The apartments have delightful views of Wenlock Edge and the beautiful surrounding countryside. They are extremely well positioned for enjoying the delights of Shropshire: Ironbridge with its celebrated iron bridge and comprehensive selection of museums; the market town of Bridgnorth boasts the Severn Valley Steam Railway, a funicular railway and hosts the annual Haydn Festival. Ludlow is highly recommended for its castle and tudor historic centre and it is a must to sample some of the renowned culinary delights.
Ideal for walkers, cyclists (lock up shed), poets and writers, or those who simply wish to relax. Walkers can enjoy walks from the door or a little further afield is Church Stretton, gateway to The Long Mynd and Cardingmill Valley.
The Studio is all on the first floor: living/dining/bedroom area with double bed. It has a separate kitchen and separate shower room with toilet. The decked balcony area offers breathtaking views and overlooks the delightful gardens.
The Garden Room on the ground floor has a separate bedroom, lounge/dining area/kitchen and separate shower room with toilet. It overlooks beautiful farm land.
Both apartments are comprehensively equipped and have electric woodburners.
The apartments could be suitable for 2 separate couples who wish to maintain a level of independence. Optional home cooked frozen meals available.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Apartment||£211.00 - £495.00(Per unit per week)||1||2|
|Apartment||£204.00 - £469.00(Per unit per week)||1||2|
From Shrewsbury bypass take exit, follow signs towards Bridgnorth. In Cressage take right turn to Kenley, continue 2 miles to T junction, turn right, continue for further 2 miles passing Kenley Church on right. At turning for Acton Burnell, Bank Cottage is on your left. From East, from Much Wenlock follow signs for Shrewsbury, after Plume of Feathers turn left to Harley. At back of Church turn left and follow sign for Kenley. Pass Kenley Church on right, then use same directions.
Tel: 01694 731661
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