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3 grouped Log cabins Long Mountain sleep up to 15 Log cabin

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 15 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

3 grouped Log cabins Long Mountain sleep up to 15

Excellent 5/5 Excellent – based on 15 reviews

  • Log cabin
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 15 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Description from owner

Description

Long mountain centre offers you a self-catering holiday with a difference; s a real home from home close to a area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Shropshire hills great for groups Our traditional family-run centre on the edge of the Shropshire Area of outstanding natural beauty and right on the Welsh border is situated between Shrewsbury and Welshpool with the Historic town of Oswestry only 30mins away and 1 hrs drive to Chester Approximately 11/2 hours from Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool Airports, a 1½ hour drive to the spectacular welsh coastal areas. The nearest train station is approx 6 miles away at Welshpool if you want to reduce your carbon footprint and leave the car at homeA great rural retreat holiday .An ideal central base from which to explore the wonders of the South Shropshire hills and the welsh border towns and to meet up with friends and family. Stay with us in our luxurious self-catering log cabins with stunning views of the beautiful and

Long mountain centre offers you a self-catering holiday with a difference; s a real home from home close to a area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Shropshire hills great for groups Our traditional family-run centre on the edge of the Shropshire Area of outstanding natural beauty and right on the Welsh border is situated between Shrewsbury and Welshpool with the Historic town of Oswestry only 30mins away and 1 hrs drive to Chester Approximately 11/2 hours from Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool Airports, a 1½ hour drive to the spectacular welsh coastal areas. The nearest train station is approx 6 miles away at Welshpool if you want to reduce your carbon footprint and leave the car at homeA great rural retreat holiday .An ideal central base from which to explore the wonders of the South Shropshire hills and the welsh border towns and to meet up with friends and family. Stay with us in our luxurious self-catering log cabins with stunning views of the beautiful and dramatic Shropshire and welsh border countryside. An idyllic rural retreat, where you can relax and unwind from the stresses and strains of everyday life. Why not come to rural Shropshire and try our fantastic accommodation, and "hospitality second to none" for yourself.Lavender, Honeysuckle Bluebell log cabins three two bedroomed cabins grouped together in a secluded area ideal for family celebrations reunions or even weddings and if your group is larger ask about Poppy Iris and Violet cabins set in another area of the centre, or new for this year ask about our exclusive venue hire. The cabins are fully equipped with everything you could possibly need for a relaxing holiday including bed linen, tea towels fridge, TV with DV super fast satellite Wi-Fi is also included .Save room in the car and hire your towels from us ,you can hire a BBQ with charcoal or pre order a fire pit +logs what could be better than sitting under a clear star lit sky around a crackling camp fire with friends enjoying a cool beer , order a essential welcome pack to be in your cabin on arrival or do your super market shop online and have it delivered .

Further details

Click through to our website at the bottom of the page for booking conditions Reduced rates for group bookings

Further details outdoors

Situated close to the border with Wales, the surrounding area is one of both outstanding natural beauty and historical interest. For those who enjoy walking and the great outdoors, we are a short distance away from the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve, famous for the ;Devils Chair at its rock-strewn summit. Visit the newly-opened Lead mines at Snail beach. ideal for walking cycling horse riding

Location description from owner

The England region

To the South-west we look onto the ancient hills of the Stiperstones and Callow Hill where famous local authoress, Mary Webb, got inspiration for her books. Offer places of interest include the Long Mountain with the derelict site of Caus Castle and the historical Rowley fort Close to a network of existing and permissive bridleways, cycle routes and walks linking up with other slow travel venues offering pony trekking on site. Feel free to bring your own horses - livery rates apply.Situated close to the border with Wales, the surrounding area is one of both outstanding natural beauty and historical interest. For those who enjoy walking and the great outdoors, we are a short distance away from the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve, famous for the devils Chair& its rock-strewn summit. Visit the newly-opened Lead mines at Snail beach.Why not try your hand at shooting on the nearby Minsterley Ranges. Or quad trekking at Border quad trekking just a few miles away or even a golf driving range There are also a number of castles to explore, from the fantastic Powys, Shrewsbury and Chirk Castles to the ruins at Montgomery, Ludlow and Stokesay. 2 miles from Stokesay at Craven Arms is the highly acclaimed Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre where you can see the famous Shropshire Mammoth and experience a simulated balloon flight. Nearby is the Acton Scott Historic Working Farm, an ideal day out for both adults and children. pony trekking on site

Shrewsbury

*Set in a rural location Long Mountain centre is set on the side of the Long Mountain and close to the Offa's Dyke walk. Not the place for high heels and nightlife but perfect for wellingtons and torches Pony trekking on site with horses welcome if you want to bring your own horse.

Close to the welsh market town of Welshpool only 7 miles away the medieval town of Shrewsbury 14 miles and the historic Iron Bridge just 20 miles approx.

post code SY5 9RY

Close to an area of outstanding beauty Long Mountain Centre is Set in the south Shropshire hills Shropshire Iron bridge Acton scot Shrewsbury Flower show Ideal for walking relaxing horse riding

minimum stay two nights

group booking taken so why not bring your friends

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Key Info

  • Nearest beach 75 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Pet friendly

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • 2 Cots available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: Double Bed
    Bedroom 2: Bunk Bed Single Bed
    Bedroom 3: Double Bed
    Bedroom 4: Bunk Bed Single Bed
    Bedroom 5: Double Bed
    Bedroom 6: Bunk Bed Single Bed
  • 3 Family bathrooms

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Linen provided

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Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Payment
This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Jackie T
Response rate:
90%
Calendar updated:
22 Aug 2016
Years listed:
6
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Log cabin has 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 15. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 20 Oct 2009. Located in Shropshire, it has 15 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £2100 to £2835.

The Owner has a response rate of 90% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 22 Aug 2016.

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“Superb!”

Reviewed 23 Feb 2014

We had a wonderful family break in two adjoining cabins. The log cabins are very comfortable, spacious and have fantastic views. Jackie and her colleagues were extremely friendly and helpful and my grandson thoroughly enjoyed brushing and leading Edward the miniature Shetland pony.

thank you so glad you enjoyed your stay hope you and your family can make it back soon.

“Excellent accomodation in a lovely setting.”

Reviewed 1 Sep 2012

With ages ranging from 5 to 70 success was far from guaranteed. However the stunning setting and the close proximity of the friendly horses impressed everyone, even the four teenagers. In fact the pony trekking was the highlight of most people’s stay. The tranquillity and lovely view made many of us reluctant to leave the site. Nevertheless we managed a visit to Portmeirion, white water rafting at Llangollen, a climb to the top of Snowden and much more. Evenings were spent cooking on the barbeque and in the kitchens, then gathered on the veranda of the middle cabin to discuss the day’s activities. I have rarely heard so much laughter and conviviality. The cabins were exactly as described, comfortable and well equipped. A very memorable holiday that I am sure we will all talk about for a long time . The highest praise I can give is that everyone wants to come back.

so glad you and your family enjoyed your stay with us

“Home away from home.”

Reviewed 12 Jan 2012

The wooden cabins are really really nice and i was pleasantly suprised, with the interior size. The location is well out the way from everything and very secluded. Once we arrived and unloaded the cars the cabins were just a short walk from the car park. Once we were bedded in we shut the paddock gate the place was ours. We let the dogs out of the balcony doors and the kids followed and just played for hours in a safe, clean and happy environment. We booked the 3 cabins over the new year period and this was a brilliant change of pace to bring the new year in. There was no wifi and the telephone reception was very poor.

great to have you thanks

“Fresh air, plenty of space, stunning views and comfortable cabins”

Reviewed 18 Jul 2011

14 of us hired out all 3 cabins. We had a great time messing about on the ample lawns surrounding the cabins, the children even running their own mini olympics! Pony riding was very enjpyable for those who wanted (steady mounts all round, well supervised), as was the match on telly seen from the leather sofas for others! 2 Big BBQ's provided were appreciated. Jackie and Gavin were supportive but not intrusive. We'll be back again (again).

thanks we are so glad you enjoyed your stay

“Fantastic”

Reviewed 12 Jul 2011

My friends and I rented out all three cabins for my 30th birthday weekend. The location is beautiful and the cabins were lovely too. We all agreed that we would return for another weekend in the future. The host was excellent and there wasn't one fault that anyone could find. Best birthday ever!!

thank you we are so glad you enjoyed your birthday it was great to have you staying and thank you to you and your group for respecting the cabins and leaving them so clean and tidy come back soon

“A clean and comfortable getaway in an idyllic setting.”

Reviewed 17 May 2011

These log cabins are actually really chalets. Well appointed, and very clean, with comforable beds, large living/dining area, and a reasonably-sized kitchen. The chalets are hooked up to gas, which feeds both the cooker and the central heating. Despite all these excellent points, the best bit about the cabins is their location. Overlooking a wide valley, covered in a patchwork of fields, with the Stiperstones on the far horizon, it's about as peaceful as you could ever wish for. There's a fair amount of space around the cabins, perfect for children to run around in, or to kick a ball, or throw a frisbee - you get the idea! There are three chalets, which all have a double bedroom. The second bedroom has bunkbeds and a single in two of the chalets, and two singles in the third. So if all cabins are available you can sleep 14. We had a party of 11 across the three cabins, and we managed to cater for ourselves no problems whatsoever. The only potential downside is the remoteness - the nearest shop is a 5-10min drive away - and it's also a bit tricky to find if you're not used to navigating country lanes! However, if you are, and if you can make your own entertainment, you'll love it here.

it was great to have your group staying come back soon

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