6 miles from Bishop's Castle.
A unique, quirky roundhouses located near Bishop's Castle in Shropshire.
With the bedrooms in different buildings and the surrounding greenery and activities, this is ideal for families and groups to enjoy a break in the English countryside.
Rolling Hills is an ideal retreat from the hustle and bustle of every day life as there is no noise or light pollution.
Perfect for the Romantic week end away with that special someone snuggled up in front of the wood burner looking up through the clear dome at the star lit sky from inside the comforts of the Round house.
This property comes with stunning panoramic views of Offa's Dyke and Bishop's Castle in the distance.
Rolling Hills has a rather unusual layout with two identical roundhouse/pods in separate buildings either side of a communal living area.
The roundhouses, Ash and Maple are astoundingly different with only natural light coming through the sun roof, lighting up what is an eccentric, fascinating open plan living area.
The only major difference between the two is the type of wood on the walls, Ash being clad with ash and maple being clad with maple.
Both pods are almost identical inside, finished with large contemporary beds sat in front of a woodburner and a FreeSat TV, creating the perfect living space.
Perfect for the adults and the children to spend some time apart.
The communal living area is nothing short of spectacular, spacious wet rooms and an immaculate kitchen diner make this the perfect spot for the group to come together and plan the activities of the day.
Not to mention the BBQ and pizza oven outside.
The closest equipped town to these secluded roundhouses is Bishop's Castle.
A delightful town set in Shropshire carrying great history and character.
It is home to an annual Real Ale Festival along with other regular festivals and fairs.
Other than Bishop's Castle you are surrounded by great attractions such as Powys Castle and the Severn Railway.
Bustling towns such as Ludlow and Shrewsbury are also within easy reach.A really eccentric, different style of cottage well worth a stay in the incredible Shropshire Hills.