The location of Pine Lodges at Arscott Golf Club, set in an elevated position amongst mature oaks and other trees, takes full advantage of the fantastic views from the south facing verandahs, some with outdoor hot tubs, overlooking the fairways and the South Shropshire Hills, an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.
A haven for lovers of tranquillity and those who enjoy nature and the great outdoors.
It is no coincidence that the lodges are named after birds - cuckoo, woodpecker and mallard. All can be heard along with more melodious songbirds in the surrounding trees and on the many ponds close by.
Superb opportunities for walking, cycling, fishing and pony trekking abound or why not enjoy a complimentary round of golf, or just a knock about on the putting green.
Nearby National Trust properties include Powys Castle and Attingham Park while the Ironbridge Gorge Museum is only a short drive away. Take a visit to the South Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre where you can see the full sized mammoth discovered in Shropshire, as well as learning more about the areas amazing geological history.
Mediaeval Shrewsbury boasts many historic buildings with excellent shops, theatre and great restaurants and pubs along with the wonderful Quarry Park, ringed by the River Severn.
Do as much or as little as you like - this is a great place to relax and unwind and a warm welcome awaits you in the clubhouse, serving food and drinks, if you need pampering after a long day out.
This park has: Golf club with 18 hole golf course and a complimentary round of golf available (weather permitting)
Please note: Facility opening times may vary – please check when booking