- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
Upper House Farm Cottages
These five luxury stone-built barn conversions, each with its own private hot tub, are situated in an impressive courtyard close to the owner’s 17th century traditional farmhouse, on a 220-acre arable farm in the rural village of Alberbury, 9 miles from Shrewsbury. All five Alberbury cottages have been individually designed to provide completely private rear gardens, each with their own hot tub. All five Alberbury cottages have been renovated to a very high standard providing spacious, open plan, very well-equipped accommodation. They have retained many original features including a wealth of wooden beams and trusses, which have been combined with contemporary fixtures and fitting throughout, producing a welcoming cottage atmosphere in a modern environment. With prior arrangement, the dining space in Ref. 15917 can be arranged to accommodate all 33 people in the group, ideal for that special occasion. These Alberbury cottages provide perfect holiday accommodation for families or groups of friends, as well as offering safe, indoor entertainment for children and the young at heart in Jimmy’s Play Barn which has a pool table, hand football, air hockey, a ball-pit for toddlers and a climbing frame, while the less active can watch the 40” TV and enjoy the drinks machine and free newspapers. These wonderful Alberbury holiday cottages are in an ideal location for walking through the Loton Estate's deer park, up Rodney’s Pillar hill, along Offa's Dyke Path, or visiting Powis Castle or historic Shrewsbury. Discover the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, the Wroxeter Roman City, delightful Church Stretton and the medieval town of Ludlow, surely one of the UK’s most lovely towns. Any one of these Alberbury holiday cottages would be perfect for a memorable, year-round holiday in one of England’s loveliest counties.
An attractive semi-detached barn conversion situated in picturesque arable farmland on a large country estate, 4 miles from Cleobury Mortimer.
Offering quality accommodation, the property combines original timbers and modern facilities, with a garden perfect for relaxing in while enjoying views of rolling farmland.
Note: This property can be booked with ref 2097 to accommodate up to 8 people.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath with shower over, basin & WC. Modern fitted kitchen. Utility room. Dining room. Sitting room.
- Full oil central heating throughout
- Free standing electric cooker with double oven & ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, combi colour TV/DVD with HD facility
- All fuel & power inc. in rent
- Bed linen & towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 3 cars
- Front & side lawned garden with patio & garden furniture
- Sorry, no pets & no smoking
- Shop 4 miles
- Pub/restaurant 1 mile.
- Last minute
About the location
Cleobury Mortimer 3 miles; Bewdley 6 miles.
The small, scattered village of Kinlet quietly nestles on the southern edge of Shropshire's beautiful countryside, just north of the Wyre Forest, and boasts an historic church and a welcoming inn serving fine food and real ales. Just 3 miles away, beneath the shadow of the mystical Clee Hills, the pretty town of Cleobury Mortimer provides a refreshing selection of shops, pubs and restaurants in an array of Georgian and Tudor architecture, along with a striking parish church with an unusual, twisted spire. The area around the Clee Hills provides excellent walking, cycling and golf, plus fishing can be enjoyed at one of the many pools in the area or on a queit spot along the River Severn. The attractive market town of Bewdley, once described as "the most perfect Georgian town in Worcestershire", has much to delight visitors with a good selection of pubs and cafes along the riverside, and many tiny shops, antique and craft galleries all surrounded by rolling hills, wooded valleys and meandering rivers offering many opportunities to discover a rich diversity of wildlife. Bridgnorth, with its winding streets and infamous castle ruins, is within easy reach, presenting an ideal opportunity for a trip on the Severn Valley Railway, whilst the medieval town of Ludlow, with its superb 13th Century castle, fascinating antique shops and choice of Michelin-starred restaurants is well worth a visit. Plenty to see and do, for all the family.