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An excellent modern oak kitchen, with a high ceiling with exposed beams, has all the appliances provided including large fridge/freezer, gas hob/oven, washing machine and microwave. The kitchen has an attractive slate tiled floor. The lounge, which has exposed beams, is tastefully furnished and has a wood burner, TV, DVD and stereo. It affords excellent views and has a patio BBQ/sitting area for guests to relax over a glass of wine. The bedroom has a king sized double bed and is furnished to a high standard. The bathroom/wet room is fully tiled and has an open shower area. The cottage has central heating throughout. The cottage is for adults and non-smokers only. We regret we cannot accept pets.
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The Woodshed Information
This stone built cottage is situated a mile from the centre of Much Wenlock in the grounds of the owners small holding. It offers guests seclusion combined with stunning views of the Wrekin and the outstanding beauty of the Shropshire countryside. The Woodshed is a tastefully designed one bedroomed conversion provides a high degree of comfort to relax and unwind in peaceful surroundings. Our 4 star self-catering holiday cottage is situated just on the outskirts of the small country town of Much Wenlock, Shropshire (birthplace of the modern Olympic Games). Much Wenlock is the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games who's founding father was Dr.William Penny Brookes, Much Wenlock is steeped in history boasting amongst other things its own abbey dating back to AD 680. It sports some fine eating and drinking places as well as an award winning butcher. Much Wenlock also has many local walks for you to work off your meal afterwards! Other places of interest nearby include Ironbridge, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury and Ludlow
|Check in:||15:00 till 20:00|
|Child Policy:||Adults only|
|Smoking Policy:||No smoking|
Road from Much Wenlock (1.0 miles)From Much Wenlock take the A4169 towards Ironbridge and Telford. The Woodshed is approximately one mile from Much Wenlock, taking the first left onto Sheinton Road after the turning for Homer. Sheinton Road is signposted to Sheinton and Cressage. The Woodshed is situated on Gleedon Hill Farm, which is the first residence on the right.