Ty Coed is an attractive self catering timber chalet, fully insulated and double glazed, set in the grounds of the proprietor's property in Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant, Oswestry in Shropshire.There is a garden area around the chalet with garden furniture and barbecue.More Information
Sutton Court Farm Cottages in Little Sutton, Ludlow in Shropshire, offers superb self catering accommodation in 6 stunning holiday homes in a beautiful countryside location. We are the perfect place to escape to from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
The cottages at Sutton Court Farm offer the ideal centre from which to explore South Shropshire. No longer a working farm, but still surrounded by farming activity, the cottages are situated at the end of a quiet lane, set around an attractive courtyard next to our 16th Century timbered farmhouse. The surrounding countryside offers walking opportunities directly from your front door.
The six cottages, Barleycorn, Woodsage, Sweetbriar, Hazelnut, Holly and Honeysuckle (sleeping 4,6,4,4,2 and 2 respectively) have been sympathetically converted from stone barns, whilst retaining many exposed beams and original features. All have ‘stab…
Nestling beneath Caer Caradoc our courtyard cottages provide a perfect base from which to explore this picturesque corner of South Shropshire.
We can offer a choice of cottages to suit your requirements, 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms, single storey or traditional first floor bedrooms. All maintained to a high standard of comfort and cleanliness.
We receive an annual inspection carried out by Shropshire Tourism Drifthouse, Caradoc and Ragleth receiving 4 star grading and are part of the Walker Friendly scheme.
At present Longmynd and Lawley are not part of the grading scheme but are maintained to the same high standards.
All kitchens are generously equipped with everything you would expect for a self-catering holiday including cooker, microwave, toaster, fridge with ice box, and crockery, cutlery, glassware, tea-towels etc. All generously supplied.
Cleaning products, washing-up liq…
Bryncalled Barns are nestled in the heart of rural Shropshire near Bucknell and make an ideal base for exploring Shropshire, Herefordshire and Mid Wales.
We have four sympathetically restored self-catering holiday homes; Swallow Cottage that will comfortably sleep 5, Groom Cottage would ideally suit 2 couples (Sleeps 4) The Granary that would comfortably sleep 3 and Stable End a romantic getaway for two. The four holiday cottages have been restored to a very high standard and retain their 18th Century Grade II listed charm of exposed stone walls, oak beams, wall timbers and original trusses giving the properties their own distinct character. The holiday cottages overlook a pretty courtyard together with the owner’s barn, giving you the opportunity to seek local information about the area if and when required. Countryside walks can be enjoyed from the door step, through woodlands, open…
The Squire Farm Holiday Cottages are set on a small farm in the tranquil surroundings of the Redlake Valley in Southwest Shropshire.
Squire Cottage: The cottage sleeps four people comfortably in two bedrooms; a cot and an airbed are also available for extra family members. The front door opens onto one open space with a large inglenook fireplace complete with bread oven, dominating the ‘living’ end of the room. Here you can sit around the open fire telling stories, reading, listening to music or watching television. At the other end, there is a fully equipped kitchen with hand built oak units and a large refectory table. There is also a small cloakroom with lavatory and washbasin and room for wellies and boots. Wooden stairs (mind your head and don’t be distracted by the view through the window) lead up to a spacious landing and to one room with two single beds, the bathroom and th…
The Old Malthouse provides two first floor self catering studio flats that are set in an enclosed courtyard in the Shropshire market town of Bridgnorth. The self catering flats are just a short walk from the Severn Valley Steam Railway which is one of Shropshire's best attractions.
The self catering properties are called the Courtyard and Riverview and both can sleep two people. The flats are both well equipped with a TV, linen, towels, secure parking, patio area, fully equipped kitchens and access to a utility room.
The studio flats are just a short stroll from a selection of restaurants, pubs and shops. As well as the steam railway there are lots of other popular attractions in the area such as the Royal Air Force Museum, Rays Farm and Dudmaston Hall. The area is also great for lots of leisure activities such as walking, cycling, horse riding, golfing and fishing.
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Nestling in a private valley at the end of a quiet lane, Eaton Manor Estate is a unique hideaway located at Eaton Under Heywood between the rolling Shropshire Hills and the beautiful Wenlock Edge, providing the ultimate in rural retreats. Here, you really can wake up to the peaceful sounds of birdsong and rustling leaves, then open your door onto our 500 acre estate which includes idyllic pasture and beautiful woodland, perfect for an afternoon spent exploring.
Sleeps 14 in 6 bedrooms.
4 bathrooms (3 are en-suite).
Dines up to 18.
Set over 3 floors.
Not suitable for reduced mobility.
Dogs allowed - prior arrangement.
The house itself retains its original style, combining a wealth of interesting historic features. Timber framed walls, exposed oak floors, doors and beams, original flagstones and even an indoor well, with modern luxuries and a fully equipped kitche…
Ashley Moor Farm Cottages are set in 165 acres of beautiful farmland on the Herefordshire/Shropshire boarder. The grade 2 listed buildings have been tastefully converted from the original barn and milking parlour on a working organic farm. The Wainhouse sleeps 6/8 persons on 3 levels and The Cottage sleeps 2 persons and is fully accessible.
The Wainhouse was converted in 2001 from a grade 2 listed barn, we have retained much of the original timbers and the layout of the building. The barn used to house cattle, pigs and horses and the now tarmac car park was the farm yard collecting area for the dairy cows.
The Cottage was converted in 2009. The original building was a milking parlour which milked 6 cows at a time. It now comprises of a one bedroom let, which is all at one level for easy access, however they are 2 steps leading to the private enclosed deck at the back of the cott…
The Cottage is a Grade II Listed, half timbered, Jacobean cottage farmhouse, dating from 1680.
The south facing cottage is naturally warm and full of sunlight.
It has a separate, enclosed and sheltered front garden with two lawns, embracing an intimate, suntrap patio, as well as shady seating arbours for hotter days.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor, and 3 living rooms downstairs.
The cottage is naturally warm and full of sunlight, set off by white painted walls, pale terracotta and oak floor enhanced by invisible 24/7 under-floor central heating. It is south facing with an enclosed, sheltered front garden and lawns, embracing an intimate, suntrap patio paved in antique bricks.
The cottage has two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, with 3 living rooms and hall downstairs. It has been restored using appropriate materials such as earth daub, lime plaster…