A charming Grade II listed, stone cottage built in 1842, ideally situated for exploring Ludlow (only five miles away), the Shropshire Hills and the Welsh Marches. The Coach House was built in 1842.
It is within the Shropshire Hills Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty on a quiet lane at the edge of a village with two pubs in walking distance. It lies on the lower slopes of Titterstone Clee Hill with its stunning views. The Shropshire Way hiking trail runs past the property to the summit of the Clee. There are a range of shops in Clee Hill Village one mile away.
On the ground floor is a large sitting room with a separate dining area and a log burning stove in a brick-built fireplace.
A door leads to the separate, fully equipped kitchen.
Outside is a private patio with table and chairs.
A flight of stairs leads up to the first floor landing which is brightly lit by a large picture window with views to the distant Malvern Hills.
Off the landing is a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a bathroom with bath and WC.
All the first floor rooms have a mass of exposed timber beams and sloping ceilings.
Bed linen and towels provided. Included in the rental cost as is one basket of logs.
Full central heating.
Freeview TV with DVD, CD player and radio.
TV in double bedroom.
Full-size four ring electric cooker with oven and grill, Dishwasher, Microwave, Washing machine.