The Spring Heath Log Cabins are situated in 10 acres of low lying meadow and woodland. These 4 characterful log cabins have views towards 2 well stocked fishing lakes.
The lodges are semi detached and are all pet friendly. Lodge 3 sleeps up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms.
There is a hot tub, sauna and BBQ area which is available upon request and can be booked exclusively for your stay. This is subject to availability and there is a supplement charge of £80 for a short break or £100 for a week. The hut is approx. 20 metres from cabins 2 or 3.
Spring Heath Log Cabins is a wonderful location for anyone who wishes to relax and unwind and soak up the impressive Shropshire countryside. Within walking distance of Spring Heath is the traditional English village of Knockin where there is a pub.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
One double bedroom with ensuite shower, wash basin & W/C.
Two twin bedrooms.
Family bathroom with shower cubicle, wash basin & W/C.
A maximum of 2 pets are welcome at £20 each.
Please note dogs must be kept on a lead at all times & not left unattended or allowed in log cabin bedrooms.
Terms & Conditions
25% deposit - Balance due 6 weeks prior to holiday start day.
£150 refundable security deposit.
Sorry, no smoking.
Check in - 3.00pm & checkout is 10.00am (Please note: Anglers may arrive or leave outside of the check in times but will not have access to the cabins other than during the times stated).
Bedding & bed linen provided.
Please bring your own towels.
Cabins are not available for stag or hen parties.
Log cabins not recommended for young children due to proximity to water.
Weekly breaks: Fri - Fri or Mon - Mon
Weekend breaks 3 nights: Fri - Mon
Midweek breaks 4 nights: Mon - Fri
Eccleston Lake & Blurton Lake (Carp lake) - Residents can fish for £5 per day on either lake (2 rods). Carp & coarse fishing available for people in wheelchairs or with mobility problems
The Village of Knockin has its own post office, pub (The Bradford Arms), church and cricket club - walkable (approx. 1/2 a mile).
Knockin is situated between the historic towns of Shrewsbury (15 miles) and Oswestry (5 miles).
For outdoor enthusiasts horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, golf, walking, quad biking, paint balling, tennis & swimming are all within a 10 mile radius.