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Holiday Cottages

Woodside Fishery can now offer four holiday cabins in a secluded spot set within three acres of undisturbed natural woodland. Located just inside the South Shropshire border in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the cabins offer an idyllic and peaceful retreat for both families and couples of all ages.

A typical holiday cabin

Just 1.5 miles outside the picturesque market town of Cleobury Motimer and within a short distance of Tenbury Wells, Ludlow, Bewdley and Bridgnorth, the cabins offer the perfect location for your rural retreat.

The cabins are surrounded by mature woodland

The cabins are fully self-catering and offer spacious and comfortable accommodation for up to eight adults with all modern facilities. Fully double-glazed with gas central heating and satellite TV, the cabins comprise of: three 10' x 10' bedrooms (two bedrooms with x2 single beds, one master bedroom with double bed, plus double bed settee in living area), single 8' x 8' bathroom with shower, a 21' x 17' living/dining area with kitchen and 20m2 elevated decked area acting as patio/BBQ area.

Bed linen and towels are provided.

All four cabins offer private parking alongside the property and individual picnic area.

Pets are not allowed.

No stag or hen party bookings.

Wheelchair Friendly Accommodation

The new cabins enjoy fantastic panoramic views over-looking Charlie's Pool

As from December 2012, we are also pleased to offer holiday accommodation specifically tailored for wheelchair access.

The are two cabins on site situated close by the owner's property offering a wealth of facilities including a large level parking area right alongside the properties, a fully fitted 'wet-room' complete with shower chair and additional supports, easy access power points, wide access doors, ramped entrance and all-in-one kitchen / dining / living room. The cabins also boast arguably the best location on site with each property enjoying fantastic views over-looking Charlie's pool.

The cabins have been finished to a high standard and offer a comfortable, relaxing stay.

For a more detailed look inside one of the NEW cabins, please visit our videos page.

Accommodation does not include the cost of fishing. Adults staying in the cabins are offered a concession and pay £5 per day and children pay just £3.00.

2012 Tariff

Duration: £ Single £ Couple / Group
Per Night 30.00 30.00 pp
Per Week 200.00 175.00 pp (upto 3 sharing)
150.00 pp (4 plus sharing)

Please note Woodside Fishery reserve the right to change prices without prior notice and refuse admission. Prices remain fixed regardless of the time of year.

For all enquiries including availability, please be sure to contact us.

Please be advised that guests leaving the cottages must check out by 10am latest. Guests arriving must check in after 2pm and will not be permitted to enter the cottages earlier.

Cleobury Mortimer

Cleobury Mortimer is a small rural market town with a population of (according to the 2001 census) 1,962, Although sometimes referred to as a village, it is infact the second smallest town in Shropshire (next to Clun).

Although small, Cleobury Mortimer has much to offer

Cleobury has a significant entry in the Dooms Day Book and is the site of at least two castles. Cleobury Castle was destroyed in 1155 and only ruins remain today.

Good food and drink are both available from a number of pubs and restaurants

In the 16th Century, Cleobury Mortimer was central in the industrialisation of Shropshire exploited for it's highly regarded Iron Ore. However, poor transport connections led to the closure of Cleobury's two furnaces and two water powered forge mills in the early 19th Century and so the town reverted to being an agricultural settlement. A large water powered paper mill survived on the River Rea until the end of the 19th Century.

By 1900 the town was an important civic centre with a railway station, union workhouse, Magistrates' Court, police station, agricultural college, infants' school and primary school.

There are a number of landmarks in the town, the most famous of which is St. Mary's church (dating back to the 12th Century), renowned for its crooked spire.

There are ample opportunities to eat out or takeaway in the town, including Indian, Chinese, Tai, fish and chips and good ol' pub grub served at many of the eight public houses. We personally recommend the local indian - the Spice Empire - as it offers some of the best food around!

Things to do in and Around Cleobury

There are a whole manor of things to do and places to see in and around the immediate vacinity. Below is a list of some of the most popular. Please click the links to find out more:

For more information on tourist attractions and the local area, please visit Virtual Shropshire