- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
Great Lyth Farm Cottages
A wonderful opportunity to enjoy two delightful 18th century Grade II listed barn conversions, which have been sympathetically developed to offer well equipped accommodation in an idyllic rural location, 5 miles from medieval Shrewsbury. They stand close to the owner's farmhouse, surrounded by lovely grounds, within a 22 acre smallholding which is home to sheep, chickens and an extensive organic kitchen garden from which eggs and seasonal vegetables are available. Both cottages have a pretty, fenced garden; perfect for dining alfresco. Guests have use of a year-round hard tennis court and coarse fishing (including carp) on the picturesque and well-stocked 1 acre pond, only 100 yards away. Enjoy walking and cycling in the stunning Shropshire Hills, or discover the Ironbridge World Heritage Site, Stokesay Castle and Acton Scott Historic Farm. Booked together, Ref 2601 and 2602 can accommodate 11 people.
A delightful semi-detached 18th Century Grade II listed barn conversion on a 22 acre smallholding.
Decorated and furnished in traditional style to provide homely, well-equipped accommodation.
Perfect for a family or romantic break.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double sleigh bed with TV, Freeview and DVD, 1 x family room with king-size double & single bed. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin & WC. Ground floor basin/WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.
- Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting room
- Electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, flat screen TV with Freeview, 2nd TV, DVD, radio
- Fuel, power & starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent
- Bed linen & towels inc. in rent
- Shared use of year-round hard tennis court
- Coarse fishing (inc. carp) in owner's private 1 acre lake
- Travel cot, highchair & stairgate by prior request
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Pretty, fenced lawned garden with patio, furniture & BBQ
- Shared picnic table by lake
- Sorry, no pets & no smoking
- Shop & pub 1.5 miles
- Note: Unfenced pond 100 yards from property - children must be supervised at all times
- Note: Tennis and fishing are by arrangement with owner and are only available for guests staying at Great Lyth Farm Cottages.
- Last minute
- “Wonderful find”
- “Delightful, cosy cottage in secluded spot, well furnished and appointed and good parking facilities. Beautiful location, owners could not be more accommodating or friendly. Lovely walks close by and great place from which to explore the area. Note this is advertised as not having internet connection but there is free wifi in several places in Shrewsbury.”
- “Fabulous Family Cottage”
- “Close enough to a town but far enough into rural Shropshire, this cottage was an absolute delight. We were greeted with an immaculate and pretty cottage in super grounds. There was even a plate of tray bakes in the fridge which didn't last long at all! Our two very young children loved the place and we were made to feel very welcome by the owners, who even took us egg hunting in their hen enclosure - my three year old daughter has not stopped talking about this or about Stanley the peacock. The rooms were a perfect size, the facilities fabulous and the beds very comfortable. I would not hesitate to recommend this cottage to anyone and will in fact return regularly when time permits!”
- “Sunny Shropshire”
- “Lovely, well located house for walking, cycling and playing tennis! Very friendly welcome and we had lovely weather which helped.”
- “beautiful cottage near shrewsbury with a swing in the meadow”
- “we loved this cottage, great location close to shrewsbury, very well equipped cottage and great owners who were very helpful”
- “peaceful rest”
- “we had a home baked cake on arrival with facilitys for a cup of tea,the owner then popped round to say hello and if there was anything we needed just ask they also had a list of home grown vegetables and produce for sale which was lovely,this holiday cottage is beautiful,the rooms were large and had plenty of storage,the bathroom was laid out well ,and there were 2 toilets,it was just like home from home and we settled in in minutes,the chilren loved it there was plenty for them to see and do,we went fishing almost every day and played tennis or just walked round the grounds beautiful,it is just a couple of minutes drve from a large supermarket and town which historical and quaint,we came away fully rested and will go back again,”
- “The cottage was lovely and homely, very welcoming. The area was gorgeous even though it rained when we were there! Definitely go back there as can't fault the place one bit. The owner was lovely as well and we bought all out organic veg from her at a very reasonable price!”
- “relaxed and comfortable country break”
- “Excellent location for a quiet break yet within easy distance of a multitude of varying sights and experiences.Cottage has use of lovely garden and the owner living next door was friendly and helpful.”
- “Shropshire is a beautiful county and The Coach House was the perfect base for exploring it. My daughter (15 months) loved seeing the sheep every morning and particularly enjoyed collecting eggs one afternoon.”
- “The location was beautiful and the owners of the house were very hospitable. A lovely place to stay and unwind.”
- “We had a fantastic time at The Coach House. The owners were very welcoming and the location was fantastic! The photos didn't do the place justice, they were amazing but in reality the whole place was even better than we expected.”
- “Fantastic cottage, great location, very peaceful but with amenities near by. Two young children loved it, especially the piano and the tennis court. Very well equipped, delicious cakes awaited us and the owner is lovely. Even taking the children to collect the eggs. Would highly recommend this cottage.”
- “A home from home. Perfect!”
About the location
Shrewsbury 5 miles; Church Stretton 10 miles.
The pretty hamlet of Great Lyth stands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is close to the beautiful Shropshire hills of the Long Mynd, Stiperstones and Caradoc, which can be explored on foot, or by bike, horse or car. Five miles away is the wonderful medieval town of Shrewsbury, set into a loop of the River Severn. Shrewsbury is famous for its timber framed black and white buildings, and offers a wonderful selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as picturesque riverside walks and boat trips, and Shrewsbury Abbey and Castle. Within a few miles discover the World Heritage Centre of Ironbridge, the Wroxeter Roman City, Attingham Park, Stokesay Castle, the lovely town of Church Stretton and historic Ludlow.