Shrewsbury 1.5 miles.
This Grade II listed, mid-terrace barn conversion is set on a pleasant residential estate and is situated close to Shrewsbury town centre in the heart of Shropshire.
Enjoy a romantic break at this lovely cottage, ideally located for exploring this delightful part of the country.
This cosy cottage is located in a quiet courtyard, and is stylishly decorated with an open plan sitting room and dining area, overlooked by a modern kitchen with stable door offering views onto the garden, and providing all you need to prepare a home-cooked meal after a busy day exploring the delights of the local area.
The ground floor bathroom is modern, with a shower cubicle and laundry area with washing machine.
Upstairs there is a mezzanine bedroom with a gabled roof, exposed oak wall trusses and views over the garden.
Enjoy a refreshing drink and plan the next day’s adventures in the enclosed, south-facing garden, which is lovely on summer evenings.
Close by is a good selection of shops, including a local pub with restaurant, as well as a children’s park two minutes’ away.
Just twenty minutes’ walk is Shrewsbury town centre, where you will find an extensive selection of pubs, wine bars, restaurants and shops.
Further afield there are museums to visit at Ironbridge and the castle and high quality restaurants in Ludlow.
This cosy mid-terrace cottage provides the perfect base for a cosy romantic getaway.
Mostly ground floor. One mezzanine double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Bowbrook 3.7 miles; Church Stretton 13 miles; Much Wenlock 13 miles.
Shrewsbury lies in the heart of one of England's most beautiful counties. Set within a giant loop of the River Severn, it is one of England's finest heritage towns with over 600 listed buildings. Explore the picturesque cobbled alleys and squares or enjoy some of the events and festivals that take place each year, particularly Shrewsbury's 'Summer Season' which caters for every age and interest. The town offers a superb selection of independent and high street shops, along with plenty of cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs. The birthplace of Charles Darwin, Shrewsbury also boasts Shrewsbury Abbey, founded in 1083 and home to the fictional Brother Cadfael. Shrewsbury Castle, an impressive sandstone building in beautiful gardens and grounds, houses the Shropshire Regimental Museum, while Quarry Park is home to the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show. Visit NT's stately Attingham Park, an elegant 18th century mansion, Wroxeter Roman City, the museums at Ironbridge, the castle and Michelin starred restaurants of Ludlow, or Acton Scott working farm, as featured in the Victorian Farm TV series.