This charming semi-detached barn conversion is situated in the grounds of the owner’s home, in the rural hamlet of Farlow, surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside.
Boasting oak floors throughout, Foxholes Barn is an ideal base for a romantic retreat, with a vaulted beamed ceiling giving a light and airy feel.
An oak staircase leads from the well-equipped dining kitchen up to the first floor.
Turn right to enter the bedroom area or left for the sumptuous sitting area, both beautifully furnished by the owner, with plenty of personal touches.
Outside, the front seating area is ideal for dining alfresco on a summer evening, or guests can also enjoy the owner's large garden which offers further seating for relaxation.
Many walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep, with the Shropshire and Jack Mytton Ways running close by.
Just 4 miles away is the pretty town of Cleobury Mortimer, with stunning Georgian and Tudor architecture, many individual shops, tea rooms and traditional pubs, as well as Ludlow, with its Michelin-starred restaurants.
The area also offers fishing, golf and numerous cycle routes, making it an ideal base for an activity holiday or romantic break at any time of year.
About the location
Cleobury Mortimer 4.7 miles; Ludlow 11 miles; Kidderminster 15.5 miles.
The scattered village of Farlow lies amongst beautiful countryside in southern Shropshire, offering many walks and cycle routes in all directions. Just a short drive 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. 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.