An attractive detached barn conversion, which is wheelchair accessible, situated next to the owners’ home on the outskirts of the village of Hinstock near Market Drayton.
Having been lovingly converted from the original farm building, the cottage now offers a comfortable base for an enjoyable holiday.
Complete with original beams, exposed stone walls and a warming woodburning stove, these character features are well complemented by modern conveniences such as underfloor heating throughout, as well as a modern fitted kitchen and a contemporary wet room.
For those seeking rural tranquillity, this cottage is ideal as the owner allows guests to access their land and you’ll be able to watch horses grazing in the surrounding fields.
Should you wish to bring your own horse, stabling is available and the owner provides 24/7 turnout.
A wealth of local attractions await, so why not visit the popular towns of Market Drayton, Shrewsbury or Ironbridge, or soak up some history at Stokesay Castle?
There are great opportunities for walking and cycling from the door, and some good off road hacking in the local countryside, not to mention some superb golf courses for those looking to get a leisurely 18 holes in whilst on holiday.
A lovely tranquil property, that is sure to delight.
About the location
Market Drayton 5 miles; Shrewsbury 20 miles.
Hinstock is a small North Shropshire village situated 5 miles from the attractive town of Market Drayton. Hinstock is surrounded by lovely countryside and is located close to the River Tern and the Shropshire Union Canal. The village offers the majestic St. Oswald church, a shop, tennis courts, playground and the Quarry Wood Nature Reserve. Nearby Market Drayton is renowned for hosting one of the liveliest weekly markets you will find, and the town centre boasts many 16th and 17th century half-timbered buildings, including a variety of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms. Only 11 miles from Market Drayton is Whitchurch, a delightful town, which is internationally renowned for its clock production dating back to the 1650s, and home to many splendid buildings, from Medieval, Tudor and Georgian times, all dominated by St. Alkmund's Church. Close by is Ellesmere with its beautiful nine meres (lakes), a variety of National Trust mansions and gardens including; Attingham, Hodnet Hall and Hawkstone Park, Wroxeter Roman City, the World Heritage Site Ironbridge Gorge with its famous museums, Cosford RAF museum and the medieval towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow.