Stayed 3 nights 13-15 July 2015. The cottage is one of four grouped around a small courtyard with shrubs and flowers. Not a boutique hotel but a beamed converted farm building comfortably furnished with 4 ring cooker,fridge,microwave and more than adequate crockery and utensils. Being eco-friendly development the owners( friendly and obliging) provide "green" washing liquid and cleaners, teatowels etc. The main room is a lounge/kitchen diner.The double bedroom is more than adequate with comfortable bed and sufficient wardrobe/drawer space ( plenty of clothes hangers).and a compact modern shower room with WC and basin.Water was hot and delivered via excellent shower head.
The cottage was nicely maintained and spotlessly clean.Somewhat dark as windows are small and a large shrub beside the door robs it of light. My only complaint was the towels provided were well worn and felt sodden before I had finished drying off after a shower. Situated beside an A road one might expect lots of road noise but the road is a quiet one,particularly by a townies standards and only the occasional subdued hum disturbs the tranquility.
I would unreservedly recommend the cottage for a short stay in peaceful and beautiful surroundings. I note another contributor complains the cottage was cold but the central heating seemed quite good and one CAN adjust the thermostats to taste.
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Nice for summer, unfortunately the radiator didn't work in loung and it wasn't hot in bedroom so the cottage never warmed up and neither did I
Great hosts & a very well kept holiday home very clean & eco friendly It is well placed to visit castles and shropshire villages and towns. We had a great holiday