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Lodge Hill Bluebells

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Lovely walk

Only open a few weeks of the year, but what a lovely walk and so beautiful and scenic. Very... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Paulo1924
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Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom
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After all these years FINALLY visited...

...and wish we had gone before! The original ‘pop-up’ event - only runs for a few weeks each year... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2018
WillowPAW
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Burton upon Trent
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Lodge Hill Bluebells has a variety of beautiful bluebells walks and a cafe serving tea, coffee and sweet treats. The property has stunning mature woodlands boasting carpets of native bluebells, a meandering stream with footbridge crossings and...more
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Lodgehill Farm Lodge Lane | Yoxall, Burton upon Trent DE13 8PJ, England
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Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Only open a few weeks of the year, but what a lovely walk and so beautiful and scenic. Very organised and a lovely cup of tea and slice of cake. Well worth a visit

Thank Paulo1924
Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

...and wish we had gone before! The original ‘pop-up’ event - only runs for a few weeks each year for the bluebell season. We live local to it, and see the yellow event signs up each year, and always mean to go, but never got...More

Thank WillowPAW
Reviewed 8 May 2018

I have never seen so many Bluebells. This place is just magnificent. I commend it to everyone. There is a central green area which is grassed. In this area is a refreshment tent which sells tea, coffee, soft drinks, ice cream and cakes. The catering...More

Thank George S
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

Fantastically organised - well marked paths, helpful staff, car park attendants, one way system for traffic. Great little cafe tent with a small but lovely cake selection £3, coffee or tea £1.50 and ice cream. Benches and hay bales to sit on and some outdoor...More

Thank PainauChoc
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

We visited yesterday as the sun was shining and we were amazed by the amount of bluebells. It was stunning. Lots of little walks to suit all ages and abilities. We wandered around by the babbling brook (although it wasn't babbling yesterday) and did most...More

Thank Caroline-ltt-15
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

Visited over the May Day BH when the weather was lovely. The staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. From when you arrive there are staff to help to organise parking and direct you to the main area. There were refreshments and toilets and the entrance...More

Thank Mee S
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Very quaint,charming woodland walk. We arrived around 2 pm it was quite busy as not large walks but very peaceful. Marquee tea room was quaint sitting on straw bales but no ice cream as sold out made my son sad on s hot day.

Thank Andyc0803
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

We went to the lovely lodge hill bluebells today for a nice afternoon walk with the weather being so lovely. It was busy there but not too busy that you couldn’t enjoy a leisurely stroll around the bluebell wood. Parking is free but you have...More

Thank Lozbeth86
Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

A lovely family day out (3 generations with youngest being 6 & 2) for some relaxed 'nature bathing' and the people running it couldn't be nicer, friendlier or more professional. From the greeting arriving for parking to them sourcing extra seating for everyone. Also they...More

1  Thank Javo-UK
Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

Good field parking and a short walk into a field with marquee cafe serving drinks and cake, picnic tables and children’s activities. Various well marked trails around the woods on good paths with a few steep inclines on at least one trail, only slightly muddy...More

Thank 378lizh
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Michelle C
13 May 2017|
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Response from JessieWelsh | Reviewed this property |
We managed most of the way round with a pushchair - there's just a narrow path next to a tree which we ended up lifting the buggy over... but there were four of us - I don't think it'd be do-able with any fewer people! The... More
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Pennyhj
19 April 2017|
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Response from 692charlotteg | Property representative |
Hi Penny, Unfortunately we currently do not have any wheelchair paths on site. The cafe is accessible over a lawn path (20m) that is flat and we have a wheelchair accessible toilet on site. We do hope to have a wheelchair... More
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