A delightful early 19th century detached coach house conversion, located in a courtyard within the grounds of an old rectory. The sleepy village of Shrawardine has a beautiful opportunity to enjoy some quality Shropshire living.
Old Coach House has been renovated and developed to a very high standard, which creates a beautiful combination of original character features along with modern facilities. The Old Coach House is an extremely well-equipped accommodation for all your holiday needs.
The approach coming to the cottage has lovely views towards the Breidden Hills and Rodney’s Pillar, whilst the scenic Severn Way Walk runs beside the house.
If you like walking, you can enjoy the fantastic walks along and over the Shropshire Hills, and National Cycle Network Route 81 is just 50 yards from the cottage.
Within easy reach are Shrewsbury, Church Stretton, Ludlow, the Ironbridge Gorge, Stokesay Castle and Acton Scott Historic Working Farm.
A luxury Shrawardine cottage in an ideal location and just perfect for all occasions.
The Old Coach House is fully dog-friendly; you can have up to two well-behaved dogs. The dog is more than welcomed here, so make sure you bring them! The owners do keep horses, dogs & hens so dogs should be kept on leads at all times when your out and about around the farm.
The cottage is just a lovely retreat for those wanting a break away from everyday life but still in easy reach of lots of things to do and see. If you would like more information, you can find this holiday rental on Sykes Cottages, or you can telephone them on Tel 01244 617 795
Weekly price from £535
Property Ref. 2984