They are located a short walk from the town in a peaceful countryside setting with lovely views.
This is a great location for visiting Shrewsbury's Historic Town, with small invidual shops and tearooms in the daytime and a wide choice of restaurants and real pubs as well as the theatre and cinemas in the evening.
There are interesting walks from the door and scenic drives throughout the hills and valleys of Shropshire and Wales. You can easily visit ironbridge, Ludlow, Shopshire Hills and the welsh Coast by car Train or bicycle.
Newly built in 2011. It has a an airy living, kitchen with bifold doors opening onto its own pation with views across the garden. It has modern high gloss kitchen with integrated dishwasher, fridge, washing machine and built in fan oven, microwave and ceramic hob It has 1 bedroom with a Kingsize bed and ensuite walk-in shower room. with underfloor heating throughout.
Prices are from £350- £525, with 3 night breaks from £199
Built in 2007, it has a large living kitchen with log burner and patio doors giving great views across the valley. It has a modern fully equipped kitchen with fan oven ceramic hob etc. The washing machine is in a seperate closet. It has a master bedroom with Kingsize Bed and a single bedroom. It has a large walk-in shower room and underfloor heating throughout.
prices are from £425- £595 with 3 night breaks from £240
All our prices include electr,icity, gas, linen, towels, wifi and parking
We offer discounts for long stays.
Sorry no pets or smoking inside the cottages.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Cottage||£350.00 - £525.00(Per unit per week)||1||2|
|Cottage||£425.00 - £595.00(Per unit per week)||1||3|
From the junction of the A5/A49 (S), Dobbies roundabout. Take the turning for Meole Brace. Bear left on the next roundabout on the A5191 Down Hereford road, Bear left on to the B4380 Roman road. Turn right on the next roundabout on to Longden road. Turn left down Redbarn Lane.
Tel: 07913 387531
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