This stone cottage is situated in the town of Much Wenlock, a glorious old market town in the heart of Shropshire countryside.
Tucked away to the back of the owner's property, this hideaway is suited for couples wanting to truly escape from the hustle and bustle, a peaceful destination for two.
Following the plant sheltered walkway to the entrance, you will immediately feel the layers of charm, setting the scene before you even step inside.
Compact yet inspiring, Wash House Cottage commences with a dining room laid out for four people, your little place to settle down for a mornings breakfast or refreshments after a unique adventure.
The cream-coloured kitchen rests beyond, housing everything you need on a day to day basis, with four steps taking you up to the sitting room, with a large TV and WiiFi.
Simplistic yet carrying a traditional feel, this room is ideal for embracing the peace and quiet come evening, perhaps cosying up with a good book.
Afterwards, the twin bedroom is a characterful place to enjoy a restful night's sleep, a lovely set-up under the eaves, with a Velux window and down-lighters above with it's own en-suite shower room.
A small desk and TV are on the way in.
Attuned to the cottage decor, a second shower room is a pleasant addition to the interior.
What better way to start the next morning than with a warm cup of tea out in the patio area?
A lovely spot surrounded by exposed brickwork, and intertwining flowers.
Above the town rises the 15-mile-long Wenlock Edge, showcasing views and excellent walking, cycling, and riding.
Nearby are the wonderful medieval towns of Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ludlow, the World Heritage Centre of Ironbridge with nine museums and Blists Hill Victorian Village, plus the amazing Wroxeter Roman City.
A friendly cottage in a delightful location.
About the location
Callaughton 0.9 miles; Bridgnorth 8 miles; Shrewsbury 12 miles.
This delightful 700-year old market town lies on the north east end of the famous Wenlock Edge, in the heart of the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Considered the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games, the town is filled with a patchwork of twisting streets, black and white half timbered buildings, limestone cottages, speciality shops, quality pubs and restaurants. Stroll round the remains of the magnificent 12th century priory, 16th century Guildhall, the interesting Norman church and the Old Gaol House. Above the town rises the 15 mile long Wenlock Edge, boasting glorious views and excellent walking, cycling, and riding. Nearby are the wonderful medieval towns of Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ludlow, the World Heritage Centre of Ironbridge with nine museums and Blists Hill Victorian Village, plus the amazing Wroxeter Roman City and Stokesay Castle.