self catering accommodation
A superb, detached stone cottage with a hot tub, in a rural location next to the owners’ home less than two miles from the popular market town of Bishop’s Castle in the heart of Shropshire. This delightful cottage offers stunning unspoilt views across the valley and access onto the Shropshire Way, and it provides excellent accommodation for families and friends to enjoy the area.
With split-level, upside down living, the cottage feels bright and airy inside, entering into a double height entrance hall with staircase up to the mezzanine kitchen and dining area with high ceiling. A further short flight of stairs leads into the L-shaped sitting room with balustrade overlooking the kitchen, giving a feeling of openness to the living space. On the ground floor are a bedroom with a king-size zip/link bed and a family bathroom with bath and electronic-controlled rainfall shower. Four steps lead down from here to a welcoming double room with an en-suite shower room
Outside there is a raised decking area complete with Hot Tub, which is the perfect location to sit and relax in the peace and tranquillity of the countryside whilst absorbing the breathtaking views
Sun Cottage Norbury is a fully equipped, newly decorated and furnished English country cottage.
It sleeps 2-4 in 2 ample bedrooms which can be made up as super kings or as twin rooms. The living room has a log burner and a big corner sofa & TV with complimentary Netflix account.
The kitchen is fully equipped and has a large family dining table and a period fireplace.
Situated in the conservation village of Norbury in the South Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the Long Mynd and Stiperstones.
Gold Award luxury cottage
Situated some 20 metres to the south of the main house, the Cottage is a detached, stone and timber built, slate roofed property stands high above Clun. The cottage enjoys enviable views of the valley and the rolling Shropshire hills. The fully restored property nestles in 20 acres of woods and wonderful walks on the hillside high above the historic village of Clun. Located in the first ‘environmentally sensitive area’ and designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. The countryside commission recent survey designated this to be one of the three remaining havens of tranquility in Britai