Craven Arms 2 miles.
This ground floor apartment is one of two comfortable holiday homes, set opposite to the owner's home on a 360-acre working livestock and arable farm, close to the small town of Craven Arms.
Settled amongst beautiful Shropshire countryside, with views across Wenlock Edge, this apartment near Craven Arms offers homely accommodation, ideal for a couple looking to discover this delightful area.
With the accommodation set entirely over the ground floor, offering one double bedroom with en-suite wet room, less mobile guests are sure to enjoy a comfortable holiday.
There is also a spacious sitting room with dining area and French doors to the patio area, perfect for dining alfresco on a sunny afternoon.
Within two miles of this tranquil Shropshire apartment is the market town of Craven Arms, where a selection of shops and cafes, plus a hotel with a bar and restaurant and the magnificent medieval manor of Stokesay Castle can be found.
There is some beautiful walking and cycling countryside to discover from this Craven Arms apartment, with Wenlock Edge on the doorstep, plus the nearby Corvedale Valley and Long Mynd Hills.
Discover the history of the nearby pretty towns of Church Stretton, Bishop's Castle, Ludlow and Shrewsbury, or venture a little further to discover Wales.
An excellent apartment near Craven Arms, a wonderful romantic retreat for enjoying all of Shropshire's enchanting rural beauty and wonderful history.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 24739 and 928796, together they sleep 10.
About the location
Wistanstow 1 mile; Craven Arms 2 miles; Church Stretton 5.5 miles; Bishop’s Castle 11 miles; Ludlow 12 miles; Shrewsbury 19 miles.
Mentioned in the Domesday Book, the historic hamlet of Strefford is situated within the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just 2.5 miles from the small market town of Craven Arms. Within walking distance of Strefford is a farm shop and half a mile away is the hamlet of Upper Affcot, which offers an Italian restaurant. You can also visit the village of Wisantstow, home to The Wood Brewery and The Plough Inn pub. Two miles away is Craven Arms, which is often known as The Gateway to the Marches and is ideally based for walks in the lovely Wenlock Edge and Corvedale Valley. Craven Arms itself offers historic houses, a number a shops and pubs and the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, the Land of Lost Content museum and to the south of the town is Stokesay Castle, one of England’s finest fortified manors. There are number of delightful places to visit within reach, such as the historic towns of Church Stretton, Bishop’s Castle, Ludlow and Shrewsbury. Strefford is a convenient base for your Shropshire getaway.