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Virginia Cottage was originally a barn set on a working farm. It has been converted to provide accommodation for groups of up to 4 people. The conversion has been undertaken with great care and the cottage retains much of its original character through features such as a wood-burning stove in the lounge. The decoration is modern, yet comforting and the property backs onto a private patio from where you can absorb the rolling scenery or enjoy a spot of summertime dining. Walks are available through the farm and the cottage is located close to other walking trails. There is parking for up to 2 cars, although the local shops are 2 minutes away on foot and the local pub is 4 miles away.
The pretty little village of Acton Burnell is set in rolling farmland a few miles from Shrewsbury and takes its name from Robert Burnell, famous for building the lovely castle and church here in the 13th Century. Robert Burnell, who built the castle, also built Acton's Church of St Mary, which is still in use and remains one of the most complete 13th century village churches in Britain. Acton is well-placed to explore further Shropshire attractions, such as Much Wenlock, Church Stretton, Attingham Park and Shropshire's capital: Shrewsbury. There are plenty of walking and cycling opportunities, especially amongst the historic Shropshire Hills.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Utility/cloakroom with belfast sink and WC. Well-equipped, modern fitted kitchen with dining area and french windows to rear patio. Comfortable sitting room with woodburner and french doors to front patio.
Shropshire is probably one of England’s more quiet counties but don’t let that fool you. Found in the west of England, bordering Wales, Shropshire boasts over 90 places of interest to visit as well as traditional market towns, outstanding countryside and a tranquil environment. Visit historic houses, awesome castles with beautiful gardens, the famous Ironbridge or one of the many family attractions and enjoy many great days out on your Luxury break to Shropshire. Shrewsbury is also a fantastic place to visit, the birthplace of Charles Darwin and surrounded by the River Severn, Shrewsbury is home to a collection of delightful medieval black and white buildings that retain a wonderful history. If you’re looking to revitalise and take in some fresh air then you can always get out in the Shropshire hills, by the Meres or Mosses or take a stroll beside the Shropshire Union or Llangollen canal. Take your family pet along for the fun and discover a Luxury pet-friendly cottage.