This end-terrace cottage is ideally located in the ancient town of Bishop’s Castle in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This upside down, former stable block provides perfect accommodation for a romantic break in a beautiful part of the country.
Walk down the cottage path to the front door, which takes you straight into the light and airy bedroom, complete with en-suite facilities.
The open plan accommodation on the first floor includes a very well-equipped kitchen, dining area and sumptuous seating area, which boasts a beamed vaulted ceiling.
This cosy cottage has been thoughtfully furnished, complete with the owner's personal touches.
The front garden has seating areas and a barbecue, an ideal place to unwind and enjoy a good book or a spot of alfresco dining.
The town's many amenities are just a stroll away and a number of walks and cycle trails can be enjoyed from the doorstep, with the Shropshire Way running through the town and Jack Mytton Way close by.
Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Montgomery are within easy reach and make a great day out.
A delightful cottage, perfect for a relaxing break at any time of year.
One ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. First floor open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed.
About the location
Montgomery 10 miles; Ludlow 17 miles; Shrewsbury 21 miles.
The attractive market town of Bishop's Castle is surrounded by the South West Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The ancient town offers a weekly market and an excellent variety of shops, pubs and places to eat. It is famous for its annual Real Ale Festival, Tandem Triathlon and regular festivals and fairs, including Party in the Park and the particularly popular, Michaelmas Fair. The town is ideally placed for walking and touring the Welsh Marches, rural Shropshire and North Herefordshire, while the fascinating and well-known towns of Montgomery, Ludlow and Shrewsbury are all within easy reach. You can also enjoy the numerous nearby attractions, including Powis Castle, the Severn Valley Railway and walks along Offa’s Dyke and The Shropshire Way.