Self-Catering in Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Tel: 01746 785451
St Peters is a self catering holiday accommodation suitable for 2 people, offering everything for a quiet, peaceful country holiday enabling you to relax and unwind.
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with a wealth of historical and interesting local places for to explore virtually right on the doorstep.
This self catering holiday accommodation is a perfect base to explore the many lovely walks in the surrounding Shropshire countryside, or soaking up the scenic natural beauty, bird watching, steam driven railways, visiting historical sites and museums or just putting your feet up and relaxing. We are ready to welcome you to St Peters.
St Peters part of a beautiful 18th Century Shropshire farmhouse and is personally managed by the owners .
Situated in the Corvedale, an area of outstanding natural beauty, this holiday accommodation will leave you free to explore the many interesting and historical places nearby.
The accommodation has one double bedroom and suitable for two people.
The owners have made sure that each room is well equipped to offer their guests a comfortable, relaxing and care free holiday.
The accommodation at St Peters is spread over two floors and is heated by overnight storage heaters, the cost of which is included in the price.
The open plan kitchen is well equipped with a built in fridge, separate three drawer built in freezer. A dishwasher is also provided which accommodates a twelve place settings together with a good quantity of crockery , glassware and cooking equipment so no washing up after every meal. An electric hob/oven/grill, microwave, and coffee machine, together with tea towels, dishwasher tablets, washing up liquid and kitchen cloths are all provided.
The accommodation offers a washer/dryer with a steam iron and ironing board .
The open plan living area has a comfortable three piece suite , TV, dvd player, stereo cd/cassette player. A selection of DVD’s and music CD’s are also provided for our guests to use during their stay.
The dining area has a table with four chairs which overlooks the garden and rolling Shropshire countryside beyond.
The bathroom has a bath with shower over, a shaver point and offers plenty of storage. Towels are provided for use during your stay.
The bedroom has a double bed and will be beautifully dressed with freshly laundered white Egyptian linen
Tea and coffee are provided for you upon arrival. However the local supermarkets do offer delivery of an online shop. Just let us know if we can be of any assistance with this prior to your stay.
St Peters is a real country retreat in the peaceful hamlet of Monkhopton, tucked away in a quiet courtyard setting and provides off road parking.
Monkhopton is situated in the beautiful Corvedale an area of outstanding natural beauty and located only a short distance away from Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth. Ludlow, Shrewsbury, Church Stretton, Craven Arms and Ironbridge are all within easy reach.
The nearest village is approximately three miles away and this short drive (or walk) takes you to the village of Ditton Priors. Ditton Priors hosts a general store, post office, petrol station, garage, pub, doctors surgery and butchers.
Much Wenlock (approximately 5 miles away) home to a priory which dates back to Saxon times has a wide range of shops tucked away in quaint narrow meandering streets, pubs, restaurants, banks, sport centre, garage with a small supermarket and cash point.
Bridgnorth ( approximately 6 miles away) is a lovely medieval market town with a good variety of traditional high street shops, pubs, leisure centre, several supermarkets, banks and hospital. The local theatre known as ‘Theatre on the Steps’ (which apparently is haunted by one of the numerous ghosts which populate Bridgnorth) is also situated within the town and hosts a variety of performances throughout the year. The funicular cliff railway which takes you from high town to low town and the Severn Valley Railway also situated in Bridgnorth can take you down memory lane with it steam driven trains along scenic countryside.
The town of Shrewsbury approximately 30 minutes drive away has plenty to see and do. It boasts a variety of independent shops and restaurants as well as high street brands. Shrewsbury not only has a castle but also a norman abbey and over 600 listed buildings all linked by ancient shuts and passageways.
Ironbridge famous for its industrial heritage and museums all make up the Ironbridge Gorge world heritage site with plenty of activities to see and do indoors and out.
Walkers please take note that the clee hills, long mynd and wenlock edge are all within easy reach, so don’t forget your boots.
A visit to Stokesay castle which is a preserved 13th century fortified manor house is well worth a trip.
Please note that St Peters is a non-smoking establishment and we are unable to accept pets. Having only one bedroom and the layout of the accommodation, it is unsuitable for small children or those with restricted mobility.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Cottage||£275.00 - £490.00(Per unit per week)||1||2|
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From Bridgnorth take the A458 towards Shrewsbury. At Morville take B4368 to Craven Arms. Go through Monkhopton village and turn left signposted Great Hudwick/Lower Netchwood. St Peters is located on the right hand side after 50 metres.
Tel: 01746 785451
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