This delightful cottage annexe, adjoining the owner’s home, is situated on the slopes of the Onny Valley, in the rural village of Ratlinghope, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, under six miles from Church Stretton.
In its elevated position, this Shropshire cottage provides wonderful views over the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve and surrounding hills.
This Ratlinghope cottage offers very comfortable accommodation, which includes a cosy woodburning stove, making it a lovely peaceful location for a couple in search of a romantic break.
There are wonderful scenic walks and cycle trails from the door of your Shropshire holiday home, or you can simply relax on the patio and watch the buzzards and house martins fly over the hills.
There’s a pub only one minute's walk from this Ratlinghope cottage, which is renowned for its local real ale and excellent food.
Discover picturesque Church Stretton, known as Little Switzerland, or Bishop's Castle, medieval Ludlow and Shrewsbury, all of which are less than thirty minutes' drive from your Shropshire cottage.
This welcoming Ratlinghope cottage is perfect for an excellent hill walking or birdwatching holiday, or a quiet break, at any time of year.
Split-level all ground floor accommodation. One double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite walk-in shower , hand-held shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Church Stretton 6 miles.
The rural village of Ratlinghope is scattered around a valley in the hills of the Long Mynd and Stiperstones, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It lies alongside the Darnford Brook, which originates at Wildmoor Pool in the hills above. This wonderfully scenic area provides beautiful walks and bike trails through the surrounding rolling hills, and the renowned Castle Ring, the earthwork of Ratlinghope Hill, is the fort described by Mary Webb in her novel "Golden Arrow". Only 6 miles away is the pretty town of Church Stretton often described as "Little Switzerland". The town is home to a variety of tea rooms, pubs and specialist shops. Other local attractions include walks on the Long Mynd, the Acton Scott Historic Working Farm and Stokesay Castle. The medieval towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Ironbridge, Much Wenlock and Bishops Castle are only a short drive away. This whole area is renowned for its beautiful hill scenery and wonderful walking.