A brick-built cottage adjoining the owners' large farmhouse, on a 1200-acre working livestock and arable farm, which is part of the prestigious Linley Hall Estate, located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, only 3 miles from the delightful town of Bishop's Castle.
With open plan living accommodation which includes a Rayburn cooker, this Bishop's Castle holiday cottage provides a welcoming and cosy base, just perfect for a romantic retreat or a young family break.
The charming bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, and on request can accommodate two young children on a futon and a cot-bed.
The enclosed rear lawned garden is ideal for relaxing and dining alfresco after a day exploring this beautiful part of Shropshire.
This Bishop's Castle cottage is surrounded by open farmland and is situated on The Shropshire Way path, bordered by the scenic Long Mynd and Stiperstones hills, making this a wonderful location for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers.
Explore the Clun and Kerry Forests, the lovely South Shropshire Hills, the medieval towns of Ludlow and Shrewsbury, Stokesay Castle and the Ironbridge Gorge museums, which are all within easy reach.
This Bishop's Castle cottage is a perfect retreat for exploring the many attractions throughout beautiful Shropshire.
One king-size double bedroom (single futon and cot-bed for young children on request) with electric heater and en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Bishop’s Castle 3.3 miles; Ludlow 19.5 miles.
Linley is a rural hamlet standing amidst rolling farmland, with the Shropshire Way Path passing through, and bordered by the lovely Long Mynd and Stiperstone Hills. The main feature of the hamlet is historic Linley Hall and its estate. Only 3 miles away is the attractive market town of Bishop's Castle, situated in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Shropshire Hills. The town offers a weekly market and a variety of shops, real ale pubs and places to eat. It is famous for its annual Real Ale Festival and regular fairs, with the Michaelmas Fair being particularly popular. The town is ideally placed for walking and touring the Welsh Marches, rural Shropshire and North Herefordshire. The fascinating and well-known towns of Ludlow and Shrewsbury are within easy reach. There are numerous nearby attractions including Powis Castle, the Severn Valley Railway and walks along Offa's Dyke and The Shropshire Way.
Note: Max. 2 adults and 2 children aged 5 and under.