“The nearest earthly place to paradise.” On arrival at Nest Holiday Hideaway, it’s easy to see why the author PG Wodehouse said these words of Shropshire.
Perfectly positioned in the walker's wonderland of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Nest's location provides a sanctuary of serenity, stunning scenery and a truly beautiful base from which to explore.
The philosophy of Nest Holiday Hideaway is 'Transformational Travel', a rural retreat where you can de-stress, relax and revitalise, embedded in beautiful surroundings and the sights and sounds of nature, whilst also being near and having great access to magnificent market towns such as Shrewsbury and Church Stretton and Shropshire's myriad other unique attractions.
Wren Cottage is a beautiful, cosy bolthole of immense character and charm uniquely, lovingly created from an 18th century barn and set in perfect countryside, with a wealth of wood beams and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Elegantly and eclectically furnished with antiques, vintage pieces and William Morris fabrics, Wren Cottage also boasts a romantic wood burning stove and all modern conveniences, including WiFi, Now TV, well appointed kitchen with dishwasher, and luxurious en-suite bathrooms with rain showers.
This property can also be booked together with the adjoining Dove Cottage – together they sleep up to 6 (search Ref. 966796).
All ground floor with eaves-height beamed, sloping ceilings throughout. Double bedroom with French doors onto terrace and garden, plus en suite bathroom with rain shower. Kitchen, dining and sitting area with woodburning stove, with French doors onto terrace and garden featuring antique cast furniture and Kadai firebowl.
About the location
Church Stretton 4 miles; Shrewsbury 10 miles.
3/4 mile from the ancient village of Picklescott, with award winning 17th century inn and eatery The Bottle & Glass.
Large private, secluded pay-as-you-go fishing lake.
4 miles to town of Church Stretton — known as Little Switzerland — with 4 floor antique centre and collection of independent shops and cafés.
10 miles to riverside market town of Shrewsbury, first settled by 7th century Saxons, birth place of Charles Darwin, plus home to 660 listed buildings and a burgeoning boutique and café culture.
20 miles to Ludlow, medieval market town and gastronomic capital of Shropshire.
22 miles to historic Ironbridge, World Heritage Site.
Hundreds of historical interest sites nearby: castles; magnificent mansions and manor houses; abbeys and priories; stone circles and myriad other stone, neolithic and bronze age sites; great affluence of Sites of Special Scientific Interest; and the Roman city of Viroconium.