Luxury Mega Pod, Henlle Hall Woodlands Lodges – Oswestry
Henlle Hall is a country house in the pretty Shropshire countryside. The grounds are quiet and tranquil and boast luxury holiday accommodation and each one has its own outside hot tub.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. Henlle, Nr Oswestry , Shropshire. Brand New for 2020 nestled in the Shropshire / Welsh Border within the grounds of the historic Henlle Hall, offering stunning scenery, in an area of natural beauty. Contemporary, luxurious 3.5m x 7m wide Mega Pod offering spacious living space of luxury and comfort. Full central heating, fully insulated offering all year round accommodation. One super kingsize bed (can be twin by arrangement, please request at the time of booking) with bed linen for 2 persons (additional charge of £15.00 for duvet/bed linen for sofa bed) and a sofa bed for an additional 2 persons. Fitted kitchen with counter fridge/freezer, 2-ring gas hob and ’combi’ oven. Large outdoor deck with porch complete with outdoor 4 person outdoor hot tub with privacy screen and stylish outdoor furniture. Towels included for 2 persons (additional charge of £7.50 for towel hire per bundle). Perfect for couples or a family of four. Pets friendly only in specific pods. Travel Now Pay Later Luxury Mega Pods with Jet Now.
- Close to the National Park
- Garden furniture
- Hot Tub
- Ideal for Couples
- Patio/ Verandah
- Peaceful Surroundings
- Pet Friendly
- Self Catering
- Spacious rooms
- Stunning views
- Wood-burning stove
Flight & Transfer Information
From Central London car journey to Henlle, Nr Oswestry approx. 3 hours 30 minutes drive (180 miles).
An outstanding selection of lodges and pods in a peaceful woodland setting, with contemporary design features and all with their own outdoor hot tub. Ideal for romantic breaks and all year round holidays
Super King-size Bed
Bed linen, duvets and towels (Pods only: for 2 persons with additional linen and towels available at charge). Can be twin by arrangement, please request at the time of booking. Sofa bed for an additional 2 persons.
Food & Drink
Self catering. Fitted Kitchen (appliances vary based on selected accommodation).
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