Holiday Cottages In Shrewsbury To Rent
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Christopher - verified booking
"This is not a purpose built holiday cottage, nor even a major recent modernisation/adaption of a rural barn as holiday accommodation. It is what it says on the tin - the wing of large significant grade 2* historic mansion. It therefore has the strengths and weaknesses of that status, but the strengths far outweigh the weaknesses. It is spacious, even grand, particularly in its generously proportioned principal sitting-room; but, despite this, even in the depths of winter - we used it over Christmas - it was always warm. Not true of the basement games room with its full-size snooker table and table tennis table which was difficult to heat adequately at the coldest time of the year; but, presumably, would be fine at other times. The kitchen was well equipped with crockery, cutlery, glasses and utensils - with more than enough to continue to meet current needs while the dishwasher was in action. The cooker was fine for general use, but slightly inadequate in size for major complicated cooking for a Christmas celebration meal for 10. There is at normal times a huge range of visitor attractions within easy range, but like everywhere else these are reduced at Christmas, but for a place to be cosy and friendly in as a party it's great, and there are good vigorous walking opportunities. Our host, the mansion owner, was very welcoming - a huge decorated Xmas tree was provided and gifts of flowers and wine, plus an invitation to the main house for drinks on Boxing Day. Very interesting and engaging to talk to. I have nothing but admiration for the efforts of the current and last generation of the family to gradually and painstakingly restore and revive a grand mansion which once saw better days and in the 20th century nearly failed. We thoroughly enjoyed a different experience not usually available under a 'country cottage' label!"
Richard - verified booking
"Really enjoyed our stay last week. Shared the cottage with another family, 4 adults and three children in total. Plenty of room and comfortable. Village is v.quiet and nearest pub, the Nags head was a 5 minute drive on the way to Pontesbury which has a bakery, a co-op which is open 6am-10pm every day, two Chinese’s takeaways and a chip shop.Beds in cottage were comfortable, clean big bathrooms with instant hot water etc. Tv has free view which was a downgrade from sky, but more than adequate for the week. The owner Jayne who lives next door was very friendly as well as her dogs.The village is 5 miles from Shrewsbury which has the usual amenities, bowling, cinema and supermarkets. Also has a museum of local military history in the castle which was worth a visit.One hr south is Rhayader where the red kite feeding station is situated. Again worth a visit to see approx 300-400 wild red kites feeding 50 meters away and only £20 for a family of 4. Also managed a walk up Earls hill which has great views, but not an easy walk. The first few hundred meters were gravel tracks which soon became several hundred meters of very steep banks through the woods, but definitely worth the walk.Planned to go to Snowdon, but too far for children to walk and trains booked way in advance, so if this is on your agenda book in advance.Would We return, definitely. Plenty more to see and do that we could not manage in our week. A very beautiful part of the country which we would contemplate moving to."
Jacy - verified booking
"If you want peace, quiet, tranquility, no phones or internet, this is the place for you. Had an amazing 5 days here, lots of walks straight from the barn with the dogs, didn't use the car at all.Very modern and well thought out barn conversion, a bedroom at each end, each with their own toilet, and one with a bath the other with a shower.Very clean and well equipped, high quality kitchen, and had a welcome tray with milk, tea, coffee, sugar and a pack of locally made biscuits, very nice thought.The area is great for dogs, they must be kept on lead though in some fields to protect the livestock. The garden is fenced, but, it is not secure and if you have a smaller dog they could easily get through the bars, as one of ours did to chase a pheasant.This is one of the best places we have stayed in and will without a doubt stay here again."
Jamie - verified booking
"Negatives:We felt the garden wasn't that suitable for little kids (4 & 2) as there was a degree of "junk" left out (wood with nails sticking out; tools not in shed) and the grass was in sore need of a cut. Which was a bit of a shame as the garden was a large selling point for us. There are elements of tiredness about the house, likely rectified with a quick coat of paint and screwdriver. BBQ rusty and in our opinion, to suitable to cook on.Also, DVD didn't work - potential for user error here but equally, wasn't expecting to have to fiddle about with wires and leads as feel it should be plugged in from the off.Positives:Rooms very nicely kitted out, good size and beautifully furnished.The extension is a thing of beauty; very clever design and really brings the garden indoors."
Alan - verified booking
"We had a family gathering (8 adults, 6 children and 2 dogs) to celebrate a 70th birthday. We loved the spaciousness of the property - the beds were comfortable and it was spotlessly clean.Being a historic listed building, there was not the level of "luxury" one might get in other places, but perfectly adequate. The older children used the internet service extensively, though this was subject to speed restrictions, which caused some frustration.The outdoor table-tennis was a surprise - and we had the beautiful weather to use it.We were pleased that our visit coincided with one of the 6 days a year when the NT part of the house was open to the public - a real bonus.The road access had rather a lot of potholes, but this is not unexpected in a farm track."