Mill Stream Cottage sleeps two guests and is nicely tucked away in a secluded Shropshire valley within an AONB near to the banks of the River Unk. Surrounded by rolling countryside and wooded hills, the cottage offers complete peace and quiet with only the sound of the birdsong and the river to interrupt you.
The cottage is just three miles from Clun, a pretty riverside village with ancient castle ruins. Whether you are seeking a place to recharge your batteries or want a welcoming base from which to explore this picturesque part of Central England with its multitude of attractions, Mill Stream Cottage provides a cosy retreat of immense character and charm.
Formerly a working corn-mill, this delightful cottage dates as far back as the 17th Century. Beautifully converted and presented, it provide tasteful cosy accommodation that is ideal all year round and sympathetic to the age of the property.
Perfect for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, guests can access Offas Dyke path by foot from the cottage with The Long Mynd and Stiperstones also easily accessible by car. This picturesque part of the Welsh Marches has immense appeal with many castles and historic border towns to visit including medieval Ludlow (popular with foodies) with some five hundred plus listed buildings and superb restaurants including two Michelin star ones.
Gill Della Casa & Andrew Farmer joined Independent Cottages in September 2006
Outside: A trellis separates the private parking area from a large paved garden with shrub borders and table and chairs.
Notes: Short breaks available all year, minimum two nights. A clothes washing facility is available by arrangement (in advance) with the owner. The cottage can be booked on a bed and breakfast basis with breakfast served in the main house opposite the cottage (see the owners website for full details).
Star Rating: 4 Star
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