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Book this 1 bedroom house in Picklescott today! A total of 2 people can sleep here comfortably.
Guests can enjoy a internet access among other amenities offered by this rental.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 18 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $328 to as high as $535, depending on travel dates.
The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 23, 2017.
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- 23 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Picklescott Attractions
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
Phone / Internet
- Wireless Internet
- Smoking allowed
– based on 18 reviews
- Very Good
“Very rural, very peaceful and beautifully designed conversion.”
This was a last minute booking for us - we did not know the area at all. We were assured that it was a lovely location for walking and just relaxing. Completely accurate! In fact probably better than anticipated. The conversion of this old workshop has been done beautifully - real quality carpentry. The bedroom with huge exposed beams is something to behold! It is a very rural location which is great for the peace and quiet - but the lanes are very narrow and the first approach was a bit daunting but the directions were accurate - we just needed to trust them!! It was a pity that one of the local pubs had closed recently but another had reopened and the young couple running it deserve to do well. If you love the peace and quiet of the country this is for you!
“Peace and solitude”
Perfectly equipped and proportioned holiday let for two people. Tucked away in the middle of the Shropshire countryside it feels remote and isolated, but is only a short drive from a couple of villages with a choice of decent pubs nearby. Well placed for access to the Long Mynd, Stiperstones, and Wenlock Edge, it makes a good base for a walking holiday. If you are looking for some quiet down-time then this is the place to stay, but be prepared to wash your car at the end of the week - the local lanes get very muddy from the farm traffic!
We absolutely loved our stay here.We could not believe how peaceful the surroundings were.Just a short drive to Shrewsbury with a very handy Sainsburys.About 20 mins to Ludlow which really is lovely.The cottage had everything you could possibly need and the view out the windows and from the patio was amazing.The log fire made it so cozy on winter nights.Would definately stay here again if we return to Shropshire.
“I liked the old workshop very much”
It would be good idea if a night light was installed on the stair case as the toilet on thr ground floor for ssfety if you have to get in the night thank you Lawrence .
“Very peaceful lovely views and country walks”
The only down side was the two local pubs which were meant to be very good wer both closed :( but if you love walking and not afraid of the dark this is the place for you :)
“a well deserved break”
cottage was perfect, peaceful surroundings, an ideal spot to explore shropshire.
“Old Workshop review”
For those people who like remote quiet places then this location fits the bill. A 2 mile slow drive down a relatively quiet, single lane/track with twists & turns, blind corners, agricultural machinery, cows etc but the location is well worth the drive. There is a quieter route across country to Church Stretton which I do recommend. This area is great for those that like walking; too many to chose from. Owners of the Old Workshop were helpful & friendly.
“The Shropshire Retreat”
If you really want to unwind away from the city, this is the place to go. Surrounded by pure nature, it is the perfect place to relax. There is a lot to do just a few miles away. On our stay, we actually never left the Shropshire borders. The only thing that was a bit too exciting was the drive to the house. Be aware of oncoming farm traffic on the 2.5 miles single track to the house. But if you are trained in reversing around bends, this is not really a problem, just charming. My driver disagrees ;-) He did not like it.
This was the most wonderful cottage to stay for a holiday in the most beautiful of settings. Unfortunately my husband fell down the stairs during the night on our 3rd night which disrupted our plans somewhat as he sustained severe bruising to his back and shoulder. This has, however, not put us off from staying there again sometime in the future.
“Peace in Picklescot.”
Very nice cottage with a beautiful garden. Ideal for sitting out in during the evening after a long walk. Ideally placed for couples wanting a quiet holiday with access to plenty of walks. Cottage bedroom layout was exceptional. Just beware of the very narrow roads in the area, until you reach Church Stretton.