Hinstock 2.5 miles.
An attractive detached barn conversion situated behind the owner’s home in the rural hamlet of Woodseaves, on the outskirts of Hinstock, three miles from Market Drayton.
This lovely cottage has been thoughtfully created to offer attractive and comfortable holiday accommodation for friends and family to enjoy time together in a tranquil and rural location.
All ground floor with delightful views across the garden and surrounding countryside, there are two luxurious bedrooms both with their own en-suite bathroom and French doors out to the terrace.
The open plan living space has a well-equipped kitchen which has everything you need for your stay and there is a dining and sitting area.
The whole of this lovely barn conversion exudes quality and style and has been furnished with care to provide visitors with a wonderfully attractive and comfortable stay.
The owner also provides complementary toiletries as well as a cup of tea and homemade cake on your arrival, a lovely way to start your holiday.
Sit and relax in the attractive sitting area and admire the views from the French doors or step outside onto the raised patio area and allow yourself to be immersed in the peace and tranquillity of your surroundings.
To the front of this delightful cottage there is an extensive raised terrace overlooking the large enclosed gardens, attractively planted with trees, flowers and shrubs.
Beyond the garden there are seemingly endless fields offering up a lovely rural vista to enjoy all year round.
This lovely location has opportunities for walking and cycling in the local area and is an excellent base for touring all of Shropshire, as well as parts of Cheshire, Staffordshire and even Wales.
Nearby Market Drayton boasts a good selection of shops and pubs and is close to the Shropshire Union Canal.
Why not spend a day or two visiting some of the nearby Staffordshire attractions of Trentham Gardens, Monkey World, Shugborough Hall or the world famous Wedgewood Pottery?
The World Heritage Site of Ironbridge with its many museums is within easy reach as are any number of attractive market towns including Shrewsbury, Much Wenlock and Ludlow.
Ellesmere is well worth a visit with its 9 lakes and a little further afield is wonderful Chester, steeped in history and endowed with many fine restaurants.
Add into the mix any number of lovely gardens, stately homes and great golf courses to enjoy, this delightful cottage offers visitors the very best accommodation and a wonderful base for exploring Shropshire and the neighbouring counties.