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The Stables

Crudgington near Shrewsbury, Shropshire (Ref. 911743)



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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
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78 Customer Review(s)

  • “The Stables was exactly as described in the Brochure.”

    The Owners were charming, and although living across the road, never intruded at all. Wonderful for dogs. Hopefully we can go another year.

    The Owners were charming, and although living across the road, never intruded at all. Wonderful for dogs. Hopefully we can go another year.

    - Peter, August 2021

About the property

The Stables is a luxurious, ground floor, stable conversion set in lovely peaceful Shropshire countryside in a private setting, on the outskirts of the rural village of Crudgington, yet within a short journey from Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, Chester and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

This immaculately-presented stable has everything you need for the perfect relaxing break with sumptuous beds, a stunning bathroom and an attractive open plan living area with views across open fields to the distinctive Wrekin hill landmark beyond.

Entering through French doors into the attractive living area you are immediately struck by the quality and comfort the stable has to offer.

To one side there is a cosy seating area with plush sofas, high ceilings and exposed beams, perfectly complemented by the views to open countryside.

To the other side you will find a beautiful and extremely well-equipped kitchen.

The two double bedrooms have been carefully and thoughtfully prepared to ensure a comfortable stay for guests.

The stable also boasts a delightful bathroom consisting of a large bath for a long soak after a day’s exertions and a top quality spacious shower.

Outside there is plenty of space for children to let off steam in the open field in which the stable is set and adults are spoilt for choice with two seating areas; equipped with ample seating, tables and chairs as well as loungers and benches thoughtfully positioned within the setting, you will be perfectly placed to enjoy the view and soak up some sunshine whilst enjoying a refreshing drink.

Blessed with lovely walks and cycle rides right on your doorstep as well as riverside walks, this cottage is perfect for a romantic break or for friends and family looking to enjoy some quality time together.

Within easy reach of all Shropshire’s attractions, there is plenty on offer for everyone.

Cycling, walking, sightseeing and birdwatching (visiting swans can be seen from the property during the winter months) amidst the beautiful unspoilt countryside are all available.

Visit one of the many interesting museums such as Acton Scott Working Farm, the Ironbridge museums including Blists Hill Victorian Town or admire the splendour of days gone by at National Trust properties like Atcham and Attingham Park just outside Shrewsbury.

The medieval county town of Shrewsbury has independent shops, restaurants, interesting architecture and boat trips on the River Severn.

You may prefer the bustling atmosphere of the weekly markets in historic Ludlow, renowned for its food festivals or discover the lovely Bridgenorth with it's cliff top railway.

A trip on the Severn Valley Railway is always popular or further afield, near Bewdley, children and adults alike will be thrilled by the Safari Park and Alton Towers is also just over an hour's drive away.

If it’s breathtaking scenery you crave then you will not be disappointed by a journey across The Long Mynd or a gently climbing walk up Carding Mill Valley, near Church Stretton.

All in all, this stable is an excellent base for discovering the historical and geographical delights of Shropshire and beyond and it is the perfect retreat for a romantic break, exhilarating walking or cycling adventure or family holiday at any time of the year to discover Shropshire's enchanting rural beauty.


  • All ground floor, One king size bed and one double bed in second bedroom with Smart TV with Netflix
  • Bathroom with bath, separate power shower, basin and WC
  • Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, Tassimo coffee machine (please bring own pods), fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 3 x Smart TVs with Freeview and Netflix, DVD, CD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs, selection of children’s toys (indoor and out) available on request
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off road parking for 3 cars
  • Secure bike storage
  • Garden area Patio with furniture, securely fenced off for children and pets
  • Guests also have use of the two acre field/ paddock, charcoal BBQ and fire pit; please bring own logs/firefighters/coal
  • Party members under the age of 10 not accepted at the property
  • Three well-behaved dogs welcome please enquire regarding additional pets (bed available on request)
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 2 miles.

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About the location


Shrewsbury 11 miles; Ironbridge 15 miles.

The historic rural village of Crudgington is surrounded by wonderful Shropshire countryside, including Crudgington Moor, which is a haven for a variety of wildlife. The Wrekin Forest School is just a short walk away and this 40 acre woodland adventure centre provides many hours of fun for all the family. Only 15 miles away is the beautiful Ironbridge Gorge, a famous World Heritage Site. Home to the world's first iron-built bridge, the village is set in a lovely wooded valley in the heart of Shropshire, offering a fine selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and tea rooms. A collection of industrial and Victorian themed museums make up the ten Ironbridge Museums, including Blists Hill, a fantastic open air Victorian town. Discover the historic towns of Much Wenlock, Shrewsbury and Ludlow, as well as many NT properties and the fascinating Wroxeter Roman City, Stokesay Castle, Acton Scott Historic Farm and the renowned RAF Museum Cosford. There really is something for everyone in this delightful part of Shropshire.

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