Nesscliffe 3 miles.
This well-presented, semi-detached dwelling rests between the historic market town of Shrewsbury and the smaller town of Oswestry, and is a short distance to Mid Wales.
This brightly decorated accommodation is perfect for a family getaway to the picturesque countryside setting and houses everything you could possibly need for a week-long stay.
Kick off your walking boots within the porch, before spending your wind down time within the contemporary-styled accommodation.
Fulfilling your culinary needs is a spacious kitchen, where the entire family can gather to enjoy a sociable evening while the designated chef of the group rustles up a delicious evening meal, with the feature Range cooker filling the room with charm and tradition.
Enjoy your meals within the sun room, where you will find a well-presented dining area, offering an opportunity to take in the surrounding views whilst you tuck into your breakfast or dinner.
Continuing is a welcoming sitting room benefitting from a roaring woodburning stove which fills the room with warmth during the chilly winter months.
As the evening draws to a close there are three bedrooms to choose from.
Conveniently located on the ground floor is a double room as well as a WC.
On the first floor there are two further well-presented bedrooms comprising of a kingsize bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a twin bedroom.
The family bathroom is also found on the first floor.
If you are visiting during the summer months, spend a moment or two within the rear garden where you can pour yourself a refreshing drink whilst soaking up the sunshine.
If you can tear yourself away from this charming base, venture into the village of Nesscliffe, where you will find a 15th century pub and the popular Nesscliife Hill Country Park.
For those feeling active, head to the picturesque Shropshire hills, where you will find opportunities for walking, cycling or driving on the Long Mynd, Stiperstones and Caradoc.
Other attractions within the surrounding location includes visiting the historic town of Shrewsbury, Ironbridge Gorge museums, Attingham Park and the National Trust property of Chrick Castle.
Acksea Cottage is a splendid retreat for exploring the countryside location.