Luxury Apartment over two floors, accessed from Driveway, parking for one car & Garage, through the main entrance and up a small flight of stairs.
Apartment comprising of:
Entrance hall with cupboard under stairs with hanging space for for coats, vacuum, iron and ironing board
Access to a rear balcony overlooking The Conservation Area from this floor through lobby
Off hallway to:
Bedroom 2 has a double bed, crisp white linen and cosy throw, bedside cabinets and large fitted wardrobe with drawer space and luggage storage.
Luxury En Suite Shower room with large walk in shower, WC and wash basin. Heated Towel rail with shelf over. Towels included
From Hallway stairs leading up to Lounge, diner, Kitchen
Furnished with comfortable reclining sofas coffee table and wall mounted 32” colour TV, with Freeview and radio channels, Bose Bluetooth music player suitable for smart phones, tablets etc.
Dining area with round glass table and four chairs
Luxury white fitted kitchen fully equipped, with Fridge freezer, double oven and grill, ceramic hob and hood, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, kettle, toaster, and small expresso coffee machine.
Hallway with table displaying local information, maps & leaflets etc.
Main bathroom with bath and shower over, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, shower gel & body lotion, towels included
Master bedroom with superking bed/3’ twin beds (please state preference when booking) with crisp white linen and cosy throws
Wardrobe, bedside cabinets, rocking chair, dressing table with drawer space, mirror and hairdryer
There is a welcome pack with local produce provided, but if you wish to have flowers, wine or chocolates in the apartment on your arrival we can organise that, prices as per item.
Please ask for any other special requirements
All prices include Heating, bed linen, towels and tea towels
There are lovely walks through the conservation area through a side gate from Abbey Wharf through fields alongside the brook
There is a local pub, Sainsburys local, restaurant and takeaways all within 10 minutes, and the town is the gateway to the wonderful countryside of Shropshire and its rolling hills.
Sorry no smokers in the Apartment please, and although we love animals we cannot accommodate pets out of courtesy to other residents in the building.
The apartment is not suitable for young children due to the open plan staircase
We would ask guests to vacate by 11am and the accommodation will be available at 2pm.
If you can advise us of you estimated time of arrival we will be there to meet you, and late arrivals can be accommodated as we are close by.
We let for:
3 nights Friday to Monday prices from £200 to £350
4 nights’ mid week Monday to Friday prices £270 to £430
7 nights Friday to Friday £400 to £700
These may vary flower show week, bank holidays, Christmas & New Year
We do try to be flexible on booking days where possible, so do feel free to contact us to see if we can accommodate you
Special Offers during off peak times may be available during the year please check the website
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Apartment||£400.00 - £700.00(Per unit per week)||1||4|
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From M54 continue onto A5 for 10 miles. At first roundabout turn left (A5). At next roundabout keep right and take 4th exit (A5064). Continue past college on right, (beware speed cameras along here) At next roundabout near column statue take 3rd exit signed town centre. Take the first turning on left past the Lord Hill Hotel for Mill Road & Abbey Wharf. Follow the road down the hill and bear right at the bottom No 3 Saffron house is on your left by the middle entrance.
Tel: 07967504311 / 07961074018
No. 3 Saffron House
Abbey Wharf, Mill Road
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