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Situated amongst farmland and adjoining Bomere Heath village cricket ground and yet only 4 miles from the beautiful historic town of Shrewsbury stands this former country railway station built in 1847, set in 2 acres of grounds.
Center situated property. Close to all local amenities yet in a quiet secluded part of town. Property comprises of 1 double bedroom with family bathroom and shower. King size en suite with exposed beams. Kitchen, lounge and third WC. Property sleeps up to 6.
14-15 High Street
Church Farm B&B, near Ironbridge, is a 17th century farmhouse B&B peacefully set in its own beautiful gardens and land on the edge of the small village of Kemberton in Shropshire, just 10 minutes drive from Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
The Dairy and The Byre, newly converted, well appointed, 18th Century barns (each sleeps 2 + cot). In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty halfway between Ludlow and Church Stretton. Stunning views from the lengh of Wenlock Edge.
The Pheasant at Neenton is a stunningly restored dining pub with rooms, serving superb Shropshire food in a real country local. We have three newly-opened en-suite bedrooms, with relaxing décor and furnished with a touch of style.
Two cottages, sleeping 2 and 3 people, woodland walks, each with its own private garden area. Off road parking for two cars. Full oil fired central heating all included. Outdoor barbeque area. Pets welcome by arrangement.
61 The Hill
Stunning, recently converted, detached stone barn, set around a courtyard. Glebe Barn is located within the village of Caynham, a picturesque village in the heart of the beautiful south Shropshire countryside, just three miles from Ludlow.
A choice of 6 accommodations. Old barns on two separate sites converted self-contained units to accommodate families of all sizes. Comfortably furnished and well-equipped. Also a spacious 10-bedroom farmhouse.
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The Mount Guest House is perhaps unique in that it offers excellent views of the Shropshire countryside and is also situated close to Ludlow town centre – so most of the popular restaurants, traditional pubs, the specialists shops, the renowned Church of St Laurence, Ludlow Brewery, and the beautiful countryside are within easy walking distance.
61 Gravel Hill
Ash Hall is of the Queen Anne period with many original features. Accommodation is available in 2 rooms. Bedrooms are spacious and overlook the surrounding countryside.
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