Adjacent to our farmhouse home, Curlew Cottage retains many original features and is bursting with character – electric stove, beamed ceilings, natural slate floors and exposed stone walls. Spacious, well equipped and tasteful accommodation with a real homely feel …see more
The Barn is a stylish, comfortable, cosy apartment in a tranquil setting with beautiful views of the stunning surrounding countryside in the South Shropshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A short distance from the main house, it is private and not overlooked. I …see more
Perfect rural getaway for 2-4 right on the Shropshire Way in the Shropshire Hills designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This Shippen is a detached, light, spacious, open-plan barn conversion with contemporary styling and an oak and glass gable overlooking the f …see more
England Shelve Farmhouse nestles on the hillside, surrounded by farmland in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with magnificent views south to the Long Mynd. The Farmhouse is accessed by its own drive and there is ample parking for 4 cars. there are thre pubs and a …see more
A lovely place to stay, very well equipped. Beautiful views and so peaceful. Local pubs within one mile drive, food at a reasonable price with a good choice. Do need to take basic supplies. tea coffee… More
We were delighted to receive such a wonderfully positive report about the Farmhouse. Thank you for your kind words however additional thanks must also be given for the perfect condition in which the house was left., it makes our cleaners' life so much easier and greatly improves the preparation time for the next guests. Thank you again.
TRADITIONAL COTTAGE WITH PRIVATE HOT TUB ON THE FRINGE OF SHROPSHIRE VILLAGE SLEEPS 8
Part of an original terrace just a short stroll into the heart of Bishops Castle, this cottage offers an eclectic mix of old, new and reclaimed, offering a unique and ideal getaway …see more
Delightful Georgian and part Victorian stone and brick built property at the end of three cottages situated overlooking the picturesque town. Recently renovated with two beautiful modern bathrooms and full central heating while retaining the exposed beams, large ingleno …see more
This is a truly stunning rural idyll - a delightful 15th century cottage handsomely restored with a wealth of beams, original features and wood burning stove sitting right on the Kerry Ridgeway. With its garden fence straddling the Welsh/English border and just 500 yard …see more
Adjacent to our farmhouse home, Heron Cottage retains many original features and is bursting with character – wood burning stove, beamed ceilings, natural slate floors and exposed stone walls. Spacious, well equipped and tasteful accommodation with a real homely f …see more
This old street house has its origins in the 17th century, but large parts were rebuilt in the 19th century. It has some exposed beams and some original tiled and flagstone floors.
The property has:
A spacious living room, with inglenook fireplace containing a powerfu …see more
The Porch House was built in 1564 and is one of the most important buildings in the town. The Ludlow apartment has a well appointed kitchen, a living room with wood burning stove, a large bedroom with a king sized bed, sofa, large walk in wardrobe and an en-suite bathro …see more
As frequent visitors to the the town of Bishops Castle we know the area very well, we had only previously stayed in B&B's etc, but thought we would rent a cottage. We were amazed at the facilities on … More