Broome Farm Cottages
Self Catering in Church Stretton, Shropshire
DescriptionSet on a small arable farm with views over some of Shropshire's finest countryside. St. Vincent cottage sleeps 6 and Bequia sleeps 4.
ST VINCENT COTTAGE is situated in one of the most rural parts of England - the south Shropshire Hills. The scenery is breathtaking, rolling hills, green fields, cattle, crops, woods, castles and all. We are about 8 miles from the nearest village (Much Wenlock), about 12 miles from Shrewsbury and about 20 miles from Ludlow. Wenlock Edge and the Long Mynd which were made famous by A E Housman in A Shropshire Lad are close by, as are other notable sights such as the museums of Ironbridge, Stokesay Castle, Weston Park and Buildwas Abbey to name a few the local estates.
Broome Farm is a 17th Century farm and the cottages are converted from 17th Century barns around an old courtyard.
St Vincent consists of an entrance hall, large kitchen which is fully equipped, a separate drawing room with log-burner, sitting room complete with stereo with ipod attachment and a flat screen TV and DVD player. There is also a dining area at one end with exposed trusses, stone walls, wrought iron lights, refectory style table and chairs for at least 8 people. Upstairs the cottage sleeps two persons in each room. St Vincent has one double and two twins (one twin more suitable for children), with one bathroom and one shower room. The bathroom is en-suite to the main bedroom in this cottage.
BEQUIA COTTAGE consists of an entrance hall, a kitchen which is fully equipped from which you enter the sitting room with the wood burning stove. From the kitchen though and up some steps there is a separate unique medieval style dining hall with a high ceiling, and with large stunning trusses. The cottage is similarly fitted to the same high standards as St Vincent. Upstairs there is one King bedroom and two single bedrooms. There are two bathrooms, one with a bath and one with a shower, also fitted with slate basin surrounds and high quality fittings.
We include all linen and towels. We also have complimentary soaps.
Wireless Internet available.
The upstairs rooms are built into the roof and incorporate high ceilings with lots of exposed low beams etc. There are however areas with low height so one has to be a bit aware of this. The building was completely taken apart and rebuilt to a very high standard in 2001. The bathroom although small is fitted out to very high standards with slate basin surrounds and highest quality fittings. The kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, clothes washer, fridge, freezer, microwave, etc, etc. Electricity and heating are included, as are all towels, linen, etc. The cottage has broadband access.
Please do not hesitate to call me if you have any questions, or would like any additional information. We look forward to meeting you.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Cottage||£384.00 - £724.00(Per unit per week)||1||6|
|Cottage||£347.00 - £654.00(Per unit per week)||1||4|
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From the junction of the A5/A49 (S) Shrewsbury. Pass Dorrington. Turn left in Leebotwood towards Cardington. Before Cardington turn left to Enchmarsh/Church Preen. Follow signs towards Church Preen. In Chatwell turn right. Finish at Broome Farm Cottages.
Tel: 01694 771338
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