Shipton 1 mile.
A charming detached timber-built coach house in the grounds of the owner's home, set in 7 acres of grounds which includes a woodland, a mile from Shipton in Corvedale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Thoughtfully furnished throughout and with an emphasis on eco-friendly principles, including solar water heating and electricity generation, this property provides comfortable accommodation, ideal for a relaxing break or small family holiday.
Set over two floors, with only the bathroom located on the ground floor, Coach House Flat provides light and airy accommodation, with an open plan living area offering a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and sitting area with plenty of space.
The charming double bedroom with pull-out single bed has the added benefit of a balcony, ideal for relaxing with a good book whilst taking in the stunning views towards Wenlock Edge.
The immediate area has many lovely walks and cycle routes, with the Jack Mytton Way and Shropshire Way both running close by.
The bustling towns of Much Wenlock, Church Stretton and Ludlow are all a short drive away and offer numerous amenities to suit all tastes.
A charming self-catering apartment for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
Mostly first floor. One double bedroom with pull-out single bed and balcony. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Ground floor hallway and entrance.
About the location
Much Wenlock 8 miles; Church Stretton 10 miles; Ludlow 12 miles; Shrewsbury 20 miles.
The village of Shipton sits in Corvedale, a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to the dramatic 15 mile long Wenlock Edge, which offers stunning views, excellent walking, cycling and horse riding, and is only 8 miles from Much Wenlock, a delightful 700-year old market town in the heart of the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Much Wenlock is filled with a patchwork of twisting streets, half-timbered buildings, limestone cottages, speciality shops, quality pubs and restaurants, and is the home of the modern Olympic Games, founded by Dr William Penny-Brookes in 1850. Stroll around the remains of the magnificent 12th century priory, the 16th century Guildhall, the interesting Norman church and the Old Gaol House. Nearby are the medieval towns of Bridgnorth, home of the delightful Severn Valley Railway, Shrewsbury and the World Heritage Centre of Ironbridge with nine museums and Blists Hill Victorian Village, plus Stokesay Castle and the historic Acton Scott Farm, as seen on TV. The attractive market town of Church Stretton and the Shropshire Hills (known as "Little Switzerland" by the Victorians) are close by and offer a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, while Ludlow is considered one of the most beautiful towns in Britain; its medieval street pattern remains almost intact and provides a fascinating backdrop for the town's regular street markets, held in the shadow of the 13th century castle. Ludlow is renowned for its shopping and has a Michelin starred restaurant, as well as excellent tea shops, pubs and inns. The area boasts numerous farmers' markets, many arts, film and music festivals throughout the year as well as open gardens and agricultural shows.