This delightful single-storey, 19th century detached barn conversion is located within the owners' grounds, in the peaceful hamlet of Asterton, 5 miles from Church Stretton.
Attractively furnished and decorated throughout, this charming Shropshire cottage retains much of its original character, with oak floors, exposed beams and trusses, and a warming woodburning stove, ideal for those cosy evenings in.
This cottage in Asterton offers two welcoming bedrooms, a bathroom and an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area.
The front gravelled garden area at this Shropshire cottage is ideal for relaxing and dining alfresco and boasts wonderful views over the Long Mynd Hills.
The surrounding area is a haven for walkers and mountain bikers, with hill trails available from the doorstep, plus the renowned Adstone Walk, the Stiperstones, Wenlock Edge and Shropshire Way are all nearby.
The lovely towns of Church Stretton, Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Bishop's Castle are all within easy reach, as are a number of attractions, including the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, the Severn Valley Railway and many National Trust properties and gardens.
This superb Shropshire holiday home is the perfect base for families and couples.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Church Stretton 5 miles; Bishop's Castle 7 miles.
The rural hamlet of Asterton quietly nestles on the slopes of the beautiful Long Mynd Hills, just 5 miles from the famous spa town of Church Stretton. This stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its alpine style hills and valleys, is a must for any outdoor enthusiast with the surrounding countryside boasting many footpaths, bridleways and cycling trails across the thousands of acres of National Trust moorland and woodland areas. The pretty town of Church Stretton, christened 'Little Switzerland' by the Victorians, is close by and is set amid striking scenery. Still retaining its spa town feel, with natural springs being the source of Stretton Hills bottled water, the town is home to a variety of tea rooms, pubs, specialist shops, a huge antique centre and hill top golf course. Other nearby attractions include the Acton Scott Working Farm, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre and magnificent Stokesay Castle. The historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, Much Wenlock and Bishop's Castle are also within easy driving distance, all boasting wonderful architecture and offering a broad range of quality shops, pubs and restaurants, fabulous castles, museums and delightful riverside walks.