Engulfed by beautiful verdant countryside, with refreshing vistas reaching the Shropshire Hills, is Old Hall Barns, a wonderfully refurbished barn conversion with a lovely homely feel.
This idyllic little retreat welcomes a small family of four or a group of friends to share a delightful break together in the heart of fabulous walking country.
For those looking to explore the historic town of Shrewsbury or immerse themselves in Shropshire Hills AONB, this is the place for you.
Sitting attractively amongst a cluster of barns, in an old courtyard next to the half-timbered farmhouse on the owners land, this cottage is well-appointed with an open-plan living space charmingly inviting you in through the door.
The kitchen rests in the corner of the room to the right as you step in, cream units and sleek worktops accompany newly fitted appliances, along with a luxurious L-shaped sofa and a fold away dining table positioned adjacent.
This interior space, with sweeping wooden floors, is a lovely place to relax and unwind after venturesome outings.
The two bedrooms, adorned in bright, uplifting colour schemes, comprise a king-size double and a twin, the twin room occupying a lovely dressing room annex for you to comfortably get ready each morning.
The bathroom is beautifully appointed with an all-white finish.
To the outside you with find a fabulous hot tub in which you can fully de-stress and luxuriate in the warm bubbles, views out over the rolling landscape ahead would delight any guest whilst the gentle flow of the stream brings soft music to the ears.
Just a couple of minutes away you have a local pub in the village and nearby Church Stretton boasts more pubs, charming tea rooms and specialist shops.
Enjoy the beautiful surrounding area offering historic houses and castles within stunning grounds, a discovery centre and much more, with this delightful cottage to base your stay.
About the location
Church Stretton 1 mile; Shrewsbury 12 miles; Ludlow 17 miles.
The charming village of All Stretton, just 12 miles south of medieval Shrewsbury, lies at the foot of the beautiful Caradoc and Long Mynd Hills, renowned for their stunning beauty and rolling countryside walks. The village boasts an excellent pub, whilst the nearby town of Church Stretton is just 1 mile away offering tea rooms, pubs, specialist shops and one of the highest golf courses in England. Other local attractions include the Acton Scott Working Farm, Stokesay Castle, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Wroxeter Roman City, Attingham Park and the wonderful historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Ironbridge, Much Wenlock and Bishop's Castle, all within easy driving distance.