Malt House is a detached period cottage with many of it's original features retained. An abundance of beams, inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and quarry tiles in the dining room.
Cloakroom with WC and shower
Kitchen/ breakfast room
Double and twin bedrooms with vanity suits
1 twin bedroom with wash basin
Bathroom with spa bath
Accommodation for 6 guests + cot
An abundance of beams
Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and quarry tiles in dining room
French doors from siting room leading to a lawned garden
Original cottage ranges and handpump
Oil central heating
Garage for small car and off street parking
Use of two adult bikes
Hot tub available
The Malt House is situated in the beautiful village of Aston Muns…
Five delightful self-catering cottages set around a south facing courtyard with panoramic views toward Ludlow and the Clee Hills.
Cottages sleep from 2 – 6. Can be booked separately or as a family group.
All bed linen and towels provided as well as all essential kitchen and toiletry sundries.
Well equipped kitchens and refurbished shower rooms.
Tables and chairs for al-fresco eating in the courtyard. Gardens for relaxation.
Pets welcome – no more than two dogs per cottage.
Short breaks available and seasonal discounts - ask for details.
Children of all ages welcome. Cot and high chair. Toys and games for indoor and outdoor play.
Two single-story cottages suitable for less mobile guests. NAS level 1
Walks from the door in all directions.
Maps and guides provided.
Gold Green Tourism award.
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