The Barn at Lower Beach
Linley, Bishops Castle, Shropshire
The Barn at Lower Beach is a lovely self catering timber clad barn for two people at Linley, near Bishops Castle in Shropshire.
Accommodation for 2 peopleThe apartment is very comfortably furnished and heated with a wood burning stove and electric radiators. The fully equipped kitchen has a dishwasher, fridge, microwave, split level oven and hob. There is a TV, DVD player and broadband WiFi and a washing machine. The separate bedroom has a 5 foot double bed which can be split into 2 single beds. All linen and towels are provided. There are electric wall radiators in both the rooms and the bathroom has a heated towel rail. The view over the surrounding countryside can be enjoyed from garden chairs taken out into the recently planted orchard beside the Barn. The Barn is but a step away from the main house, Lower Beach. Parking after unloading, is in a parking area on the lane below the Barn.
The Barn is not suitable for anybody over 6 feet 5 inches! The steps up to the apartment and into the garden make it impossible for wheelchairs.
LocationThe Barn is right on the Welsh border making the peaceful seaside village of Aberdovey in the Snowdonia National Park just a 2 hour drive through beautiful country.
Closer to home The Barn lies only a short distance from the Stiperstones ridge to the north and west and to the Long Mynd in the east. One stretch of The Shropshire Way which follows the long avenue of ancient beeches climbing Linley Hill, is a short walk away and can be seen from the garden at Lower Beach.
Things to DoWalking and Cycling - The Barn is right on the Welsh border making the peaceful seaside village of Aberdovey in the Snowdonia National Park just a 2 hour drive through beautiful country. Closer to home The Barn lies only a short distance from the Stiperstones ridge to the north and west and to the Long Mynd in the east.
Castles, Houses and Gardens - Ludlow Castle began in the late 11th Century as the border stronghold of the Marcher Lord, Roger De Lacy. Stokesay Castle, at Craven Arms 7 miles North West of Ludlow off the A49, is not really a castle at all, it is the finest and best preserved 13th century fortified manor house in England dating back to 1281. Wollerton Old Hall is a charming 16th century plantsman’s garden. The garden has been designed and developed by Lesley and John Jenkins since 1984. The world famous garden at Powis Castle is overhung with clipped yews and shelters rare and tender plants.
Eating Out and In - The Crown at Wentnor is the nearest pub. In Bishops Castle The Three Tuns brew their own beer. Bishop’s Castle is a medieval town with a fascinating architectural mixture. It is still a rural market centre, with regular cattle and sheep auctions and a farmers’ market in the Town Hall. Close to home, The Checkers in Montgomery recently gained a Michelin star. Montgomery is a lovely Georgian town, with good independent shops including Montgomery Real Bread, Monty’s Brewery and a weekly market with a fish stall and good local vegetables. Ludlow was described by the Economist magazine as the food capital of England and it continues to have a range of good restaurants, including the Green Cafe which is situated down by the river Teme.
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Rates: From £250 to £350 per week depending on season.
Maximum of 2 people.
Children are welcome - probably not ideal for older children though.
Sorry, no pets.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Wireless Broadband Available
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The Barn at Lower Beach Website
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