Westbury 1 mile.
This terraced barn makes a lovely getaway, offering the tranquility of the countryside and a cosy base to return to during your holiday.
Couples or a small family, will feel right at home in this charming cottage which promises guests a leisurely break any time of the year.
Wander past the breath-taking views and into the living room, stylishly presented with a seating area and a modernized kitchen.
A small dining table rests behind the sofa, perfect for breakfast in the morning hours, or dinner with your loved ones after the sun goes down.
The bathroom lies close by, boasting a walk-in shower and a contemporary design that compliments the property well.
The first bedroom is a characterful place to sleep, with bold exposed beams and matching dressing tables.
There is plenty of space available to store your belongings and this room is a lovely place to relax.
The twin bedroom is perfect for travellers to enjoy some quiet time after an adventure-filled day and a glimpse of colour ties the room together well.
Outside is where you will want to be, spending some time in the hot tub admiring the views or enjoying a refreshing drink amongst the rural surroundings.
Westbury is steeped in history and you can explore the depths of the village and its neighbouring attractions.
Walking enthusiasts will enjoy a walk up Rodney's Pillar, the Stiperstones or along the Long Mynd, all an easy drive away.
Close by, you can visit Shrewsbury appreciated for its castle, spires, abbey, parklands and half-timbered medieval houses, along with Attingham Park and Wroxeter Roman City, with the ruins of the fourth largest city in Roman Britain.
Alternatively spend a day exploring Ironbridge and its many attractions.
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.