Well Cottage is a captivating, timber-framed Black and White cottage, enjoying an idyllic elevated location in the Shropshire Hills AONB.
Bursting with period features and a wealth of charm, this is a warming base from which to explore the marvellous county of Shropshire.
Enter this quirky getaway and straight ahead you?ll discover a fresh, white bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and a separate WC adjacent.
Next you will find the charming kitchen, which features a stunning AGA range cooker, a fabulous feature fireplace and a lovely breakfast bar where you can sit with your morning cuppa and admire the picturesque rural views on offer.
After rustling up a deliciously hearty meal, step into the regal wood-panelled dining room, fit for a king.
To fully unwind, gather the group in the alluring sitting room which is populated by snug sofas and a tremendously large fireplace housing a wonderfully warming woodburner which makes this an ideal spot to end each adventure-filled day.
To get that much-needed rest, take the stairs to the first floor, which nestles comfortably under the sloping ceiling.
It plays host to a well-presented master bedroom, along with a thoughtful family room boasting a double bed and a set of bunks, perfect for a family with young children.
Well Cottage's exterior is the perfect spot to appreciate this fabulous setting; a selection of social patios make the most of this divine elevated position.
The village of Little Stretton provides two fine pubs serving food, while nearby Church Stretton boasts a wealth of amenities as well as a golf club.
The neighbouring Longmynd is an extensive NT property suitable for walking and mountain biking.
It is within easy reach of the cottage by walking up Minton Hill just 300 yards away.
Be sure to visit captivating Shrewsbury with its quaint buildings and wide variety of amenities and activities to make the most of.
A unique, warming cottage in a superb Shropshire location.
About the location
Church Stretton 1.5 miles; Shrewsbury 14 miles.
The charming village of Little Stretton, just 14 miles south of Shrewsbury, lies at the foot of the beautiful Long Mynd Hills, renowned for their stunning beauty and rolling countryside walks. The village boasts two excellent pubs and a delightfully quaint church. 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 local attractions include the Acton Scott Working Farm, Stokesay Castle, the Discovery Hill Centre and the wonderful historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Ironbridge, Much Wenlock and Bishop's Castle, all within easy driving distance.