5 Reasons to Visit Riverside Cabins Shrewsbury

Perfect for a family or couples romantic escape, Riverside Cabins award winning wooden cabin pods and lodges are nestled on the banks of the picturesque River Perry and surrounded by woodland, just minutes from Shrewsbury.

If you would like all of the benefits of holiday in nature with none of the discomfort, Riverside Cabins Shrewsbury could be the spot for you.

Reason One:

The cabins at Riverside Cabins Shrewsbury are fabulous. There was nothing that we wanted for, even the kitchen comes equipped with a full-size fridge freezer, coffee machine and air fryer.

They have underfloor heating, air conditioning units, TV’s, great showers and of course the all-important hot tub, all with views of the river that ambles through the stunning site.

The outside deck and fire pits are lovey for mealtimes and relaxing into the evening.

Reason Two:

Activities – if the thought of sitting around all day drives you mad there is plenty to keep you busy here.  You could kick off the day with some yoga in The Nest, their light and airy fitness studio.  Then you could take the kayaks and paddle boards down the river to explore. 

If you like your activities even more invigorating the river has a plunge pool where you can jump in for the ultimate in cold water therapy!

The site has a communal BBQ kitchen called the Smoke Pit, where guests can gather to make meals and enjoy drinks. It is equipped with a large gas BBQ, fridge, tables and chairs and of course the huge fire pit for all the campsite feels.

Reason Three:

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The Private Chef – Riverside Cabins have partnered with local chef Matthew Kay who will come to the site and prepare you a beautiful family style BBQ feast. He offers four menus to cater to all tastes and the experience added a lovely luxury feel to the stay.

Reason Four:

The nature – the site is so pet friendly that all of the cabins are named after the owners’ dogs.  The site is established and well maintained with extraordinarily tall trees, wildflowers and an illuminated quarry. There are also hammocks and seats dotted around for you to take in the beauty.

The cabins feel like outside-inside living and we had the pleasure of the friendly ducks coming by each morning to say hello. 

Some of the smaller cabins face straight onto the river providing a beautifully immersive private experience.

Reason Five:

The area – Shrewsbury is a stunning Tudor town with gorgeous views and walks by the river Severn, and there are lots of shops, restaurants, and cafes to visit. For a delve into the past you could drive a little further to world UNESCO world heritage site of Ironbridge. The bridge is said to have inspired JK Rowlings Lord of the Rings and has a museum for those interested in the history.


Review and Images by Emmie Blower @emmiebhungry

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