Black Hall Holiday Lodges are self catering accommodation based in Llanfair Waterdine, Knighton.
Relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility provided by a luxurious Canadian Log Cabin or Finnish Lodge in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the countryside.
Black Hall Lodges is an exclusive development of individually appointed log cabins and lodges based on a working farm in the South Shropshire Hills. Located on a hillside close to Offa’s Dyke, this family owned park offers luxurious accommodation constructed to the highest standards within an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The spaciously located cabins are all built to take advantage of magnificent views over the Teme Valley and all are fully equipped for you to enjoy from the moment you arrive. The accommodation is equipped with a host of features including a wide screen television, wood burning stove and outdo…
Lower Day Cottages are situated on the slopes of the valley of Ape Dale directly overlooking the Wenlock Edge. The location is entirely rural with magnificent panoramic views. The area is very quiet with no street lighting or traffic noise to disturb the tranquility for our visitors’ relaxation and providing the ideal opportunity for bird-watching and other country pursuits.
The Jack Mytton Way runs along the Wenlock Edge offering the accessibility of up to 100 miles of walking, horse riding and cycling through some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain. The Long Mynd at Church Stretton and the Stiperstones beyond also offer a great variety of circular walks ideal for the hill-walking enthusiast combining the day with a pub lunch or a picnic.
We are centrally located for those wishing to visit the market towns of Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Ludlow and The Ironbridge Gorge Visito…
Greenwich House, a Grade Two listed Georgian house, in the centre of historic Ludlow, famous for its colourful history, architectural beauty and reputation for culinary excellence, with one Michelin star restaurant. It's ideal for exploring the Castle, magnificent 12th Century church and marvellous antique shops.
Almost every day, there's a local fruit and produce market, or antique and craft fairs, plus beautiful cobbled back streets that thread through the town. The Balcony Apartment gives the feeling of being right in the centre of things, yet also private and secluded.
The Balcony Apartment is on the second floor of Greenwich House. It has a main bedrom with ensuite bathroom, a smaller 2 bed room with shower, a very spacious sittingroom cum dining room which leads out to the beautiful balcony. This room has a wonderful beamed ceiling.
The balcony overlooks the backs of Ludl…
Spacious upstairs beamed stables flat, comfortably fitted, linen & towels provided, overlooking attractive garden, glorious views, ideal base cycling, walking, bird watching, touring.
Our first-floor beamed stables flat, served by a private water supply, is part of a complex of brick, half-timbered and stone former farm buildings, with a cottage garden and five acres of tree-bordered fields. Inside the flat you will find a large living/dining room with TV and video, radio and an assortment of books to suit all tastes. The well-fitted kitchen includes an electric cooker, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, fridge, washing machine, kettle, iron/ironing board, vacum cleaner and all crockery, cutlery and pans. The bedroom is spacious with double bed and all bed linen supplied, chest of drawers, wardrobe and chairs. The bathroom offers a bath with shower overhead, sink, toilet and heated tow…
Stoney Hill Farm offers charming self catering accommodation in Ironbridge near Telford. Our lodges are surrounded by glorious woodland in a beautiful part of Shropshire, ideal for a tranquil holiday.
Each lodge is beautifully furnished and sleeps up to 4 people. Inside there is a lovely living area with seating, satellite TV and a DVD player. A well-equipped kitchen comes with a range of excellent appliances. A dining table seats up to 4 people.
The bedrooms come with comfy beds, ideal for resting your head at night after a busy day exploring the local area. A private bathroom is also available.
Outside there is a wonderful balcony area and a BBQ. The perfect place for a glass of wine in the evening sun.
A variety of excellent attractions are in the local area:
Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom.
Jackfield Tile Museum.
Royal Air Force Museum.
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…
Middle Farm is situated at 1,000ft in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the N.E. slopes of the Long Mynd, 4 miles from Church Stretton and 1/2 mile from Picklescott village in Shropshire. There is a large fishing pool on the farm which attracts flora and fauna.
Our three holiday cottages have been recently refurbished to an excellent standard offering the perfect place to relax and enjoy the Shropshire countryside. All 3 cottages are provided with bedlinen and towels, LCD televisions with side loading DVD, a small library of films to watch during your stay, a good choice of books and games, a selection of soap and shampoo as well as milk, tea, coffee and biscuits for your arrival.
There is a shared laundry room and several outside eating areas to enjoy the summer nights as well as a good sized barbeque.
There is a no smoking policy inside the cottages.
Middle Farm is …
Highgrove Barns in Sibdon Carwood, offers superb self catering accommodation in 18th Century barns. Our charming barns are on the ground floor and enjoy glorious views of rolling countryside of Craven Arms.
We are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in an elevated position halfway between Ludlow and Church Stretton and 1 mile from Craven Arms. They are very cosy, with underfloor heating and log fires.
The holiday cottages each come with one double bedroom/en suite shower room. They are south facing on a level site and have a large parking area and secure garden. Under a mellow Welsh slate roof they have waney edged timber in the local style, exposed stone walls, vaulted ceilings with many original oak beams, oak kitchen units, slate floors in the living areas and carpeted bedrooms. Stunning views can be enjoyed from the patios where there is Coalbrookdale furniture.