Bishops Castle holiday cottages, Shropshire self catering accommodationBAILEY END
19 Welsh Street,
Bishops Castle,
Shropshire
SY9 5BS

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Sleeps: 8 - 9.
Pets welcome.

Low season £295 per wk.
High season £520 per wk.

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For further details please contact:

Mr C A Wentzel
Tel: 020 8767 3718


 Bailey End is situated in Bishops Castle, a small town in the Shropshire hills, 4 miles from the Welsh border. You can walk immediately into the country from the house and there are walks nearby on the Long Mynd, Offa's Dyke, and Stiperstones.

Although Bishops Castle is quite remote, you can get all you need there. It has a post office, bank, butcher, baker, chemist, grocer, and antique and second hand bookshops. It also has several good pubs, including two which brew their own beer, and most of which also do meals. There is no main road in the town so it is quiet, and safe for children.

Accommodation  
  • The house sleeps up to nine (but eight is more comfortable) in five bedrooms.
  • The drawing room is large, with a wood-burning stove. (Wood for the stove is included in the rent).
  • There is a bathroom, and a shower room, both with lavatories.
  • There is a washing/dryer, dishwasher, and wireless broadband.
Outside
The house has a mews area at the back. A public footpath runs down the lane beside the house. About 30 yards down the footpath there is a small garden field belonging to the house which can be used for games, picnics and barbecues.

More details and pictures available on our website (click link above).
 



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 BAILEY END
19 Welsh Street,
Bishops Castle,
Shropshire
SY9 5BS

______________________

Sleeps: 8 - 9.
Pets welcome.

Low season £295 per wk.
High season £520 per wk.

______________________

For further details please contact:

Mr C A Wentzel
Tel: 020 8767 3718
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 Bailey End is situated in Bishops Castle, a small town in the Shropshire hills, 4 miles from the Welsh border. You can walk immediately into the country from the house and there are walks nearby on the Long Mynd, Offa's Dyke, and Stiperstones.

Although Bishops Castle is quite remote, you can get all you need there. It has a post office, bank, butcher, baker, chemist, grocer, and antique and second hand bookshops. It also has several good pubs, including two which brew their own beer, and most of which also do meals. There is no main road in the town so it is quiet, and safe for children.

Accommodation   Outside
The house has a mews area at the back. A public footpath runs down the lane beside the house. About 30 yards down the footpath there is a small garden field belonging to the house which can be used for games, picnics and barbecues.

More details and pictures available on our website (click link above).
 



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