- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
32 Customer Reviews
"Lovely clean house with beautiful views."
"Lovely house Clean Host very helpful"
"Fabulous location leading onto bridleways and footpaths in this beautiful area ."
Huglith Farm is like homefrom home, excellent fittings and furnishings and great we could get together with the family. Our hosts were very welcoming and helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
"Lovely big house in a beautiful location!"
Would love to stay again and have already recommended to others.
"The host and her family were especially friendly and welcoming."
"We had a wonderful sunny May half week with 3 children(aged 11,9 and 6 years) and grandparents at Huglith farm."
The area and cottage are beautiful. There are lots of great walks to do ( we did Stiperstones and Long Mynd which are a short drive away) as well as ones from the doorstep. We also went to Blists Hill Victorian village and rafting down the Severn at Ironbridge which we highly recommend. Its a great place for a very relaxing stay in gorgeous accommodation. Would love to go back!
"We had a very comfortable stay."
The view was amazing. The owner made sure we were okay and had all we needed. She left us everything to make a cuppa, including biscuits. But also added fresh eggs from the farm and a bottle of wine. My only regret was we couldn’t stay longer. Thank you.
"This was such a lovely escape in the middle of the pandemic (and just before lockdown 2)."
We visited during October half term, and appreciated the flexibility of being able to book for only part of the week. The house was huge and so comfortable and pretty, but also safe for our two-year-old twins, who didn't break anything! There was plenty of room for both their cots in one of the bedrooms, and our five-year-old loved being in the single bedroom with beams at the top of the house. We enjoyed the log fire, going for walks straight out of the door, and watching the cows come in on one of the days of our visit. The kitchen and heating were easy to use, and we appreciated the little treats that had been left for us! The house feels gloriously remote and quiet, but it was also easy to get to the places we wanted to visit: the Stiperstones (very nearby), the Long Mynd, Hawkstone Park and Wroxeter Roman City on our way home. The house and the holiday suited us perfectly and were just what we needed.
"We had a fantastic week at Huglith Farm."
The cottage is so spacious and homely with everything we could possibly want (even a few goodies left for us!). We met the owner on arrival and she was very friendly and helpful. The cottage is in a wonderful location, very remote (which is why we chose it) with fabulous views from every window. Great walks from the door and many, many walks within a short drive. We will definitely return at some point very soon.
"The most spacious accommodation we have ever stayed in, excellent hill walking and a warm welcome."
"This was easily the best equipped, the best situated and the most spacious and comfortable holiday house we have stayed in !"
Our family loved it, the outdoor space was delightful with lovely views and hikes from the back door. The beds showers and indoor and outdoor sofas were very comfortable and the gas bbq was great for sunny evening meals.
"Wonderful accomadation and very welcoming hosts."
Made our Christmas a special one. Would highly recommend Huglith Farm, looking forward to a return visit.
"Lovely country setting, old building but all new construction."
Plenty of hot water, beds, and comfortable sitting room for relaxation. Short journey to town for groceries and restaurants, but we felt peaceful and remote in this location.
"The accommodation was extremely smart and comfortable and contained all the facilities we could possibly want."
The owners were pleasant and obliging, and views from the windows beautiful.
"This is a great house in a fabulous location with superb views from every window."
The house is extremely comfortable and well equipped and with lots of room for everyone to have their own space. An easy walk from the house takes you up to the ‘top of the world’, where you can enjoy a 360 degree view of Shropshire and beyond. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and intend to return.
"The cottage was a great base for walking and for our family getting together."
"We were really looking forward to our holiday at Huglith Farm and we were not disappointed."
Huglith was everything that we were hoping for and more. It made our family Christmas extra special and we didn't want to leave. The property and setting were perfect and the owner was very friendly. There was nothing that we would have changed although my daughter would have liked to have stayed for longer as she loved it! We would definitely recommend Huglith Farm to others and will be back. Thank you Prunella for the lovely welcome and the extras that were left.
"What a great location , a great welcome from the owners on arrival and a few things to get you started ."
The photos don’t really do the location and the interior justice it’s a must visit , we all enjoyed the stay .
"We had a lovely stay at Huglith Farm."
The owners were there if you needed them, otherwise you were left alone - bliss!
"Huglith Farm was one place where the pictures really couldn't do the location justice."
Stunning location and exceptional views, especially from the top of the nearby hill. The location is very rural, so it might add a little time to travel for day trips, but the payoff is a very peaceful location with no traffic noise whatsoever! The only noises you'll hear are from the buzzards, red kites, owls, ravens and the resident cows at the farm. The farm itself is beautifully appointed but also has a very homely quality about it. All the rooms are well proportioned and comfortable. Thoroughly enjoyed our day trips to Ludlow, Stiperstones, the Long Mynd, Church Stretton, Shrewsbury and Berrington Hall. The Nags Head at Pontesbury was a consistent eatery: all seven in our party enjoyed their meals there on two separate occasions. The owners at Huglith Farm were very welcoming and friendly and provided some nice touches, like freshly picked mushrooms. Certainly a place I would happily come back to again. As noted by another user though, it's a shame Sykes Holidays bombard you with daily emails. I enjoyed their holiday but would I want to book a holiday every day from them? Not likely! But that wouldn't put me off booking again at Huglith Farm.
"Too many junk emails from Sykes themselves - enough to put me off using them again!"
"The house was situated away from main roads, but the roads to it were good although narrow."
The track up to the house was quite rough but slow driving up it didn't cause any problems. There was a warm welcome from the owner. The house was lovely, very clean and well equipped. There were fresh flowers in the hallway which was a lovely touch and lovely planters outside along with ample seating for all of us. The teenagers with us enjoyed the outside for going exploring and the wifi for continuing to use their computers and phones. The house was situated in glorious countryside with amazing views and we enjoyed watching buzzards flying, seeing pheasants and hearing the lowing of cattle. Very peaceful place to recharge batteries.
"This farm is highly recommended, warm welcome, very helpful and nice owners and very beautiful area."
You can spend alot of time enjoying the landscape arround you, sheep, cows ...etc. you need sometimes to get out of busy life you relaxing with our family. Thanks Prunella, thanks John and thanks David...Thanks alot. Ibra
"Huglith Farm was everything we could wish, and more."
A stunning setting, and a beautiful house, with heaps of little extras to enjoy. Sitting out on the decking with a glass of wine, left by the owners, enjoying the tranquillity and gorgeous views in the setting sun - what a way to start a holiday! Plenty to do in the area, from Stokesay Castle, a gem of an ancient manor house, to the little steam railway at Telford - just what excited a train-mad three year-old - and the charming town of Ludlow with its market. All lovely!
Just what we needed for a larger group.
"The countryside was stunning, the house beautifully appointed and the owners extremely welcoming."
"A stunning location to be in, to relax and watch the countryside."
Far, far away from modern day living.
"All good and v enjoyable week!"
Just need bigger fridge for the number of people!
"Beautiful cottage, very quiet and stunning views."
The owner was very welcoming. We would definitely stay here again if in the area
"Lovely spacious family house in a great setting."
We really enjoyed our holiday.
"A comfortable, home from home property in a fabulous location in the peace and quiet of the countryside but with easy access to shops, pubs and restaurants."
"We thought the property and location were brilliant and the owners were on hand if anything was needed."
However, I would have liked more cleaning equipment such as dish cloths etc.
- Over three floors
- Four bedrooms with TV: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x second floor twin, 1 x second floor single
- Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC
- Ground floor basin and WC
- Kitchen with dining area (seats 4)
- Dining room
- Sitting room with woodburner.
- Oil central heating with woodburner
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Ample off road parking
- Bike storage available
- Private lawned area and raised decking with furniture and BBQ
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shops and restaurants 3 miles, pub 1 mile
- Note: Second floor bedrooms accessed by a steep staircase and single bedroom has a low beam, not suitable for those with limited mobility.
Habberley 1 mile.
This traditional farmhouse with oak beamed ceilings is located on the owners’ working cattle farm on the outskirts of the pretty Shropshire village of Habberley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Beautifully furnished and decorated throughout and with spectacular panoramic views, this delightful cottage is ideal for friends and families looking to enjoy a peaceful retreat in the heart of some of the most glorious Shropshire countryside.
This spacious and luxurious cottage is in a wonderful location and is set over three floors.
Entering into the attractive hallway with oak beams and exposed stonework, you immediately sense the quality and style of this lovely farmhouse.
The well-equipped, light and airy kitchen has views across the open countryside and the dining room is very attractively furnished.
Enjoy the comfort of sinking into one of the luxurious sofas in front of the woodburner in the stunning sitting room, or step out through the French doors onto the elevated decked area to enjoy the wonderful panoramic views.
There are four spacious bedrooms, all with TV, and one with an en-suite shower room together with a lovely bathroom and separate ground floor cloakroom.
Outside, you are surrounded by open countryside on this wonderful farm location, with a decked area to sit and enjoy the passing of the day.
Admire the majestic beauty of Earl’s Hill with its Iron Age fort, or look beyond to the Breidden Hills and the Welsh mountains.
Situated as it is in the heart of this beautiful countryside, this charming cottage is ideally placed to enjoy a host of fabulous walks, cycling and horse riding.
National Cycle Route 44 runs close by, whilst to the rear of the property is a public bridleway which takes you through rural lanes and unspoilt countryside.
Just a few miles away is the beautiful village of Pontesbury with its lovely shops, pubs and restaurants.
The Stiperstones, Carding Mill Valley and Long Mynd, with their breathtaking views, are short drives away.
The medieval county town of Shrewsbury is 12 miles away with its cobbled streets, lovely riverside walks, independent shops and pubs and restaurants to explore.
Church Stretton, Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth and Ironbridge are all within easy reach and offer local markets, historical buildings, and the opportunity to enjoy local food and drink.
Why not cross over the border into Wales and take a ride on the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, or walk the shores around the stunning Lake Vyrnwy?
This lovely cottage is a superb base from which to explore the interesting towns, villages and stunning countryside of Shropshire whatever the season.
About the location
Pontesbury 3 miles; Shrewsbury 12 miles.
The small village of Habberley lies near the Stiperstones and has several attractive half-timbered houses including Habberley Hall which dates back to the 16th century and was once home to the Mytton family, a famous member being Jack Mytton after whom the 100 mile long Jack Mytton Way was named. The local pub also bears the family name, the Mytton Arms. The beautiful village of Pontesbury is only a few miles away and has lovely shops, pubs and restaurants. Shrewsbury is full of higgledy-piggledy streets, and a river that scoops up the town in a loop. A mix of the very old and the very new, the quirky and the one-off. Set amidst glorious countryside near to the Welsh Borders, it is one of England's finest medieval market towns. The town centre is packed with timber-framed Black and White buildings, steep narrow streets and alleyways. There are over 600 listed buildings including the Castle, now a regimental museum, and the world-famous Shrewsbury Abbey, home of the fictional Brother Cadfael.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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