Bridgnorth 3 miles.
This traditional semi-detached brick-built Victorian farm cottage stands in a rural location in the hamlet of Eudon Burnell, surrounded by the owner's 330 acre arable farm, situated amongst the lovely Shropshire countryside, 3 miles south of Bridgnorth.
This holiday cottage near Bridgnorth is ideal for an all year round family holiday, or for a couple wanting a quiet countryside retreat.
Offering comfortable accommodation throughout, this cottage near Bridgnorth is made even more welcoming by the woodburning stove, perfect for relaxing in front of after a day exploring the Shropshire countryside.
The private lawned garden is ideal for enjoying alfresco dining, or just sitting with a drink after a day exploring the many attractions of the area.
This cottage near Bridgnorth is on the Jack Mytton bridle path and close to a national cycle route, offering guests excellent walking and cycling opportunities from the doorstep.
There is also an excellent choice of fishing lakes in the immediate area around this cottage near Bridgnorth.
The pretty market town of Bridgnorth is easily reached, and boasts many individual shops, traditional pubs and excellent restaurants, whilst a little further afield is the famous medieval town of Ludlow, pretty Church Stretton, known as Little Switzerland, many National Trust properties and the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
This cottage is a wonderful holiday destination for a memorable stay in the beautiful Shropshire countryside.
About the location
Much Wenlock 8 miles; Ironbridge 15 miles; Shrewsbury 20 miles; Ludlow 20 miles; Church Stretton 20 miles.
The market town of Bridgnorth lies in two very distinct halves - the High Town and the Low Town - separated by the red sandstone ridge on which the town is built. The two halves are connected by winding streets and flights of steps, or there is always the steep funicular railway, enabling the weary traveller to glimpse what Charles I called "the finest view in all my kingdom". A bustling Saturday street market provides an ample excuse to explore the town and examine the castle ruins, which lean at a greater angle than the Leaning Tower of Pisa! Flowing below is the River Severn, providing many pleasant riverside walks. The Severn Valley Railway runs between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster, and runs a variety of steam and diesel engines through picturesque country stations. In the areas surrounding Bridgnorth, there are a wealth of country parks, impressive houses, museums and picturesque Shropshire villages, as well as easy access to The Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford, and Ironbridge Gorge, with its 10 museums and striking landscape. The area offers excellent walking, and with the popular destinations of Shrewsbury, Ludlow and Church Stretton all within easy reach, it is ideal for a visit any time of the year.