A beautiful semi-detached barn conversion situated in the grounds of the owner's home and smallholding, surrounded by Shropshire countryside on the outskirts of the scattered village of Milson, close to the Worcestershire border.
The cottage has been furnished to the highest standard throughout making it a perfect base for a romantic break in relaxing and welcoming surroundings.
On entering the cottage the owner's attention to detail and personal touches are evident throughout.
The open plan living area offers a very well-equipped kitchen, a dining area and sumptuous sofas and armchair located around the warming woodburning stove, perfect for curling up on after a busy day out.
Make your way upstairs to the luxurious shower room and elegant king-size bedroom.
Lovely views across open countryside can be enjoyed from inside the cottage, both on the ground and first floor.
Outside, to the front of the cottage is a seating area from where the stunning scenery can be enjoyed, and in a sunny spot by the front door there are a table and chairs, ideal for dining alfresco.
The nearby Saxon village of Neen Sollars has a wonderful village pub, which serves good food and real ale, while just 3 miles away the market town of Cleobury Mortimer has a range of individual shops, restaurants and pubs.
Many lovely walks can be enjoyed in the area, and a short drive will take you to routes along Clee Hill and the Long Mynd.
The Mortimer Forest also offers walks and cycle routes of varying lengths taking in many archaeological features and an abundance of wildlife, and is within an easy drive.
Visit the riverside town of Tenbury Wells, or Ludlow, with its medieval street pattern and excellent restaurants.
This is a wonderful cottage for a memorable holiday at any time of the year.
About the location
Cleobury Mortimer 3.3 miles; Tenbury Wells 5 miles.
The small village of Milson boasts an 11th century church and beautiful unspoilt countryside. The nearby riverside village of Neen Sollars dates back to the Saxon times and is home to the popular 'Live and Let Live' pub serving real ale and home-cooked food. Just three 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 quiet spot along the River Severn. Tenbury Wells is a charming, ancient market town situated on the banks of the River Teme in Herefordshire. Dating back to the Iron Age and said to have been called 'my little town in the orchard' by Queen Victoria, Tenbury Wells boasts a unique 18th century bridge built by Thomas Telford, the magnificent Pump Rooms, which housed baths where local mineral water was available, and many other listed buildings dating back to the 17th century. Many festivals can be enjoyed in the town throughout the year. The historic market town of Ludlow, situated on the River Teme, boasts nearly 500 listed buildings and original medieval street patterns. Renowned for its shopping, Ludlow offers a number of antique shops, art and craft shops and many award-winning restaurants, as well as numerous tea shops, pubs and inns. The town's regular street markets held in the shadow of the castle, also showcase a range of goods from cheeses and fresh produce to books and local crafts. Well worth a visit are the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge, Leominster, Hereford and Shrewsbury, as well as the Severn Valley Railway, Berrington Hall and Hay-on-Wye, famous for its annual Literary Festival in May/June.