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The Generals Quarters
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Brian - verified booking
"This cottage has an extraordinarily remote location, accessed from any direction by over 4 miles of (very) single track roads. This is both the best and worst aspect of Bequila as a holiday base. The good part is that you feel as though you are in another world... an intensely rural setting of dark skies and the sounds of nature.. with a wonderful view from the lounge across rolling countryside dominated by the Clee hills. The Lawley, Cardoc and the Bowdlers are on the doorstep.The bad part is that every trip out by car begins and ends with 15-20 minutes of mildly stressful progress along those single track roads with passing places sometimes few and far between, never sure when you will meet another car or tractor. My phone's fitness app credited me with several daily "bike rides" - I at no point used a bike, but the phone assumed that as I was driving so slowly that I must be on a bike!But the roads and the other-worldly getaway are flip sides of the same coin. We loved it. The cottage itself was clean, comfortable and characterful. Even though it only accommodates four (1 double, 2 singles), it boasts a dining room in the style of a mini-baronial great hall which could easily accommodate a dinner party for 12!The only substantive negative for me personally (with a very bad back) was that the beds were a tad soft. Did not bother my companions, but resulted in me sleeping on the floor. There was space to do this in even the smallest bedrooms. The hot water supply is a tad tenuous: but all this means is that while you can have a good shower, run a bath and operate the dishwasher, you can only do one at a time. Again, this probably reflects the lovely off-grid nature of the location. Absolutely no problems with power, heat or internet. Recommended."
Caroline B - verified booking
"We really enjoyed our stay in this fantastic old property. The upper bedroom which has windows on all four sides was a joy. The children found it very exciting, especially the bath in the middle of the room, and we loved looking through the books. On the first floor there are the other bedroom and living room, which was well supplied with firewood, and in the evenings we were cosy in front of the fire. The other good thing was the two shower rooms located in one of the turrets. The underfloor heating was much appreciated, and it was fun being in the turret. We only used the actual dining room once, since it was inconvenient to run across to it in the cold weather, but it was a lovely room and we had the candles going to get the best atmosphere. The owner of the main house was very obliging and took us in to see the main hall - a fantastic old building. All in all it was a very enjoyable time and I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting a quiet countryside setting."
Jan - verified booking
"Ironmasters House is ideally situated for a stay in Longbridge. The property is stunning, spotlessly clean with all the equipment you would need. Ironmasters House is situated directly opposite the Iron Bridge, which sadly was being refurbished, so we didn't have the view from the windows that we were expecting. The noise early in the morning from the sandblasting was a bit of a pain and the work in progress, we were told by locals, is expected to take until the end of the year. I feel that people booking this property, or any other in Ironbridge, with a visit to the bridge in mind should be notified about it being totally covered and not possible to be seen. I feel that they could be very disappointed if not made aware of this. Going back to the property: it is fantastic and warm welcome awaits you."
A FlipKey verified reviewer - verified booking
"Lovely, well equipped cottage. Very comfy double bed! Great for access to beautiful town centre of Shrewsbury by foot. Lovely river walk + castle + train station on the way into town. Loads of history, fantastic market (lots of french food for some reason, yummy cheese anyway!) and great for shopping- literally any high street store you can think of! I would say it is fairly baby friendly as well, we didn't have any trouble with our 4 months old boy (you have to bring your own travel cot, bouncy or high chair too). All in all a lovely stay, hopefully will come back again soon. P.S. A bottle of cava and chocolate sweets on the arrival was a lovely touch. We really enjoyed them. Thank you x"
Flora - verified booking
"We stayed at the Generals Quarters as a group of friends. This place is amazing. It was a privilege to stay in such an old building that had been so thoughtfully restored. The restoration is still ongoing in the grounds but its easy to see how beautiful these will be with time. The house itself is a few miles from shops and pubs but if you come prepared there is no real reason to leave! You might want to bring a board game or two though. The house itself had more than enough space for 14 adults. The kitchen was well equipped for preparing meals for everyone and all the bedrooms were large and had their own individuality. We would definitely return here, what a great experience."