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Barn | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Enjoy the views over the renowned Stiperstone and Kerry Ridgeway from the patio of the detached secluded barn. Alternatively walk around our 5 acres of private gardens or stretch yourself and walk the Long Mountain from your front door! Set near the top of Long Mountain but still only being approx 15 minutes from the centres of Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Montgomery, and Churchstoke, The Barn is a beautifully appointed detached grade 2 listed converted barn in an elevated position with commanding views of the Shropshire hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The area, being so tranquil, is ideally suited to outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, bird watching or riding, horse riding is available at our neighbouring Long Mountain riding centre or alternatively arrangements can be made for horses to stay in our field next to the barn if you would like to bring your own.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Birmingham, Nearest railway: Welshpool|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors|
Enter into the hallway that has an airing cupboard with coat hooks, dog bowl and dog towel storage, vacuum cleaner, mop, ironing board and iron.
Off this is the shower room that has a large double walk in shower, WC, washbasin, mirrored cupboards and effective extraction.
Also off the hallway is the bedroom with views over the treetops, a double bed and bedside table, lamp, free-standing wardrobe and chest of drawers, clock radio alarm cd player, mirror and several electric points.
The living area has dual aspect stunning views of the Stiperstones, The Callow and the Kerry Ridgeway , it is a large airy room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, two comfortable three seater sofas, coffee table, TV, dvd player and cosy log burning stove. There is an oak dining table and two leather-backed chairs.
Off the living area is a closet containing a washing machine and dryer, a rotary washing line is available outside.
The kitchen is fully equipped with full-size electric oven and grill, hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery, glasses, utensils and pots and pans.
|Further details outdoors|
Outside you have your own patio with stunning views across to the Stiper Stones and The Callow, it has a table and chairs and lighting. A barbecue is available for guest use. Also a secure fenced paddock for dogs or horses
There is a large parking area.
A complimentary welcome pack is provided on arrival (tea, coffee, biscuits).
About this location
The Shropshire region
The modern Olympic Games have their roots in the Shropshire town of Much Wenlock. In 1850 local self improvement guru William Penny Brookes launched the first annual games in the village as a distraction for a local population whose previous favourite pastimes were drinking heavily and fighting. The games grew in importance and Brookes was a driving force behind the eventual launch of the modern Olympics in 1896. Sadly he died the previous year.
Shropshire, particularly the south of the county, is something of a magnet for geologists. There are more rocks of different ages here than any area of similar size in the world(dating from 700 to 200 million years ago), and places like Ludlow and Wenlock Edge have even given their names to geological periods. The world's oldest known complete fossil was also discovered in Shropshire at Caradoc.
There are several venues within easy reach offering food and drink in a wide range of establishments from very traditional country settings to the more modern gastro pubs and restaurants.
Other attractions within easy reach include:
- Ludlow – A beautiful town with a castle, medieval and georgian buildings and endless top restaurants
- Severn Valley Steam Railway, Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway.
- Ironbridge – World Heritage Site and 10 museums.
- Much Wenlock – birthplace of the modern Olympic Games.
- Bishops Castle – breweries, galleries, bookshops.
- Montgomery – ‘a Georgian gem’ and castle.
- RAF Cosford.
- Secret Hills: The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre, Craven Arms.
- Lake Vyrnwy – RSPB Reserve.
- Wroxeter Roman City.
- Castles & Gardens – Stokesay, Clun, Ludlow, Powis Castle & garden (NT), Attingham Park (NT), Burford House Garden
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5 Jan 2015
We wanted somewhere quiet with great views and were not disappointed.The barn is perfect for two. The kitchen is well equipped, apart from the lack of a freezer and limited space to store food. The Be… More
23 Nov 2014
Perfect place to stay, very peaceful, just what we wanted for a long weekend away. Great base to explore the area and there's a lovely little pub The Golden Ball in Ironbridge for Sunday lunch.… More
6 Oct 2014
Just had a amazing week away at the barn, place was everything we wished for our greyhound didn't want to leave we ended up having to carry him out, Maria and Ian were there if we need anything a… More
27 Sep 2014
"Top of the list"
Warm, cosy, clean great for dogs, quiet , great hosts helpful but not in your face one of the best we have visited… More
29 Aug 2014
Beautiful place, cottage was exceptional, very clean, the owners very friendly. Would recomend it to anybody. Views from cottage lovely.… More
15 Jul 2014
"Stunning - Fantastic - Perfect"
We really needed a break away from everything. The area is stunning and peaceful.No internet connection made it perfect.Thank you again.… More
24 May 2014
"Secluded, peaceful location and first class accommodation"
Beautiful setting with spectacular views from the Barn.Everything that you need for a comfortable holiday was supplied.The welcome biscuits, tea, coffee and milk was a nice addition.The beams and wood… More
6 Jan 2014
"Best holiday ever"
My partner and I had the perfect stay at the Barn over Christmas. It is beautifully furnished, warm and cosy, with the logburner perfect for heating up the place during rainy December evenings! Maria … More
10 Jun 2013
"What a gem"
This barn is hidden in rolling hills in a beautiful area of Shropshire with stunning views. The accommodation is of a very high spec. and the owners are very approachable and friendly. Dogs are welcomed at this barn with water bowls and towels provided. A truly relaxing holiday is guaranteed at this delightful location, we hope to visit again soon for another great break.
24 Jan 2013
"All round fantastic: views, facilities, experience"
Just back from a wintery week in The Barn...and wondering when we can get back to see it without the covering of snow. The weather-enforced relaxation was just what we needed though.
The owners were great, welcoming, helpful, yet unobstrusive. The Barn itself was ideal for us, with a roaring log burner and comfortably/tastefully decorated. The big bonus was a large enclosed field for our dog to run in...she won't be impressed at returning to her local patch ;-)
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