Leintwardine 1.5 miles.
This delightful, semi-detached, ground floor cottage is situated next to the owners' home, in the grounds of their family-run smallholding in a peaceful setting, close to the village of Leintwardine in Shropshire.
A 1.5-acre wildlife and fishing pool is surrounded by six acres of pastureland, with the setting a haven for wildlife and animal lovers as the owners' raise pigs and chickens, the meat and eggs from which are sold locally.
Jay's Hatch has been lovingly restored and offers cosy accommodation which includes a warm and welcoming sitting room with woodburning stove and a very well-equipped kitchen.
Special touches, such as the bamboo flooring throughout and exposed beams, make this a unique holiday cottage.
The double bedroom has doors to the rear garden, with the other offering adult-sized bunk beds.
Outside the patio, overlooking the farm, boasts a fabulous sauna making an ideal place to sit and relax after a day exploring this unspoilt area, and a hot tub, from where the dark skies are ideal for star gazing.
The village of Leintwardine offers a Grade II listed parlour pub, as well as a Post Office and walks in all directions.
Within driving distance is the market town of Ludlow with its 500 listed buildings, festivals throughout the year and numerous shops, pubs, restaurants and tea rooms.
Also in the area are a number of attractions, such as the World Heritage Site at Ironbridge and Severn Valley Railway.
A very special holiday cottage for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove. Shared external utility.
About the location
Bucknell 4.5 miles; Ludlow 10.5 miles.
The Roman village of Leintwardine, which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book, lies in beautiful Herefordshire countryside, close to the Shropshire border and boasts a Grade II listed parlour pub which serves a large selection of real ales. There is also a Post Office and the area offers visitors many lovely walks in all directions including the Herefordshire Trail which runs through the village, and also nearby is the Shropshire Way. Close by is the pretty village of Bucknell which nestles on the banks of the River Redlake and lies within the Shropshire Hills - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering a pub, Post Office, butcher and general store. The historic medieval market town of Ludlow is situated on the River Teme, amongst the outstanding countryside of the Welsh Marches. With more than 500 listed buildings, Ludlow’s medieval street pattern remains almost intact and provides a fascinating backdrop for the town’s regular street markets, held in the shadow of the castle and showcasing a range of goods - from cheeses and fresh produce to books and local crafts. Ludlow is renowned for its shopping, with a number of antique and art and craft shops, along with a Michelin-starred restaurant and numerous tea shops, pubs and inns. Ludlow Castle is over 900-years old and contains fascinating examples of architecture while below, the Millennium Green offers a large public riverside green and the popular Green Cafe. Ludlow plays host to many food and drink festivals in spring and autumn, as well as the Medieval Christmas Festival and Shakespeare and Arts festivals in the summer. The World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge, Severn Valley Railway, Berrington Hall and Cardingmill Valley are all within easy reach and make a memorable day out for all the family. A wonderful holiday destination in a beautiful part of the country.