The Stables

Sleeps 7

The Stables

The Stables is a two storey modern barn conversion on the other side of the courtyard from The Old Shippon & Churn cottage  what it lacks in panoramic views which the other cottages have it more than makes up for in size, style and en-suite bedrooms with many guests comments being “I could live here”.

As you walk into The Stables to the left on the ground floor is a large bright airy double bedroom with exposed beams, vaulted ceiling and a sliding door leading to a wet room which has a large walk in shower area, W/C with adjacent hand basin, grab rails and a large wall-hung basin. A wheeled shower chair or shower stool is available if needed as well as door ramp, bed risers, commode and a walking frame.

Also on the ground floor is a large fully fitted kitchen/diner with a big farmhouse table easily seating 8, a 50/50 fridge freezer, electric oven & hob, a full sized dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.  An open sandstone doorway leads you into the comfortable living room which has double doors leading onto the patio area with garden furniture & charcoal BBQ.  All of the ground floor is on one level and has underfloor heating.

The first floor is accessed from stairs in the living room and has a large triple bedroom with double & single bed, a family bathroom which has a bath and overhead shower, WC and sink unit and a king room with en-suite shower room.

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Key Features

  • 1 double ground-floor bedroom
  • 2 first floor bedrooms (triple & King)
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Large fully fitted kitchen/diner
  • Spacious living room
  • Suitable for assisted wheelchair users
  • Under floor heating
  • Wi-Fi
  • Patio area
  • Off road parking

testimonial quotes

"Running short of superlatives, as always, a great stay, cottage still feels like new and incredible how all this is maintained to such a high standard whilst having to deal with all the jobs needed on a working farm. Thanks again. PS fillet steaks were great."

Paul, Georgie, Abi & Imogen

Shrewsbury

The birth place of Charles Darwin, a beautiful town with lots of historical places to visit as well as lots of independent shops, cafes & restaurants. Explore the Narrow streets and Tudor buildings, visit the Castle or Abbey two of Shrewsbury's oldest landmarks or take a boat trip down the river Severn. Relax with a picnic in the quarry where you can walk along the River Severn or visit the formal gardens created by Percy Thrower.

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