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79 Log Cabins in Shropshire

Beautiful walking country and fascinating market towns like Ludlow, Bishop's Castle and Much Wenlock with good restaurants, great local food and imaginative arts events. The Ironbridge Gorge Museum and Stokesay castle are all not to be missed.

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Alder River Lodge 4

Clun, Shropshire, Heart of England

Alder River Lodge From £607 Availability

Alder Lodge is a beautiful, detached lodge, set in an exceptional location beside the River Clun, 2.5 miles from Clun in Shropshire. Set entirely across the ground floor, with one double bedroom and one twin bedroom, this lodge can sleep four people. The lodge also includes an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner. Outside there is a large deck to three sides of the lodge with furniture and direct access to the river. Alder Lodge sits in a peaceful area, and offers the perfect romantic retreat, or tranquil hideaway for those looking for a fishing holiday. Note: There are 4 steps (with a handrail) leading to the cottage entrance, 4 steps up to the rear decking and a small ridge leading outside. Note: The cottage has direct access to the River Clun, on which the owner has fishing rights, guests must obtain their own rod licence. Note: This cottage is suitable for children aged 10 and over and babes-in-arms only.

Annie's Cabin 6

Ludlow, Shropshire, Heart of England

Annie's Cabin From £375 Availability

Annie's cabin sleeps 4+2, in a double bedroom, and a further bedroom with 2 single beds. There is also a double sofabed in the living area. There is a wetroom, with shower, toilet and handbasin. The main part of the cabin is open plan.

We operate on a maximum of two changeovers per week, so you can choose between a short weekend break (Friday p.m. till Monday a.m.), or a midweek break (Monday p.m. till Friday a.m.), or book a week either from Friday to Friday or Monday to Monday. Click on 'availability' for an up to date booking calendar and prices, or click on the photograph to access our own website.

Kitchen facilities include an induction hob, single fan oven, washing machine, dishwasher, and microwave. All electrical appliances have been chosen with low energy consumption as the overriding factor.

The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking - one of the attractions of Ludlow is it's great choice of fresh, local food, so if you like to cook, we want to encourage you.

Living room facilities include a TV, with a home cinema that plays DVDs and CDs. The acoustics of the living area are lively, so bring CDs! There are a selection of books, games and DVDs.

The cabin is set in a field surrounded on 2 sides by a river, and there are several features that connect it to the outdoors, including a wide folding door on the South side, and a large covered sitting area on the West side. All exterior doors have large amounts of glass in them, so you should see and hear the local wildlife.

Awel Y Berwyn 6

Llangynog, Shropshire, Heart of England

Awel Y Berwyn From £369 Availability

Awel Y Berwyn is a single storey cottage situated in Llangynog, North Wales. Hosting two bedrooms, comprising of a double and a twin, along with a shower room, this cottage can sleep four people. There is also a kitchen/diner and a sitting room. To the outside is an enclosed garden and off-road parking for two cars. Awel Y Berwyn is an idyllic retreat amidst the great outdoors, whatever time of year.

Barn in North Wales 2

Oswestry, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in North Wales From £563 Availability

This beautiful cottage nestles in a paradise for keen walkers and cyclists, with a superb choice of foot paths and trails to explore. You can discover the Ceiriog Valley, Tanat Valley and Shropshire Hills, or navigate the 177 miles of Offa s Dyke, and see The Pistyll ,a dramatic 240 foot waterfall in Llanrhaedr which is the tallest single drop waterfall in the UK. There are plenty of pretty villages dotted around the area including Llansilin and Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, with a choice of excellent pubs, cafes and restaurants. The ancient market town of Oswestry offers a unique range of shops, eateries, galleries, events and a host of attractions to enjoy. There are National Trust properties nearby including Erddig, Chirk and Powis Castles. On entering this attractive property, which was imaginatively restored in 2016 and which retains plenty of original features, including exposed beams, and which offers great views from every window, you will find yourself in the cosy and traditional open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The snug and welcoming lounge is an ideal space to relax in, with comfortable seating, tasteful furnishing, Smart TV and a traditional wood burner. You will also find a charming dining area, and the stylishly designed kitchen is fully equipped with everything you may need including electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Heading up to the first floor, you will find a cosy and spacious super king size. There is also a wet room, complete with shower and WC. Stepping outside, you can relax at the end of a fantastic day and admire the glorious rural views from the enclosed garden, with patio, lawn, furniture and BBQ. Off road parking is available for 2 cars. Ev charging is available charges payable to owner.

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Shrewsbury, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in Shropshire From £737 Availability

Pontesbury a large working village offers easy access to Shrewsbury the ancient medieval market town brimming with over 600 listed buildings including the castle and world famous abbey. A haven for those seeking a little outdoors adventure with great mountain biking in Eastridge Woods with trails to suit all abilities, the National Trail Offa s Dyke also passing through Pontesbury which will take you through the ancient quarries and woodland. A little further afield is the market town of Oswestry with a unique range of shops, farmers market and its well preserved hill top Iron Age fort, great for walking and marvelling at the surrounding countryside. Kick off your walking boots and step into the inviting farmhouse kitchen with centre island, the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine whilst making dinner. The kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, there is also a separate drying room in the kitchen. The light and spacious accommodation continues into the open plan lounge/dining area, with solid oak floors which further enhancing the soft furnishings. The small snug area is the perfect place for relaxing with a good book, a large dining table is set within the room and is perfect for gathering around to enjoy a meal. A larger seating area with corner sofa is well placed for sitting in front of the wood burner watching a movie with Smart TV and DVD with a Wii console, balance board and championship football playing table. Head up the hand crafted wooden staircase to the first floor where you will find one king size bedroom, one twin, one bunk bedroom and one single with additional pull out bed that can be made up on request. There is also two bathrooms with shower over the bath and WC, on this floor. The paved pathway will take you to your own raised terrace with garden furniture and exclusive use of hot tub (use of hot tub until 20th February 2023) that s just ideal after a day s adventure. There is off road parking for two cars plus additional parking 100 metres outside the property and bicycle storage.

Barn in Shropshire 2

Ludlow, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in Shropshire From £426 Availability

The peaceful hamlet of Abcott is well placed to all that come to stay and explore what the Southern Shropshire countryside has to offer, for enthusiastic walkers you will find simple access to the Shropshire Way, Herefordshire Way and Offa s Dyke. Along with some of the best mountain biking trails available for keen cyclists. For foodies and historians you will not be disappointed with a wealth of towns and farmers markets to enjoy to include; Montgomery, Bishops Castle, Ludlow and Leominster well known for their all year round festivals, farmers markets and walking and food festivals. You can also enjoy the numerous nearby attractions, including Powis Castle, the Severn Valley Railway Stokesay Castle. Take in the views across the orchard of mature fruit trees before stepping into this beautifully finished barn. A spacious lounge/kitchen/diner offers a warm welcome, with vaulted ceilings show casing exposed beams and brick work that compliment the contemporary colours and furnishings that the owner has carefully chosen. The lounge area is the perfect place to relax, light the wood burner on a chilly evening, curl up with a book or enjoy a good film on the TV. For a simple supper there is a breakfast bar that's just perfect for two. The kitchen is open to the lounge and well equipped, great for a simple supper with an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine. And when the day is done walk up five steps to where you will find a king size bedroom with lovely views onto the gardens, there is also a shower room with shower and WC on the ground floor. The French doors open onto the garden with table and chairs, the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea. There is allocated parking for two cars.

Barn in Shropshire 4

Shrewsbury, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in Shropshire From £485 Availability

Peacefully tucked away on a country lane within a charming hamlet, this sympathetically restored barn of historical interest has wonderful exposed beams, high ceilings and stone work with an inviting woodburner and simple furnishings, making this the home away from home and perfect country stay, close to Shrewsbury. The pretty Hamlet of Clive is made up of a few scattered houses nestled into the gloriously green Shropshire countryside, offering easy access to great walking and cycling trails, local beauty spot 'Grinshill Hill' and slightly further afield the Berwyn Mountains, Ceiriog Valley, Snowdonia and the Sand Stone Trail of the Cheshire Plain. Just a few miles away from Shrewsbury the ancient medieval market town of Shropshire which is brimming with over 600 listed buildings including the castle and world famous Abbey. National Trust properties to include Chirk and Powis Castles, Erddig and Attingham Park with their beautiful grounds and gardens. With an all year round festival calendar just not to be missed. The property comprises of a welcoming lounge with woodburner, TV and DVD, with two steps down to a exposed vaulted ceiling dining room that opens into the well equipped farm style kitchen with a rangemaster stove oven and grill, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge with freezer compartment. The property offers 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, 1 double with en suite shower and WC and on the lower ground floor, with steps down to another double. There is a separate bathroom with hand held shower over bath and WC. There is off road parking for 2 cars. Outside there is an enclosed private stone walled country style garden with different areas to enjoy with a table and chairs ideal for alfresco dining with a stunning view of the village church and a secondary bistro table to enjoy your morning coffee listening to the birds. There is a local social club within walking distance that is community led which opens for food and drinks, there is also a Pub within approximately 3 miles. Any property identified with increased accessibility may have different levels of provision. It is therefore, advisable that you contact us before you book to ensure the property meets your specific requirements.

Barn in Shropshire 6

Market Drayton, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in Shropshire From £588 Availability

Explore the vibrant towns nearby including Newport, Telford, medieval Shrewsbury, historic Nantwich, Stafford and the pottery and university town of Stoke On Trent. All are within easy reach, offering a range of events, independent shops, eateries, museums, galleries and attractions. Ollerton is a sleepy hamlet in Shropshire, close to Market Drayton, well known for its street market, shops and eateries, not forgetting the lovely Shropshire Union Canal. Visit Hawkestone Park Follies, Dorothy Clive Gardens, Bridgemere Garden World, Ironbridge Gorge Museums and National Trust s Attingham Park, Dudmaston, Benthall Hall and Biddulph Grange Gardens. The perfect spot to explore culture, cuisine and countryside in Shropshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire or just relax in this stylish barn. Activities in the area include walking, cycling and river fishing. The front door leads into the double height hall flooded with natural light and benefits from under floor heating on the ground floor and plenty of space for everyone. To the left is the fabulous kitchen with all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to prepare a meal. The kitchen is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. The dining table is perfectly positioned to enjoy a meal together. After dinner relax in the lounge on the comfortable sofas, plan your activities for your stay or watch a film on the Smart TV. There is a stylish shower room with WC on the ground floor. Head up the beautiful wooden staircase featuring glass banisters to where the first floor landing leads to three bedrooms and a further spacious and stylish shower room with shower and WC. Choose from the king size, double or twin bedrooms, all have been designed for a good night s sleep. Enjoy al fresco dining with private garden table, chairs and sunshade by the entrance. There is also the shared orchard with lawn and picnic table where a BBQ is available, as the barn is one of two properties nestling in the courtyard. You will find private parking for three cars at the property which please note is located on a working farm.

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Ludlow, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in Shropshire From £426 Availability

This property s idyllic location in the southern Shropshire Hills makes it an ideal location for wildlife enthusiasts, cyclists and keen walkers alike with many well marked paths easily accessible to include the Shropshire Way, Herefordshire Way and Offa's Dyke offering miles of scenic walks close to the border. Other places of interest in the area include Ludlow a vibrant market town that has regular farmers market, a medieval castle and a well attended food festival in September. A little further afield you will find the towns of Iron Bridge, Leominster and Bishops Castle. The area is also rich in National Trust houses and gardens that open throughout the year, and for historians why not visit Powis or Stokesay Castle. Take in the views across the orchard of mature fruit trees before stepping into this beautifully finished barn. A spacious lounge/kitchen/diner offers a warm welcome, with vaulted ceilings show casing exposed beams and brick work that complement the contemporary colours and furnishings that the owner has carefully chosen. The lounge area is the perfect place to relax, light the wood burner on a chilly evening, curl up with a book or enjoy a good film on the TV. The kitchen/diner is open to the lounge with a well equipped kitchen that s great for a simple supper with an electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a simple breakfast bar with stools just perfect for dining. And when the day is done there is a king size bedroom with views onto the gardens, there is also a shower room with shower and WC on the ground floor. Why not take breakfast outside, the French doors open onto the garden with table and chairs. There is allocated parking for two cars.

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Ludlow, Shropshire, Heart of England

Barn in Shropshire From £2691 Availability

A stylish and elegant converted barn with a striking interior creating the perfect backdrop for any social occasion whatever the time of year. This is the perfect base for enjoying the festivals and events that the nearby, and beautiful, historic town of Ludlow offers. The barns are in an excellent location for relaxing with friends deep in the South Shropshire countryside. Ludlow is a thriving market town, boasting nearly five hundred listed buildings, with the original medieval street layout surviving almost unchanged. Situated on a cliff above the River Teme, it's best known for its September Food and Drink Festival and has a strong reputation for providing excellent local fayre year round. Walkers will enjoy trails from the door of barns, with twelve acres of farmland surrounding the barn to enjoy, and the Clee Hill and child friendly Mortimer Forest within easy reach. The barn is cleverly divided in to two halves making it perfect for both partying and privacy. Step through the main barn door into a large open plan entertaining space with wood burner, comfortable seating, plus a large dining table and stylish kitchen, as featured in Nigella Lawson's Christmas special 2018 and Elle Decoration, with electric range oven and gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and breakfast bar. There are four bedrooms in this part of the property, a super king size bedroom (which can be made into a twin bedroom by request at time of booking) on the ground floor, shower room with WC and utility area. Upstairs you will find a master bedroom with a super king size bed and en suite bathroom with a shower over the bath, and WC. A further super king size bedroom (which can be made into a twin bedroom by request at time of booking) and a children s bunk bedroom with additional single bed. There is a further family bathroom upstairs with rainforest style shower and WC. In the second half of the barn, step in to an open plan lounge/diner/kitchen with wood burner. There are two bedrooms in this part of the barn, a super king size downstairs bedroom with neighbouring bathroom with shower and WC, upstairs is an en suite super king size bedroom with rainforest style shower and WC, both of these bedrooms can be made into a twin bedroom on request at time of booking for ultimate flexibility. Outside there is a large undercover outdoor kitchen area with fire pit and BBQ and perfect for soaking up the view on a balmy summer's evening. There is an additional entertainment barn with traditional bar finish, wood burner and darts board as used by Nigella. The barn is set within 12 beautiful acres of farmland which guests are invited to enjoy.