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The Dairy Countryside Cottage in Leighton, Shropshire

264
  • £
  • $
per week
sleeps 2
1 room
1 bathroom

The Dairy Countryside Cottage description

Holiday home
This delightful, brick-built semi-detached barn conversion has been thoughtfully renovated to provide a romantic retreat for two people that is both characterful and comfortable. The accommodation is all on ground level and the living space is open plan. The cosy lounge area has a log effect electric stove and makes the room an inviting space, whilst the modern kitchen is well equipped and has a charming dining area. The tastefully decorated bedroom is spacious and elegant and has the advantage of an en-suite shower room. Outside the property is a small courtyard to the front with furniture and views across to the Long Mountain. With some of the original beams and exposed stonework still in place, this is a beautiful property from which to enjoy this wonderful area.

Area
The village of Leighton goes back many centuries and is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1087. It is only four miles from the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, home of the world's first bridge to be constructed of iron, built between 1777 and 1779. The Ironbridge Gorge is situated in a beautiful wooded valley and the village of Leighton is home to a variety of public houses, restaurants, tea-rooms and shops, and a collection of separately themed locations make up the Ironbridge Museums. The National Trust Properties of Attingham Hall and Park are close by as well as the fascinating Wroxeter Roman City and Vineyard. With a wealth of historical attractions and a host of outdoor pursuits, this area has a lot to offer visitors at any time of year.

Region
A E Houseman once wrote that Shropshire was "the quietest place under the sun" and today the county remains something of a rural idyll, recognised as one of the least crowded and most peaceful regions in England.

Amenities
Wall mounted (instant heat) electric convector heaters plus electric stove in sitting area. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine & tumble dryer in adjoining utility shed, flat screen TV, WiFi. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for one car. Bike storage. Small front courtyard with furniture and views towards the Long Mountain. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 3 miles. Pub 3.5 miles drive or 20 mins walk by footpath. Note: Babes-in-arms only. Note: Home baked farmhouse cake provided on arrival.

Amenities

  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Ground floor
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • On a farm
  • Rural location

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Reviews

Mrs Barnes
July 2015
Very friendly hosts. Hosts were there if needed. Quiet and remote cottage with lovely scenery and everything you could wish for in a holiday cottage.
Mr Reed
July 2016
The cottage was just right for two people and no expense had been spared to make it as comfortable as possible. There were very friendly owners who made us feel welcome. Thee was lots to see in the area and would definitely stay there again.
Mr Hunt
June 2016
A really lovely cottage and hosts.
Mrs Theobald
May 2015
The Dairy was a perfect place to stay. It had everything you needed to make use of and was very cosy. We had a very warm welcome from the owners. It was a really good base to see and do all the lovely local attractions. A week wasn't long enough!
Mr Barrett
October 2014
The cottage and location were 5 Star. Very tranquil- would like to return again in the Spring.
Mr Gibson
January 2014
The Dairy was perfect for the two of us. Just the right size and had everything we needed for our stay. The surrounding area is lovely, can't wait to see it again in the summer months. The owner was very helpful and accommodating and considering it was a working farm there was no disturbance from the daily activities.
Mr Agarwal
October 2013
The area was fantastic and very peaceful. We absolutely loved the area, and there was a lot to see and do. There was nothing not to like about our holiday.
Ms Walker
August 2013
The setting was beautiful, and could not have picked a better location to tour the area. The barn conversion was extremely well done and deceptively spacious.
Mrs Grant
October 2012
Lovely area and cottage. Peaceful. Nice walks. Interesting things to do for all family.
Mr Jackson
November 2012
A very quiet, out of the way place. A good chill-out break.
Mr Brisley
October 2011
I particularly liked the environment on a working farm. The cottage was very comfortable and the owners were very pleasant, we hope to return next year.
Mr Perkins
June 2013
A quiet location with splendid views and a lovely area to explore. The owners of the property were extremely friendly and helpful.
Mrs Loker
June 2011
The friendliness of owners very helpful and lovely scenery.
Mr Foulds
May 2011
Proximity to Iron Gorge, the museums and also other places of interest including National Trust and English Heritage properties.
Pip and Dave
March 2014
We stayed here in late January for 10 days as we had to be in the area for family and did not fancy the time in a hotel (or the cost). We followed the directions from the website to the letter and found the farm straight away and were greated by Derek and Molly the Collie. The cottage was all ready for us and warm and we had a lovely homemade cake awaiting our arrival. All the utensils required were in the kitchen and the on site laundry facility proved so useful too. The area is central to not only the ironbridge gorge museums but also the shopping areas of Telford and Shrewsbury a little further away. The Wrekinis a short drive away for walking and the lanes are relatively quiet too. All I all we wiould highly recommend the dairy
Mr Doherty
April 2011
The excellent standard of the cottage; it was all we expected and more. We had a perfect week.
Mr Annand
July 2011
The cottage was ideally situated for us and very peaceful. The owner made us feel very welcome when we arrived. I would thoroughly recommend The Dairy to others.
Mr Mrs Ball
October 2011
The area was peaceful and had some great walks nearby. The cottage was of a very good standard and the owner was very friendly and helpful.
Ashton
February 2012
Peaceful property in an excellent location. Friendly owner and the cottage was very nice with just the right facilities for two.
Mr Partridge
May 2010
Nice comfortable little place. Enjoyed our stay.
Mrs Hockin
October 2010
The cottage was really cosy and lovely to return to at the end of the day. Also the cottage was ideally positioned to explore all of Shropshire.
Mr Watson
February 2010
The peace and quiet!
Guest
August 2011
very nice and quiet place to stay owners very kind and helpfull
Guest
September 2011
Accommodation was excellant and a warm welcome from the owners. Cottage was ideally situated for Ironbridge and it's museums and also Ludlow and Shrewsbury. Would certainly recommend The Dairy cottage.
R Rolfe
December 2012
Finding this place was the only initial problem, but it was worth it. Very close to Ironbridge gorge museums. Very friendly owners.
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