Wem 4.8 miles.
Nestled within the beautiful grounds to the owner's farmhouse, just north of the Shropshire Hills AONB and surrounded by open, green fields, is Vitula Cottage.
This lovely barn conversion, approached by a country lane, offers a haven for walkers and cyclists, with a network of trails to choose from in the area.
Return to relax in this peaceful getaway and take in your surroundings from the living room, you can sink into the large sofa and drink in the views out over the greenery as you sip a thirst-quenching beverage.
Slide open the bi-folding doors on a warm summer's day and let a welcoming breeze through the open-plan space.
You can rustle up a tasty dinner for everyone to enjoy around the dining table, with the help of the modern appliances in the kitchen.
The high ceiling and considered lighting fixtures will uplift your mood each day, allowing you to truly make the most of your stay.
The ground floor double bedroom has its very own en-suite shower room for convenience and pleasant views to wake up to each morning through the patio doors.
Upstairs is the master bedroom showcasing a king-size double bed and an en-suite shower room, with a lovely oak finish throughout.
Finally, the outdoor space boasts a conservatory with a seating area and a hot tub, so you can enjoy a luxurious soak after a long walk with more of those soothing vistas, whatever time of the year.
There are a few pubs in the nearby area, with the nearest shop being in Wem, as well as cosy cafés, more pubs and lovely restaurants to choose from.
Pay a visit to the delightful town of Ellesmere, which is steeped in history and offers shops, pubs and eateries in abundance, as well as the Shropshire Union Canal babbling its way to Llangollen.
You have many historic landmarks, museums, National Trust properties and gardens to tempt any visitor.
Vitula Cottage is a first-rate property boasting an enviable position in Shropshire.
About the location
Whitchurch 9 miles; Shrewsbury 11.2 miles; Oswestry 19.2 miles
This small market town in Shropshire has a welcoming and quaint feel about it, nestled just north of the Shropshire Hills AONB, near borders of Wales and England, it is the perfect base for touring a wonderful region of Britain. This town is the administrative centre for the northern area committee of Shropshire council and occupies a town hall, train station, real ale pubs, cosy cafes and welcoming restaurants, as well as a few specialty shops bursting with delights. Surrounded by bountiful countryside, this is the ideal place to visit if you enjoy walking, with many trails and routes taking you among picturesque scenery. Visit the Tudor town of Shrewsbury nearby, with its historic castle, stunning abbey and fascinating museum and art gallery at your fingertips. Interestingly this town was the birthplace of Charles Darwin, and his statue can be seen outside the public library. Just outside the town is the National Trust's Attingham Park, a splendid hall and deer park with a beautiful walled garden waiting to be discovered. Another wonderful attraction worth a visit if you enjoy local history is Wroxeter Roman City; its fascinating ruins and new Roman Town House were featured on Channel 4’s ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day’ and stand to impress its many visitors. There are pretty gardens in abundance throughout Shropshire, along with walking, fishing and outdoor pursuits. Hawkstone Historic Park & Follies is a unique place, offering visitor’s hours of delight and excitement with stunning vistas of the Shropshire countryside and beyond. For those looking to relax while they are away, nearby Oswestry boasts Lion Quays Hotel and Spa, a tranquil oasis of luxury and leisure with a superb dining experience, rejuvenating spa and beautiful rolling countryside enveloping the spectacular grounds. This delightful holiday destination offers an all-round wondrous experience to everyone.