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Shropshire

Although Shropshire could be considered a quiet corner of England, this rural county near the Welsh border has plenty of visitor attractions, a rich cultural and historical heritage, beautiful gardens and fascinating museums.

Shropshire has many picturesque historical towns and villages, for example Ludlow, which John Betjeman once described as “the loveliest town in England”. This bustling market town has a huge number of listed buildings, mostly from the Georgian period, fine restaurants, traditional inns and speciality shops.

Shrewsbury, the counties principal town is of Saxon heritage which was further developed by the Tudors. Located close to the River Severn the town is renowned for its castle, rising spires, abbey and green open parkland. It’s also the perfect place to see some wonderful medieval buildings.

The county is the epitome of the most perfect rural countryside you can find, a place that has been formed over millions of years into a tranquil landscape of rolling hills and river gorges. Speaking of which the Iron Bridge Gorge Museums are a series of museums located in the Iron Bridge Gorge near the town of Telford. It’s here that the beginning of the industrial revolution first took hold. Spanning the River Severn the outdoor and indoor museums offer a fascinating glimpse into the past.

The regions strategic location tells the tale of a turbulent past, evidenced by the hill forts, earthworks and castles which can be found throughout the Welsh borders. These include Ludlow Castle which was built in the 11th century and the Iron Age Hill Fort at Oswestry which covers some forty acres. Moreton Corbet Castle built in the 13th century was later extended in the 16th century. As well as these fascinating structures to Shropshire’s past, the county has some lovely English Heritage properties like Stokesay Castle.

Other great days out ideas include a visit to the RAF Museum at Cosford, where you can see over 70 historical aircraft housed in 3 wartime hangers including world’s oldest Spitfire and Lincoln Bomber. For more nostalgia visit the Severn Valley Railway, which run steam trains along the line from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster.

So if you hanker after a relaxing self-catering break in a most beautiful, untouched part of England, take a look at our selection of holiday cottages in Shropshire today.
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  • Shrewsbury Cottage

    Shrewsbury

    Grade
    7
    4
    2
    3
    Ref: W43635

    Shrewsbury Cottage is a lovely semi-detached holiday property, one mile southwest of the pretty medieval town of Shrewsbury. It is a real ’home away from home’, with all you need to make your stay memorable. Although on an historic bus route into town, the property has off road parking for 2 cars, along with a private walled courtyard with patio area. The location is excellent for exploring all that Shropshire has on offer. The fabulous Stretton Hills, Ironbridge, home of the industrial revolution, and Telford are all but a 15-20-minute drive. Shrewsbury town centre is a couple of minutes by car or a pleasant half-hour walk. Nestled in the loop of the River Severn, Shrewsbury is the home of the annual flower show, which always packs the town and is a marvellous 2-day event. It is also home to the annual 4-day folk festival, held over the August bank holiday. The Quarry Park plays host to the many popular events and concerts, and the theatre has great acts throughout the year. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    Ground floor: Living room. Kitchen. Sun room with dining area and bi-fold doors. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: 3 bedrooms: 1 double with en-suite bathroom and toilet, 1 twin with en-suite toilet, 1 single. Shower room with toilet.

    Electric woodburner in living room included. Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Cable TV. DVD. CD. Gas hob. Electric oven. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Private, walled courtyard with patio area. Barbecue. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

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  • The Granary

    Newton-on-the-Hill, near Shrewsbury

    Grade
    7
    4
    0
    3
    Ref: UKC533


    This finely converted, semi-detached former barn is set in the grounds of a Georgian farmhouse, Hill Farm, in the quiet hamlet of Newton-on-the-Hill, a mid point between Shrewsbury, Wem and Ellesmere. The conversion has preserved, where possible, its original character and charm, yet combines well with modern conveniences to provide guests with a comfortable stay. There is a cosy wood burner for cooler nights, a lovely large patio and an enclosed garden for summertime barbecues.

    It stands proud, with spectacular undisturbed views across the lush green fields, Shropshire plains, The Wrekin, Sleap Airfield and Grinshill with a backdrop of the Welsh hills in the distance.

    Local attractions include Hawkstone Park, Ellesmere Meres, the pretty town centre of Attingham Park, medieval Shrewsbury with its great selection of bars, restaurants, shops and theatre. Bridgenorth, Ironbridge and museums, Condover Activity Centre and Ludlow are a short drive.

    The central position of the property means that although situated in Shropshire, the neighbouring counties of Mid Wales, North Wales and Cheshire are very easily accessible, making places such as Chester, Llangollen, Chirk Castle, Powys Castle and Erddig very easy to reach. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

    Ground Floor:
    Living room: With wood burner, Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Dining room.
    Kitchen: With electric range, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, beams and tiled floor.
    Utility room: With washing machine and tumble dryer.
    Separate toilet.
    First Floor:
    Bedroom 1:
    With double bed, beams and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
    Bedroom 2: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
    Bedroom 3: With twin beds.
    Bedroom 4: With single bed.
    Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

    Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate. Large enclosed garden with patio and garden furniture. Private parking for 3 cars. No smoking.

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  • Corfton View

    Corfton, Craven Arms

    Grade
    8
    4
    2
    4
    Ref: RFF8

    This is a beautiful example of a half timbered house with open aspect to the rear, overlooking the Shropshire countryside and the spot where Corfton Castle used to stand. The good-sized kitchen area has French windows at the far end of the dining area that go directly out onto a large slabbed patio area, and all bedrooms have their own bathroom. Situated on the Craven Arms to Bridgenorth road, the area is an excellent base from which to enjoy the wonders of Shropshire.
    Nearby Tugford has numerous walking and cycling routes, while Church Stretton is within easy driving distance where the beautiful Cardingmill Valley is perfect for a picnic or walking. Shropshire boasts many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and National Trust properties, as well as the Glider Centre on the delightful Long Mynd. Ludlow, famous for its ‘Michelin-star’ eating houses, quaint cobbled streets and medieval castle, hosts the Ludlow Festival in June and July, and also provides a leisure centre - great for entertaining children. Further places of interest include Bridgnorth, Ironbridge, Blists Hill and the Wenlock Edge. Much Wenlock offers a 12th-century priory and antique market. Younger children can enjoy an indoor play barn just outside Craven Arms or Acton Scott Working Farm Museum. Further afield are Offa’s Dyke, Hay-on-Wye and the Welsh Black Mountains. Fishing, golf and horse riding are popular activities in the area. Shop 4 miles.

    Living room with wood-burning stove. Large well-equipped kitchen/dining room with French windows to patio and tiled floor. Utility. Separate toilet. First floor: Two double bedrooms, one with 5ft bed; each with en-suite shower room and toilet. Two twin bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and toilet. Bathroom with toilet.

    Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally. Electricity and full oil central heating included (£30 per week October-April, £20 per short break). Bed linen and towels included. Satellite TV. DVD. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Freezer. Large enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Parking (for 4 cars). Cycle store. No smoking. No children.

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  • Bougheys Barn

    Welshampton, near Ellesmere

    Grade
    8
    4
    1
    3
    Ref: UKC526

    Located in the owner’s grounds, Bougheys Barn is perfectly placed in the picturesque village of Welshampton, on the outskirts of Ellesmere, a traditional market town set in the heart of the beautiful Shropshire countryside. This spacious detached barn conversion has been lovingly converted to provide high levels of quality furnishings and fittings throughout, as well as having its own private well-tended garden area, this units boast an amazing hot tub with year round use.
    Locally, within a short walk, there is a pub which is renowned for its good quality food. Ellesmere has a selection of individual shops, bars and restaurants. There is also the meres, where boating is available, the Shropshire Union Canal which for ambitious walkers or cyclists takes you over the borders into North Wales and into Llangollen, home of the National Eisteddfod, great for extreme water sports enthusiasts with its white water rafting, tubing and gorge walking. For the less adventurous, there is the steam railway, horse drawn canal barges, Chirk Castle and Erddig (National Trust). Back in Shropshire there is paintballing, go karting, Attingham Park, Shrewsbury, Ironbridge, Bridgnorth and Ludlow. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 500 yards.

    Ground Floor:
    Living room: With Freeview TV and DVD player.
    Kitchen/dining room: With electric range, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
    Utility room: With washer/dryer.
    Separate toilet.
    First Floor:
    Bedroom 1:
    With kingsize bed, door leading to garden and en-suite wet room with shower and toilet.
    Bedroom 2: With kingsize bed and en-suite wet room with shower and toilet.
    Bedroom 3: With double bed.
    Bedroom 4: With double bed.
    Wet room: With bath, shower and toilet.

    Oil central heating (underfloor on ground floor), electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Lawned garden with sitting-out area and gas barbecue. Hot tub. Private parking for 3 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are steps from bedroom 1 leading to the garden.

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  • England Shelve Farmhouse

    Wentnor, Bishop’s Castle

    Grade
    8
    4
    2
    2
    Ref: 24555

    Magnificent views

    This detached stone farmhouse nestles on the hillside, 25 yards from the owner’s house and surrounded by farmland in this AONB with magnificent views south to the Long Mynd. It has its own access and parking. Four pubs and the village shop are within easy reach of this tranquil setting. Several other pubs are within a short car journey. The town of Bishop’s Castle is ten minutes away, with a wonderful delicatessen and several interesting cafes and pubs, two of which brew their own beer. The gastronomic centre of Ludlow with its market and castle and the fascinating Coalbrookdale museums at Ironbridge are about half an hour away as is the county town of Shrewsbury with all modern facilities including theatre, multiplex cinema and many restaurants is 20 minutes’ drive. Walking, golf, fishing, gliding, paragliding and pony trekking are amongst the numerous outdoor holiday activities the area is famous for. The Long Mynd, Offa’s Dyke, the Shropshire Way and the Stiperstones are all nearby. Shops, pubs and restaurant 1¼ miles.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. 1 double bedroom with en-suite shower room and toilet. First floor: 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 2 twin. Bathroom.

    Woodburner in living room included. Oil central heating £40per week October-March, £30per week April-September. Electricity and towels included. Bed linen hire. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Ample parking. Natural water supply from borehole. Two dogs welcome (to be kept on lead at all times - sheep country). No smoking.

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  • Ellinor House

    Cleobury Mortimer, nr. Ludlow

    Grade
    8
    4
    2
    3
    Ref: 25388

    This terraced holiday property is one of the few remaining Georgian town houses situated in the market town of Cleobury Mortimer and provides an ideal base from which the explore the three counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire. All local amenities including pubs, restaurants, takeaways and many individual shops such as grocers and butchers are on the doorstep. The property also has a small cottage garden to the rear where you can enjoy the peace and quiet away from the bustle of the town. Centrally located on the A4117 between Kidderminster and Ludlow. A visit to Ludlow with its castle and tudor historic centre is a must while sampling some of the renowned culinary delights. Visit Bewdley with the Severn Valley Railway and West Midlands Safari Park. For keen walkers a visit to nearby Clee Hill with its outstanding views from the top is a must, or perhaps venture slightly further afield over the border into Wales to take the challenge of Offa’s Dyke Path or Glyndw’rs Way. For a more leisurely drive and stroll why not visit the many pretty black and white villages which include Eardisland and Pembridge, both within easy reach. The cities of Hereford and Worcester provide an interesting day out with many National Trust properties and gardens along the way. The market town of Tenbury Wells with its individual shops, cafes and restaurants provides a welcome break for longer journeys. Shops, pubs and restaurants 10 yards.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Kitchen with breakfast area and tiled floor. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft), 1 twin with en-suite shower room and toilet. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Second floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.

    Woodburners in living and dining room (no fuel provided). Economy 7 central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. DVD. CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed garden with patio and furniture. On road parking.

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  • The Olde Granary

    Plealey, Shrewsbury

    Grade
    9
    4
    1
    3
    Ref: E4298

    Dating back to 1600 and bursting with character and charm, these tastefully converted barns retain many of their original features whilst offering all modern comforts in their smartly furnished interiors. Decorations and tree for Christmas and New Year bookings available. Lovely country walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep. Set on a courtyard, and each enjoying its own terrace and lawned garden, the cottages are located in Plealey, a peaceful and pretty village of half timbered houses lying just 6 miles from the interesting shops, inns, restaurants and cultural life found in the handsome medieval town of Shrewsbury. Fishing 0.5 miles away and excellent golf course at Arscott 0.5 miles.
    The beautiful Shropshire landscape promises delight for bird watchers and walkers alike – Offa’s Dyke long distance footpath is easily accessible, with many circular walks taking in hill forts and castles on the way, whilst buzzards and skylarks soar above. Caer Caradoc and the Devils Chair on the Stiperstones possess a wild beauty and the conservation area of Long Mynd offers a wonderful day out. Spanning the River Severn, Ironbridge and its fascinating museums are among a wealth of attractions discovered within a short drive as is Ludlow, a famous paradise for ‘foodies’, with its superb annual festival, racecourse, impressive castle, fine shops and delightful old inns. Fishing nearby (licences available at local post office). Shops and pubs 1.5 miles.

    Ground floor: Living room with French doors. Dining room/kitchen. Separate toilet. First floor: 4 bedrooms: 2 double, one (6ft) with en-suite shower room and toilet, one (5ft), 2 twin, one with en-suite bathroom and toilet. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Wooden floors throughout. Z-bed available (for alternative sleeping).

    CD. Dishwasher. Shared payphone.

    Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Cot. High chair. Freeview TV. DVD. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Garden and furniture. Patio/terrace. Barbecue. Parking. Games room with table tennis, pool table, table football and air hockey table. Toddler’s area. No smoking.

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  • Applewood

    Cressage, nr. Shrewsbury

    Grade
    10
    5
    2
    3
    Ref: W44090


    Located in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, this detached holiday property has been thoughtfully furnished and provides spacious accommodation for larger families or groups. With no immediate neighbours, the property makes for a relaxing retreat with a large lawned garden complete with planted borders, raised herb beds, barbecue and garden furniture. Well behaved dogs are most welcome and are sure to enjoy those long country walks from the door. As the location is on the edge of farmland, guests will see cows and sheep and occasionally the odd deer roaming the local countryside.
    Shropshire has much to offer visitors of all ages from glider trips up on the Longmynd and Cardingmill Valley, Ludlow with horse racing, festivals and food fairs, and Bridgnorth, the town which hosts not only the UK’s oldest funicular railway, but the Severn Valley Railway, Rays Farm and Daniels Mill. Ironbridge has a vast selection of museums and Shrewsbury is one of the most beautiful medieval towns surrounded by the River Severn, with lovely riverside bars and restaurants, excellent shopping and a theatre. Attingham Park is owned by the National Trust and there are many English Heritage properties scattered around the county. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. Conservatory. Utility room. 3 double (6ft zip and link, can be twin) bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet (also accessed from hallway), one with en-suite toilet. Separate toilet. First floor: Second living room with futon and 2 single futons (for alternative sleeping). 2 bedrooms: 1 double (6ft zip and link, can be twin), 1 twin, both with en-suite shower room and toilet.

    Oil central heating (underfloor on ground floor), electricity, bed linen and towels included. Freeview TV. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Freezer. Lawned garden with furniture. Barbecue. Ample parking. No smoking.

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  • Bulkeley Wing

    Market Drayton

    Grade
    10
    5
    2
    4
    Ref: RD8


    Built in 1695 by Bulkeley Mackworth on the site of a much older house inherited from his grandmother’s family, and set in a prominent location within 18 acres of parkland, the apartment [right in photograph] of this Queen Anne mansion has been restored with character and style. Still lived in by the family who built the house, Buntingsdale is mentioned in Doomsday, and other famous names connected with the manor include Lady Godiva of Coventry, the Cabot brothers and Peter Bulkely, who founded Concord, Mass. USA, because he was disappointed in not inheriting Buntingsdale! An ancient castle is still there in the earthworks below the Hall. An army camped in the hill above the house before the Battle of Shrewsbury. The land was fought over in the Civil Wars, when two Mackworths, father and son, were in turn Governors of Shrewsbury Castle; their portraits hang in the Hall. In the more recent Second World War, the Hall was used as a training ground and wireless listening station, and was only released from service in the 1960s, when it was excused from being the command centre for nuclear strikes in the West Midlands. With views to the Welsh hills over open countryside, the accommodation offered is of a very high standard, with comfort and all modern conveniences. An enormous games room with a full-sized snooker table, table tennis, darts and beer fridge allows for friendly competition in front of a roaring fire. Within the grounds lies a large lake and river frontage with rowing boat and inflatable kayak whilst guests have use of their own secluded courtyard area. There is private coarse fishing available (licence required), with basic equipment provided, and carp and trout with a jetty on the lake. There is also rough shooting (duck, licence required) and private snowdrop, daffodil and bluebell woods in season, with badgers and buzzards. For pets, an outdoor kennel is also available. The private drive is ¾-mile and children’s bikes are welcome. Bike hire is also available by arrangement with the owner. Walks start from the property and the owner also offers wellingtons and warm coats to borrow. Tours of the hall are available by arrangement with the owner, including Victorian icehouse and part tunnels, weather permitting. There is also a large formal Georgian dining room and drawing room with painted ceiling and fireplace for extra hire, and two large open fires in the drawing room and games room. The neighbouring community farm, 3 miles, has plenty of amenities including a restaurant, tea room, shop, organic butchery, walking trails, events and children’s activities. Home of the gingerbread, the attractive town of Market Drayton was once famed for its Damson Fairs, and many Draytonarians continue the tradition with damson feasts each autumn. Keen walkers can follow the trails of the famous Clive of India or the unusual bloodthirsty ‘Murder and Mayhem’ track, whilst a wild animal trail offers a rather more sedate option for the children! Market Drayton is the ideal base for touring Stoke and the Potteries, Ironbridge, Shrewsbury and North Wales. The Shropshire union canal winds it way close to the town, its tow paths, flights of locks and breathtaking aqueduct well worth a visit. Nearby you can find award-winning gardens, such as Hodnet, Wollerton Old Hall and Hawkstone Park, with its golf course and unique landscape of caves, woodland and follies. Horse riding and golf nearby. Shops and pubs 2 miles.

    Spiral staircase to first floor: Large living room with open fire. Spacious modern fitted kitchen with dining area. Three double bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom with shower attachment and toilet, one with en-suite shower room with high pressure shower and toilet, and one with wash basin and toilet. Two twin bedrooms with an interconnecting door (and each with a separate entrance from corridor), each with en-suite bathroom with shower attachments and toilet.

    • Open fire – fuel included
    • Electricity, full gas central heating, bed linen and towels included
    • Cot
    • Two high chairs
    • Sky TV
    • DVD
    • Microwave
    • Dishwasher
    • Washing machine
    • Tumble dryer
    • Fridge/freezer
    • Wi-fi
    • Small courtyard with patio and furniture
    • Shared grounds of 18 acres with fishing by arrangement
    • Barbecue
    • Ample parking
    • Games room with full-size billiards table and table tennis
    • Pets free of charge, to be kept on a lead and under strict control- sheep country
    • Unsuitable for the infirm (steps to first floor entrance)
    • NB: Lake in grounds

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  • Buttercup’s Haybarn

    Alkington, near Whitchurch

    Grade
    10
    6
    0
    4
    Ref: UKC873

    Dating back to the 17th century, this delightful, detached barn conversion is set around a courtyard, along with other holiday properties, on a 100-acre, family-run working arable and livestock farm. It has been lovingly and thoughtfully converted to offer very welcoming holiday accommodation, retaining many original features including exposed oak beams and trusses, whilst at the same time offering all the comforts needed to create a charming homely atmosphere. The barn shares a multi-sports court for mini tennis, badminton and football, as well as a fantastic indoor heated swimming pool, which is available for exclusive use. Booking slots are available throughout the day and can be booked on your arrival. A woodland picnic area lies a short walk away and there is a fantastic enclosed toddler play area available for children under 5 years. This superb detached barn is ideal for larger families or groups of friends wanting to get together, or to celebrate a special occasion.

    The delightful market town of Whitchurch, approximately 2½ miles away, has many splendid buildings from medieval, Tudor and Georgian times, all dominated by St. Alkmunds Church. Internationally renowned for its clock production dating back to the 1650s, Whitchurch is known as ’The Home of Tower Clocks’, and a fine example can be seen on-site. Walkers can explore the Shropshire Union Canal, just 5 minutes away, and the Shropshire Way footpath runs through the farm. Coarse fishing and horse riding are available less than 5 miles away. For cyclists, the Mercian Cycle Path runs past the farm. Whilst the barn enjoys a peaceful rural setting, it is still very close to amenities. There are many excellent shops, pubs and restaurants in Whitchurch, which is perfectly placed for touring all of Shropshire, North Wales and Cheshire.

    Attractions close by include Ellesmere with its beautiful lakes (11 miles), Blue PLanet Aquarium, a variety of National Trust mansions and gardens, and the historical city of Chester with its excellent shopping, famous racecourse and well-renowned zoo (25 miles). Chester Zoo has expanded to include ’The Islands’, making it one of Europe’s largest zoos, helping endangered animals from all over the world. Other places of interest include Hawkstone Follies, Cheshire Ice Cream Farm, RAF Cosford, Fenn’s and Whixall Mosses, and the incredible Ironbridge Gorge. For great shopping there is Shrewsbury with its medieval architecture and riverside walks, and Telford with its indoor shopping centre. Delamere Forest, with its Go Ape Treetop Adventure, makes a fantastic family day out. With so much to see and do, this property makes a wonderful location for an enjoyable year-round holiday. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1 mile.

    Ground Floor:
    Open plan living space.
    Living area: With 50" Freeview TV, DVD player, laminate floor and French doors leading to patio area.
    Dining area: With tiled floor.
    Kitchen area: With electric range, microwave, american-style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tiled floor and French windows.
    Snug: With 50" Freeview TV.
    Separate toilet.
    First Floor: With beams.
    Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
    Bedroom 2: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.
    Bedroom 3: With single bed.
    Separate staircase to...
    Bedroom 4: With double bed.
    Bedroom 5: With double bed.
    Bedroom 6: With single bed.
    Bathroom 1: With shower over bath, toilet and heated towel rail.
    Bathroom 2: With bath, shower attachment, toilet and heated towel rail.

    Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. Welcome pack. Shared coin-operated tumble dryer in external utility room. Enclosed garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture. Shared barbecue. Shared 100-acre natural grounds. Shared indoor heated swimming pool (7.5m x 3.5m, depth 1.2m), open all year, times vary (two private sessions per day by arrangement). Shared mini tennis court. Children’s play area. Private parking for 4 cars. No smoking. Please note: There is a fenced pond in the grounds. This property has a security deposit of £150.

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  • Oliver’s Mill

    Alkington, nr. Whitchurch

    Grade
    10
    5
    0
    3
    Ref: 30919


    Dating back to the 17th century, this delightful barn conversion is set around a courtyard on a 100-acre, family-run working arable and livestock farm, just a few miles from Whitchurch. It has been lovingly and thoughtfully converted to offer very welcoming holiday accommodation, retaining many original features including exposed oak beams and trusses, whilst at the same time offering all the comforts needed to create a charming homely atmosphere. It also shares a multi-sports court for mini tennis, badminton and football with other barns on site, as well as a fantastic indoor heated swimming pool. The shared swimming pool is available for exclusive use for each barn and booking slots are available throughout the day, booked on your arrival. The swimming pool is open all year round but opening times may vary. A woodland picnic area lies a short walk away from your barn and there is a fantastic enclosed toddler play area available for children under 6 years.
    Walkers can explore the Shropshire Union Canal, just 5 minutes away, and the Shropshire Way footpath runs through the farm, while coarse fishing is less than 5 miles and horse riding 1½ miles away. For cyclists, the Mercian Cycle Path runs past the farm. Whilst the barns enjoy a peaceful rural setting, they are still very close to amenities. Whitchurch is approximately 2½ miles away, the delightful market town has many splendid buildings from medieval, Tudor and Georgian times, all dominated by St. Alkmund’s Church. Internationally renowned for its clock production dating back to the 1650s, Whitchurch is known as ’the Home of Tower Clocks’, and a fine example can be seen on one of the barns. There are many excellent shops, pubs and restaurants in the town which is perfectly placed for touring all of Shropshire, North Wales and Cheshire.

    Attractions close by include Ellesmere with its beautiful lakes, 11 miles, a variety of National Trust mansions and gardens, and the historical city of Chester with its excellent shopping and famous races, and the well-renowned Chester Zoo, 25 miles, with the Blue Planet Aquarium close by. Chester Zoo has expanded to include ’The Islands’, making it one of Europe’s largest zoos, helping endangered animals from all over the world. Other places of interest include Hawkstone Follies, Cheshire Ice Cream Farm, RAF Cosford, Fenn’s and Whixall Mosses, and the incredible Ironbridge Gorge. For great shopping, there is Shrewsbury with its medieval architecture and riverside walks, and Telford with its indoor shopping centre. Delamere Forest, with its Go Ape Treetop Adventure, makes a fantastic family day out. With so much to see and do, Alkington Grange Barns makes a wonderful location for an enjoyable year-round holiday. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub approx 1 mile.

    Step to entrance. Ground floor: Living room with wooden floor. Second living room. Dining room with wooden floor. Kitchen. Shower room with toilet. First floor: 5 bedrooms: 4 double (one 5ft), (one accessed from one side only), one with en-suite shower room and toilet, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Most rooms with beams.

    Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. Two 38" Freeview TVs. Blu-ray. Stereo/CD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Shared coin-operated tumble dryer in utility room. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. Shared barbecue. Shared 100-acre natural grounds. Ample parking. Cycle store. Shared indoor heated swimming pool (7.5m x 3.5m, depth 1.2m), open 10am to 5pm all year, times vary (two private sessions per property, per day by arrangement). Shared mini tennis court. No smoking. Please note: One infant permitted. NB: Fenced pond in grounds, 50 yards.

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  • Craigllwyn Farmhouse

    Llansilin, nr. Oswestry

    Grade
    11
    5
    2
    2
    Ref: 29720

    A tranquil, rural location
    Ideal for families or groups wishing to explore the local countryside
    Hot tub in large garden

    Located in a peaceful and tranquil setting overlooking the local countryside, this well-proportioned, detached holiday property, equipped with a pool table and table tennis, provides quality accommodation for those families or groups wishing to explore the delights of Mid Wales, North Wales, Chester and the Shropshire borders. Local activities include horse riding, paintballing and go-karting. Guests can visit Park Hall, Powys Castle, Erddig, Chirk Castle, nearby Llangollen with white water rafting, horse drawn canal barges and steam railways, both at Llangollen and at Welshpool. Also, guests can visit the historic city of Chester, which is an easy drive and, one of the seven wonders of Wales, Llanrhaedr waterfalls which is within a 15-minute drive. Shop, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.

    Ground floor: Living room. Dining room. Utility room. Conservatory. Shower room (no toilet). Separate toilet. First floor: 5 bedrooms: 3 double, one with en-suite shower room and toilet, one with additional single, 2 twin. Bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.

    Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. High chair. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Large, enclosed, lawned garden with furniture. Ample parking. Hot tub. Games room with pool table and table tennis. Cycle store. Stabling available for 2 horses. No smoking. NB: Low wall and steps to garden.

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