Westbury 1 mile.
Middle Cottage is a terraced barn conversion situated on a working farm close to the village of Westbury, close to the historical county town of Shrewsbury.
The property is laid out over one floor with the entrance leading into a spacious open-plan living area, with impressive high ceilings and simple but stylish decor.
This area includes a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area and a pleasing sitting area with comfortable sofa and wall mounted TV.
Adjoining this room is a top quality, contemporary bathroom with large walk in shower, as well as a neutrally decorated bedroom with a cosy double bed (zip/link, can be two single beds on request), perfect for recharging your batteries after a day's exploring.
The property is accessed through an enclosed garden, featuring a large lawn area with garden furniture, bisected by a herringbone path.
This private space is the ideal place to relax in the afternoon sun, or even to dine alfresco with a tasty meal whipped up in the kitchen.
Nearby there are plenty of places to go walking, with the Shropshire countryside on your doorstep, as well as plenty of attractions such as heritage sites Attingham Park and Wroxeter Roman City.
The county town of Shrewsbury is only a short drive offering a beautiful mismatch of buildings and architectural styles lining meandering cobbled streets.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the town, as well as boutique shops, museums and art galleries to discover.
This property is ideal for a couple wanting to take a break in a relaxing rural location, but still have easy access to all the amenities of a bustling town.
This property can be booked with 945046 and 945034.
About the location
Shrewsbury 11.4 miles.
Westbury is a village and parish in Shropshire, England. It includes the settlements of Caus Forest, Lake, Marche, Newtown, Stoney Stretton, Vennington, Wallop, Westbury, Whitton, Winsley and Yockleton. It lies 8 miles west of the town of Shrewsbury, very close to the Wales-England border. Shrewsbury - Shropshire's county town, founded by the Saxons and most extensively developed by Tudors, lies within a giant loop of the river Severn and is famed for its castle, spires, abbey, parklands and half-timbered medieval houses. Just outside of these, you can visit Attingham Park and Wroxeter Roman City, with the ruins of the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. English Heritage have thoughtfully provided an exhibition on site to tell you all about it.