Ellesmere 1.2 miles.
This delightful, semi-detached barn conversion is located on a non-working farm in the rural hamlet of Lee, 1.2 miles from Ellesmere in the heart of Shropshire’s Lakeland region.
One of two lovely holiday cottages situated in the grounds of the owner’s home, this Ellesmere cottage retains many of its original features, and offers a traditional cottage atmosphere, flattered by the contemporary fixtures and fittings.
This cottage near Ellesmere boasts a charming mezzanine twin bedroom along with a ground floor double and a delightful living area, all providing perfect accommodation for a family holiday or a romantic break.
Outside, the private front decking is ideal for relaxing and dining alfresco after a wonderful day exploring the surrounding Shropshire lakes and hills, as the area around this charming Ellesmere cottage is renowned for its scenic walks, fishing, sailing and wildlife.
Ellesmere’s pretty town centre is within easy reach, boasting a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, and a little further, many more attractions in both England and Wales can be found; from lovely medieval Shrewsbury, to the World Heritage Site at Ironbridge, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, the castles of Stokesay and Ludlow, or the serene riverside walks and exhilarating watersports at Llangollen.
Whatever you decide upon, this is the perfect Ellesmere cottage for a relaxing holiday in a beautiful part of the country.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 23293, and together they accommodate 8.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x mezzanine twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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.