Barn at Cullis Croft
This delightful barn is nestled on the side of a hill and sitting directly upon the historic Mortimer Trail. Spectacular, panoramic views greet you from all sides of the property, with acres of ancient woodland and many lovely walks to enjoy. This light and airy accommodation with master bedroom, second bedroom with a fully sprung sofa bed, family bathroom and en-suite, is ideal for couples wishing to take advantage of this beautiful, peaceful spot.
The barn is conveniently located on the border of Shropshire and Herefordshire making it easy to reach attractions both counties have to offer. The historic town of Ludlow is only five miles away, with its many fine eating places and various food festivals. The property itself is within walking distance (1.5 miles) of the village and it’s two lovely pubs. The black and white village trail is accessible, leading you through many beautiful villages, such as Pembridge and Weobley. A must for book lovers is beautiful Hay-on-Wye, host to the annual literary festival, only 40 minutes away by car.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
Master bedroom with double bed.
Occasional second bedroom with a fully sprung sofa bed.
Family bathroom and en-suite shower room.
Outside seating area.
Designated parking for one vehicle.
Baby in his/her own moses basket welcome under six months of age.
Children over 7 years are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Minimum stay of three nights.
Open plan living.
Within walking distance (1.5 miles) of the village and it’s two lovely pubs.
Wood burning stove.
Electric oven and hob, multi-function microwave and fridge with small freezer compartment.
Dishwasher and washer/dryer.
Television with Freeview, DVD player and DAB radio.
Attractions and nearby amenities
The stunning Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty can be reached in less than 30 minutes by car and are a definite must visit place for anyone wishing to enjoy the beauty of rolling hills, river valleys, woodlands and its rich variety of bird and wildlife.
Ludlow boasts a busy calendar of festivals and concerts throughout the year. Of particular note are the Ludlow Food and Drink Festival, the Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre and the Hay Festival.
The fine Georgian town of Ludlow is only a 15-minute drive away and is one of the gastro capitals of England with award winning Michelin restaurants, secluded gastro-pubs, a historic market square and famous castle ruins.
Visit the medieval ruins of Ludlow Castle a 15-minute drive, or Stokesay Castle, a beautiful 13th century Manor House and moat.
Enjoy a round of golf at Ludlow Golf Course formed in 1889 is the oldest course in Shropshire.
Explore the National Trust properties of Berrington Hall and Avebury.
Visit Tenbury Wells, an attractive riverside spa and market town in the Teme Valley.