A delightful, early 19th century, detached coach house conversion, in a courtyard within the grounds of an old rectory, in the sleepy village of Shrawardine; a wonderful opportunity to enjoy one of our quality Shropshire cottages.
Old Coach House has been skilfully developed to a very high standard to create an enticing combination of original character features with modern facilities, to offer welcoming, well-equipped accommodation.
The approach to the cottage has lovely views towards the Breidden Hills and Rodney's Pillar, whilst the scenic Severn Way Walk runs beside the cottage.
Wonderful walking can be enjoyed in the Shropshire Hills, and National Cycle Network route 81 is just 50 yards from the cottage.
Within easy reach are Shrewsbury, Church Stretton, Ludlow, the Ironbridge Gorge, Stokesay Castle and Acton Scott Historic Working Farm.
A luxury Shrawardine cottage in an ideal location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with beams, 1 x twin with beams, 1 x ground floor single with additional pull-out bed & en-suite wet room with shower, basin, WC. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, basin, WC. Fitted kitchen with granite worktops & dining area. Utility room. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Shrewsbury 6 miles; Church Stretton 15 miles.
The sleepy, secluded village of Shrawardine stands in the lovely Shropshire countryside, and boasts the remains of a 13th Century Norman castle from which you can enjoy scenic views. Ideally located for touring this lovely county, Shrawardine is only a short drive from the beautiful Shropshire hills of the Long Mynd, Stiperstones and Caradoc, which can be explored on foot, by bike, on horse or by car. 6 miles away is the medieval city of Shrewsbury, set into a loop of the River Severn, and offering timber-framed black-and-white buildings, a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants plus a new theatre, riverside walks, an abbey and castle. Discover the Ironbridge Gorge museums, Attingham Park, Church Stretton, Ludlow and the Severn Valley Railway.