This stylish, double-fronted townhouse, situated overlooking the River Severn in Shrewsbury, is set over three storeys with four bedrooms and a double sofa bed in the second sitting room accommodating up to ten people.
Marine Terrace is situated in the Shropshire town of Shrewsbury; a three-storey, double-fronted townhouse with direct access to the riverside walks along the River Severn. The property has four bedrooms all equipped with a TV with Freeview, including two king-size double rooms, plus a king-size double room on the second floor and a twin room on the second floor. There are two bathrooms, one on each of the first and ground floors, an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area and there is a second sitting room with a double sofa bed.
Outside, there is a first floor decked area with furniture and a 6-seater hot tub, a rear enclosed access garden, as well as a bistro table at the front of the property. There are several car parks and space to load and unload the car nearby. A great base for exploring Shropshire in style, Marine Terrace is great for friends and families alike.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Well worth booking We stopped here for 3 nights for my dad's 70th Birthday. My sister, hubby, dad, wife and me and husband plus for kids and a dog all stayed here very comfortably. The view of the river was lovely, we was just a short walk into Shrewsbury itself and the house was clean and tidy. The kids did argue about the Xbox a lot but I guess that's what kids do. There was a big draw full of family games too. Our only issue was at the lion hotel restaurant, however thats another review. vicky s 2018-02-26
Fabulous house in a perfect location A group of 9 ladies stayed here for 3 nights for a 40th Birthday. The house is spread over 3 floors. All bedrooms are beautifully decorated, are a good size and all have a river view . Plus there is a double sofa bed with bedding available in the second sitting room on the ground floor. All bedrooms including the second sitting room were fitted with TVs.
One shower room is on the ground floor and the second shower room is on the first floor. So those stopping in the 2 bedrooms on the second floor do have to come down a flight of stairs to access the toilet/ bathroom. Again bathrooms were luxurious and each guest was provided with a bath and hand towel.
The ground floor has an open plan kitchen, lounge and dining room with large tv. There were enough seats/ sofas available. There are also bi fold doors leading to a very small yard.
The hot Tub is located on the first floor and has seating available for those wanting to stay dry. Another great place to sit for adults, but wouldn?t be a great place for children to play. Cleaning chemicals etc were available for the hot tub in the utility area.
We found there to be plenty of utensils, cutlery etc available in the kitchen including dishwasher tablets.
You can Purchase one parking permit from the owner which is £15 for 3 nights. This allows you to park in the United Reform Church Car Park over the bridge and you don't have the have the inconvenience of having to keep putting money parking meter. However there are lots of NCP car parks are available literally a few min walk away.
The house is located on the water front so you cannot park out the front at all. There is also no rear access to the property as the rear gate has been bricked up. There is a public loading /unloading bay located at the end of Julian's Crescent right near the main road leading to the bridge. However, we struggled to find this on arrival as the loading bay is only identified by faded painted writing on the road. So unloading the vehicles/ loading the vehicles took a few trips back and forth.
Overall we absolutely loved this property, it is literally a stones throw from all the shops and restaurants, however back in the property/ hot tub it is very quiet with only the sounds of ducks in the river to be heard.
Would love to re-visit x Emma_Moore 2018-02-06
Spacious and very scenic Lovely spacious house with great view out of windows.Very clean with all mod cons, only criticism I would give is there is no PTO on the hot tub instructions on the notice board, so we knew nothing about sterilisation of the hot tub, the other thing we found was facilities in the kitchen were quite basic, no bread bin, lack of cooking utensils, no dishwasher tablets, so had to go out and buy things, those things aside though, I would still rate it a good house to stay in. lorraineapulley 2016-10-30
Great house and location Visited with 7 family members for annual get together. Probably one of the best houses we have stayed in. House is well fitted out, nice bed linen and fluffy towels Great location, easy stroll to town and lovely river walks. Lots of nice pubs and eating places very near. We didn't use the hot tub. Hope to visit again next year. babsLancs 2016-10-15
Fabulous 5* 10 of us stayed in this gorgeous house for a friends 40th last summer and it was one of the best weekends I've had. Shrewsbury itself is beautiful but this house was utterly fabulous, beautiful inside, everything you need plus the added luxury of the hot tub!! I'd go back and stay here every month if I could!! Fabulous 5***** Ryn81 2016-03-20
Jacuzzi Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Single Beds 2
Twin Beds 1
Gas central heating Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 6 x TVs with Freeview, Amazon fire stick with 400 hours of films/TV and over 1000 albums of music, WiFi Fuel and power inc in rent Bed linen and towels inc in rent Cot, highchair and stairgate on request Parking available in several car parks nearby Space to load/unload car nearby Rear, enclosed access patio First floor decked area with furniture Hot tub located on the ground floor Two well-behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking Shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants 1 min walk Note: Direct access to river path, via gate at end of enclosed outside area, with railings and barriers to prevent easy access to river Note: Minimal traffic noise while outdoors
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