Attractive luxury 19th century period cottage and garden set in an idyllic Shropshire village close to Hodnet, Telford and Shrewsbury, the perfect base for everyone to explore the area all year round.
Waters Upton, a pretty Shropshire village, is conveniently close to Hodnet, Telford and Shrewsbury with many attractions, events, renowned pubs and restaurants for your enjoyment. Visit Hodnet Hall Gardens, Wroxeter Roman Vineyard or Shrewsbury, the medieval market town with its castle, theatre, independent shops and eateries. Head to Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Coalbrookdale Museums or the historic town of Much Wenlock, the birthplace of the modern Olympian movement with 12th Century Priory, museum, unique shops, galleries and tea rooms. National Trust properties in the area include Attingham Park, Benthall, Dudmaston Hall and Sunnycorft. Walk through Hawkstone Park Follies, along the Long Mynd or up Haughmond Hill and embrace the views. Whatever your interest, there is always something to see and do in the area.
The front door opens into the beautifully furnished lounge with TV, comfortable sofas and feature fireplace with wood burner, snuggle up and watch a film or lose yourself in a good book. Relax in this beautifully furnished 1800s cottage, full of period features, contemporary twists and creature comforts. Enjoy underfloor heating in the kitchen and lovely views down the country lane and towards the hills. The kitchen is well-equipped with all the thoughtful little extras alongside the electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. If you decide to rustle up a meal and eat in, the dining area is perfectly positioned by the original bread oven in the kitchen. After dinner, the table has ample space to open the maps and plan your holiday activities. After a full day out take a leisurely bath in the stylish bathroom, with shower over bath and WC, and retire to the gorgeous bedroom with king-size bed, this truly is a lovely house to fall asleep and wake up in.
Relax outside and enjoy al fresco dining in the enclosed private courtyard garden with a patio area and table and chairs at the rear or the open front garden with lawn and established shrubs sided by the historic sandstone wall. Relax in the garden, listen to birdsong and enjoy views over the idyllic village from sunrise and to sunset. There is roadside parking for two cars and lockable bike storage available.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.