Photo gallery

Arriving at Redwood Heights, your holiday home half a mile from the town. Secluded yet accessible.

Relax on the deck at Redwood. Kick your shoes off and put your feet up.

En suite bedroom - full bath with power shower over.

Relaxing - there are two leather chairs with footstools attached.

Picture window to enjoy the view if the weather is inclement. The balcony when dry.

Redwood gardens to enjoy. Your own deck but welcome to walk the whole garden. Herbs to pick.

Garden view to Church Stretton. Guests are welcome to walk around all the land.

Church Stretton High Street a view of hills from every turn in the town. A town of individual shops

Thursday - market day - fresh produce from farms and fresh fish van. A lovely friendly atmosphere.

One of the many pubs/restaurants, some walking distance, some a couple of miles away.

Stokesay Gatehouse and Castle - fortified manor house, just up the road from Redwood.

The stream in Cardingmill Valley. Lovely flat walk for the less able, 5min drive from Redwood.

A walk in spring,in summer waterfalls. One of many walks, flat or hills.Tiny fish in the stream.

Wild pony on the Long Mynd (Mountain). Many wild flowers and heather and lots of birds.

Sheep roaming. At the end of the road and spectacular high slopes there is a National Trust shop

Walking in the hills. A flat walk for those who don't do hills. National Trust land.

A view of Church Stretton nestled in the valley overlooking Townbrook valley. Redwood is there.

Sunset from Redwood Heights. A view from the patio, an ever changing scene. Spectacular stars.

Bluebells - Spring time in Rectory Wood Church Stretton. Snowdrops and then Daffodils in April.

View north from Redwood Heights, looking towards the Long Mynd (Welsh for mountain} from the deck.

Position of Redwood Heights overlooking the hills from the garden steps

Dining area - when not wanting to sit on the deck.

Rocking chair and electric fire on cooler days to browse tourist literature.