The Coach House is a charming 18th century semi detached Grade II listed barn conversion which has been traditionally decorated and furnished to provide cosy, well-equipped accommodation.
The Wainscott is a charming barn conversion in an 18th century Grade II listed building. The semi-detached property has three-bedrooms, comprising one twin, one double and one fitted with children’s bunks.
This character barn conversion is located adjacent to a working livestock farm in the hamlet of Chatford near Shrewsbury in Shropshire and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
This lovely bungalow is situated on the edge of Hook-a-Gate village near Shrewsbury and sleeps four people in two bedrooms.
This detached cottage is nestled near the quiet village of Condover, in Shropshire and can sleep 10 guests in five bedrooms.
This ground floor barn conversion, pet friendly cottage on a working farm sleeps 4 people and can be found in the village of Stapleton near Church Stretton in Shropshire. Within driving distance are the historic towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow.
This semi-detached, pet friendly, barn conversion for 5 people is set on a working farm in the village of Stapleton near Church Stretton in Shropshire and is ideally situated to explore the nearby towns of Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ironbridge.
This character end-terrace cottage is located in the village of Condover, near Shrewsbury in Shropshire and can sleep three people in two bedrooms.
This mid-terrace cottage is located near to the town of Shrewsbury and can sleep two people in one bedroom.
A detached property resting within the village of Dorrington, housing five bedrooms and can sleep up to fourteen people.
This detached cottage rests in Castle Pulverbatch near Pulverbatch, Shropshire and can sleep 12 people in six bedrooms.
This detached house is located in the village of Dorrington and can sleep seven people in four bedrooms.
This semi-detached cottage is located near to the town of Shrewsbury and can sleep four people in one bedroom.
This one bedroom property is part of a 19th Century barn conversion, set in the heart of a pretty village in Shropshire.
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