This lovely semi-detached barn rests on the outskirts of Westbury, eight miles west of the town of Shrewsbury, and very close to the Wales-England border.
Equally perfect for families, friends, or couples, this retreat promises a comfortable stay for guests, with soft furnishings and neutral colours effectively representing the cottage's quality theme.
Introducing an open-plan living area, feel free to relax on the armchair and sofa included, or enjoy a home-cooked meal together at the dining area, situated by the modernised kitchen.
Just off from this, you will discover a beautiful wet room, and a twin bedroom coordinated with bedside tables, and a warm glow from the lamps that rest on top.
The master suite is presented with king-size beds, uplifted by a brick feature wall, and joined by storage cupboards, along with an en-suite shower room.
With large windows to the front, views sweep out towards the south of Shropshire, a calming backdrop to wake up to every day that goes by.
Open the doors to your own enclosed garden perfectly divided for pets to roam, as you enjoy the scenery that leans over to Rodney's pillar; a famous local landmark.
The county town of Shrewsbury is only a short drive offering a mismatch of buildings and architectural styles lining meandering cobbled streets.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the town, as well as boutique shops, museums and art galleries to visit during your stay.
Just outside of these, you can visit Attingham Park and Wroxeter Roman City, with the ruins of the fourth largest city in Roman Britain.
A picture-postcard destination to build some memories.
This property can be booked with prop ref 945034 and 945045.
About the location
Shrewsbury 11.4 miles.
Westbury is a village and parish in Shropshire, England. It includes the settlements of Caus Forest, Lake, Marche, Newtown, Stoney Stretton, Vennington, Wallop, Westbury, Whitton, Winsley and Yockleton. It lies 8 miles west of the town of Shrewsbury, very close to the Wales-England border. Shrewsbury - Shropshire's county town, founded by the Saxons and most extensively developed by Tudors, lies within a giant loop of the river Severn and is famed for its castle, spires, abbey, parklands and half-timbered medieval houses. Just outside of these, you can visit Attingham Park and Wroxeter Roman City, with the ruins of the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. English Heritage have thoughtfully provided an exhibition on site to tell you all about it.