Craven Arms 3 miles.
This semi-detached cottage makes up part of a charming 17th century, Grade II listed manor house, which stands in a 27-acre grazing farm near to Craven Arms in beautiful South Shropshire.
This cottage provides well equipped accommodation with a homely feel throughout, with the added bonus of a second floor self-contained suite giving flexibility with the sleeping arrangements.
The main part of the cottage contains three lovely bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities, and a family bathroom.
The living accommodation in this main section comprises a warming kitchen with an AGA and a dining table plus a comfy sitting room with a delightful woodburner, perfect for those chillier evenings.
Standing in lovely grounds with countryside views, the cottage has a private garden with outdoor furniture, which is ideal for relaxing in with a glass of something refreshing on those balmy summer days.
From here, you can explore the lovely towns of Ludlow, Church Stretton and Shrewsbury and the wonderful scenic walks amidst the Long Mynd and Stiperstone Hills.
Enjoy the nearby attractions of Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (as seen on TV), Stokesay Castle, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre and the Ironbridge World Heritage Site.
After a day spent exploring this fascinating part of the country, you can return to this welcoming cottage and simply relax in charming surroundings.
About the location
Church Stretton 7 miles; Ludlow 8 miles.
The small market town of Craven Arms, known as The Gateway to the Marches is conveniently located between the beautiful medieval town of Ludlow and delightful Church Stretton. Craven Arms is an ideal base, which nestles close to the scenic Wenlock Edge and Corvedale Valley with fine walks from the town to lovely Stokesay Castle, one of England's finest fortified manors, or the very popular Shropshire Hill Discovery Centre. The town also has some charming and historic houses, including a round house, thought to be a recognisable rest house for pilgrims travelling between Wigmore and Shrewsbury Abbeys and the fascinating 'Museum of Lost Content'. Just two miles away in the village of Wistanstow is the Plough Inn, a good local wood brewery. Church Stretton is close by and nestles between the Long Mynd and Caradoc Hills, renowned for their scenic walks and excellent golf course. The historic towns of Bishop's Castle, Ludlow and Shrewsbury are a short drive away, and offer magnificent castles, riverside walks, wonderful shops, pubs, restaurants, exciting theatres and a variety of festivals. This is a perfect base for touring all of beautiful Shropshire at any time of the year.