area, including Shrewsbury, one of England’s finest medieval market towns. Step into the open-plan living space, appointed with a snug sofa where you can curl up after a day of exploring, in front of an alluring electric fire and Smart TV.

The space
Welcome to Primrose Lodge, situated in the countryside on the outskirts of Shrewsbury.
As you approach the Lodge from the road, down a tree-lined driveway, park your car to the left and enter the property to the open-plan sitting room / kitchen diner area.

There is a well-equipped kitchen, offering an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine.

Venture through to the wonderful bedroom, presented with soft furnishings and a king-size bed, along with a contemporary en-suite shower room with double walk-in shower cubicle. Take yourself outside and enjoy a drink on the outside patio, complete with table and chairs.
A charming spot to sit back and relax.


One king-size bedroom with en-suite shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC.

Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area.

Oil-fired underfloor central heating and electric fire.

Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, Smart TV and WiFi.

All amenities included with your stay.

Hotel quality bed linen and towels, professionally laundered for your comfort.

Off-road parking for two cars.

Patio with furniture and barbecue.

Strictly no smoking or vaping in the property.

Shop and pub 1 mile away.

Five miles away lies the thriving medieval market town centre of Shrewsbury, where you can explore quaint architecture amongst a host of first class amenities. The town offers superb retail therapy, fine restaurants and gastro pubs, as well as many scenic strolls and picnic spots along the River Severn, or you could catch a show at the Theatre Severn.
Alternatively, stroll the Quarry Park, home to an impressive annual Shrewsbury Flower Show and Food Festival, or there is the National Trust-owned Attingham Park, an 18th century estate boasting 200 acres of parkland and Regency Mansion to discover.

Those wanting to get their steps in could ramble the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, or seek further attraction in the popular destinations of Church Stretton and local villages. Alternatively, venture to Much Wenlock, a beautifully preserved medieval town before visiting Ironbridge, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site to brush up on the local history.

If you’re looking for a romantic base for touring this fine part of England, look no further than Primrose Lodge.

Guest access
Guests will have the Lodge with rear garden to themselves and many local walks nearby.

Other things to note
The hosts live close by and operate a working farm producing wild flower seeds.
Guests are more than welcome to walk around the field where they produce the seeds. The entrance is through the gate opposite the drive. Please keep to the grass track around the perimeter or the grass track down the middle of the field.

There are 50 different species grown here attracting a wide range of bee species including bees from our own apiary, also with a wide range of butterflies and for those interested, photo opportunities abound.

The pond in the middle of the field was dug out from a wet patch a few years ago and is home to Frogs, Newts including Great Crested Newts, Dragonflies and a range of insects attracting Bats in the evening. The wire tube in the middle of the pond is a nesting site for ducks, safe from predators, it often produces 2 or 3 clutches of ducklings per year.

There are various tree and shrub species including Wild Service, Birch, Wild Cherry and Spindle planted as windbreaks, to enhance the landscape, or specifically for seed production. There is probably sufficient tree seeds harvested to produce 1 million trees per year, a useful contribution towards the demand for planting more trees in the UK.


  • Bedlinen and towels included
  • On street parking
Winter sunrise from the Wrekin ❤️ 

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