Ellesmere 3 miles.
Rose Bank Cottage is a beautiful ground floor getaway which enjoys a peaceful countryside location, just over three miles from Ellesmere in Shropshire.
With the option of accommodating two or four people in such a homely cottage, it is equally desirable for a romantic couple’s retreat or a holiday with your friends.
Enter the property through its wonderful stable door and be greeted by a light and airy kitchen/diner, boasting stunning quarry tiled flooring, lightly coloured units and a charming dining table set for four.
Adjacent to this lies an immaculate double bedroom decorated to a hotel room-like standard and enhanced by a stunning beamed A-frame on the ceiling.
A step up from the kitchen/diner leads you to the rest of this wonderful accommodation; first you will discover a gleaming all-white shower room with a walk-in shower and a heated towel rail.
Lastly, wander into the splendid, spacious sitting room offering a lovely writing desk to do some work at.
There is also a double sofa bed, should any extra guests wish to stay.
Truly admire this divine countryside location by kicking back on the lawn with a chilled drink in hand and the fresh air to accompany you.
A short trip North and you will discover the pretty market town of Ellesmere, lined with an array of quality amenities as well as The Mere offering lovely walks and a restaurant with splendid lake views.
Alternatively, the area provides everything from the captivating market town of Shrewsbury with its multitude of listed buildings, to the wondrous Shropshire Hills AONB slightly further south.
A tastefully finished cottage in a fabulous Shropshire setting.
About the location
Whitchurch 11 miles.
The pretty market town of Ellesmere with its Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buildings quietly nestles between the Shropshire Meres and the well-known Shropshire to Llangollen canal, in an area renowned as Shopshire's Lakeland. Steeped in history and originally fortified as an Anglo-Saxon settlement, this peaceful town boasts a lovely church with a 15th century roof and was home to Thomas Telford during the building of the canal network in the late 18th century. The town also boasts a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as an abundance of entertainment on and around the meres in the surrounding area. Stroll through Cremorne Gardens, go fishing or boating, take some time to explore Colemere Country Park with its wonderful wildlife and scenic walks, or walk along the canal. A lovely location offering something for everyone at any time of year.