Kinlet 1 mile.
A lovely, detached timber lodge, one of four on a holiday site, surrounded by beautiful countryside and situated close to the Shropshire/Worcestershire border, in the scattered village of Kinlet.
Thoughtfully decorated and furnished throughout, this charming Kinlet holiday lodge offers spacious accommodation, perfect for a get together with family and friends.
Set entirely over the ground floor and offering lovely views of the Wyre Forest and Severn Valley, this Kinlet self-catering lodge has two bedrooms, with the master benefiting from an en-suite shower room.
The open plan living accommodation at this Kinlet cottage has everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a well-equipped kitchen, a cosy sitting area and doors to the outside area, from where the long distance views can be enjoyed.
The rear veranda makes the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink, a barbecue or alfresco dining whilst delighting in the tranquil surroundings.
The village of Kinlet, just one mile away, has a local pub, whilst further amenities can be found in the small market town of Cleobury Mortimer, just three miles away.
Many lovely walks, including the Severn Valley Way, can be enjoyed in the area as well as cycle trails, fishing and National Trust properties.
A lovely Kinlet holiday cottage to be enjoyed all year round.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with gas fire.
About the location
Cleobury Mortimer 3 miles; Bewdley 6 miles.
The small, scattered village of Kinlet quietly nestles on the southern edge of Shropshire's beautiful countryside, just north of the Wyre Forest, and boasts an historic church and a welcoming inn serving fine food and real ales. Just 3 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 queit 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.