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A bedroom fit for a king with garden views
Simply finished with soft furnishing
Stylish barn with open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
French doors opening onto the gardens
A cosy lounge area with wood burner
Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
A contemporary kitchen
A breakfast bar just perfect for two
View towards the bedroomwith steps leading up
A shower room with character
A garden with open aspect views of the surrounding countryside
View towards the semi detached barn
The rear of the semi detached barn
1 / 13  A bedroom fit for a king with garden views
2 / 13  Simply finished with soft furnishing
3 / 13  Stylish barn with open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
4 / 13  French doors opening onto the gardens
5 / 13  A cosy lounge area with wood burner
6 / 13  Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
7 / 13  A contemporary kitchen
8 / 13  A breakfast bar just perfect for two
9 / 13  View towards the bedroomwith steps leading up
10 / 13  A shower room with character
11 / 13  A garden with open aspect views of the surrounding countryside
12 / 13  View towards the semi detached barn
12 / 13  View towards the semi detached barn
13 / 13  The rear of the semi detached barn

Bramley Barn,

Ludlow (9mls NW), Shropshire
people Sleeps 2
hotel Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Romantic
Rustic
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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Nestled within the peaceful hamlet of Abcott and set in the grounds of a listed manor house, this beautifully restored red brick barn is the perfect romantic hideaway. The elegant, single-storey accommodation sleeps two and enjoys far-reaching views to the stunning backdrop of Long Mynd beyond an orchard of mature fruit trees. Soak up the sights of the rolling hills and panoramic scenery whilst making breakfast, warming by the fire or enjoying a cosy lie-in.

The building is steeped in history and the sympathetic and contemporary conversion retains many authentic features, such as a large front doorway. Open it wide and enter a stylish, yet simultaneously charming world of open plan living where everything you need is within easy reach.

The neutral décor showcases stripped wooden miscellanies from the original structure, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, red brick detail and gorgeous white-washed stone walls. The spacious living area cleverly incorporates a streamlined kitchen with a breakfast bar and an inviting lounge area with a wood-burner to snuggle around on colder nights. It is the perfect place to relax following a day exploring the local sights. Stoke up the wood burner, make a brew and curl up with a book or enjoy a film on the TV. French doors frame the view. Fling them wide and enjoy the sparkling sunshine in the warmer months too.

For a simple supper the breakfast bar is just perfect for two and the kitchen is well-equipped with an electric oven and induction hob, a handy microwave, toaster, a fridge with an ice compartment (champagne anyone?) a dishwasher and a washing-machine for the inevitable muddy clothes following your outdoor adventures.

When the day is done take a few steps up to where you will find a Victorian style king-size bed and another set of French doors looking onto the gardens and beyond. The adjacent shower room is large with exposed brickwork, a walk-in rainforest shower, a handy Scandinavian-type ladder shelving unit and a delightful vintage-style toilet.

Both sets of French doors open onto an enclosed garden which is the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea or talk to neighbouring the sheep. There is also allocated parking for two cars.

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EXPLORING: The Southern Shropshire countryside has a lot to offer enthusiastic walkers with simple access to the Shropshire Way, Herefordshire Way and Offa’s Dyke Path that follows the Welsh/English border.

OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: For keen cyclists this wild and rugged area boasts some of the best mountain biking trails in the country.

CULTURE & CASTLES: Foodies and historians alike will not be disappointed with the wealth of towns and farmers markets to enjoy. Montgomery, Bishops Castle, Ludlow and Leominster are 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 and Stokesay Castle.

ON THE WILD SIDE: The wonderful landscape in this area provides a haven for many a bird and beast. Wile away the hours bird watching and experiencing close encounters with nature right on your doorstep.

UPON ARRIVAL: The cottage is yours from 4pm, but if you arrive early there is a pub and shop only three miles away where you can stock up on supplies and get to know the locals.

SLEEPS 2: The bedroom is light and airy and boasts a king-size bed with fresh linen. You can admire the view from the comfort of your bed through the lovely French doors.

KEEPING CLEAN: There is rain forest shower, vintage-style WC, hand-basin, dishwasher and washing machine. Towels are provided.

Photos

A bedroom fit for a king with garden views
Simply finished with soft furnishing
Stylish barn with open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner
French doors opening onto the gardens
A cosy lounge area with wood burner
Snuggle up in front of the wood burner
A contemporary kitchen
A breakfast bar just perfect for two
View towards the bedroomwith steps leading up
A shower room with character
A garden with open aspect views of the surrounding countryside
Show 1 moreView towards the semi detached barn

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

David, 8th March 2019

Excellent cottage, clean, quiet, warm, comfortable, good shower and a comfortable bed. What more can you ask? This is a very nice place to stay, we use self catering accomodation regularly and, being a nit picker, we can usually think of something to improve. Not this time though, everything was spot on and it's obvious the owners have thought it tRead morehrough properly. Hide

John, 7th September 2018

Thus was a beautifully designed barn conversion, with some elements of the 'barn' still in place (e.g. some oak beams in some walls and a lovely 'barn door' in the bathroom. It was very comfortable with everything needed for a our stay. The views from the French were lovel, and it was very quiet. The owners were pleasant and helpful. I would recommRead moreend this property highly. Hide

Catherine, 11th August 2018

Lovely, well - equipped cottage, with stunning views. Friendly and thoughtful owners. We really enjoyed the welcome pack. A great place to return after a days sight seeing, walking or cycling. We would strongly recommend this property.

Samantha, 15th June 2018

A lovely cottage in peaceful rural surroundings, with fabulous views of the rolling countryside. The cottage is very well appointed, the owners have thought of everything, right down to the welcome pack of milk, bread, eggs etc. (all local produce). Bramley Cottage has a real home from home feel, after a full day of sightseeing it was a great placeRead more to get back to and put your feet up with a glass of wine and enjoy the views. We very much look forward to returning. Hide

Rachel, 30th March 2018

The cottage is delightfully comfortable and as we were both unwell during our trip , this meant a great deal to us. It is very well equipped -we were short of nothing we wanted and a few thoughtful extras were provided. The hosts were very amenable and approachable.

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WHERE TO FIND IT

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