Property code: 74982
Located on the edge of Kinnerley village, in a peaceful location, near Oswestry with lots of interesting places within easy reach, including castles, country houses gardens, steam trains, horse drawn canal trips, theatre and music events. Visit Oswestry for some boutique shopping and enjoy the culinary delights from the farmers market and local eateries. Discover the history of Oswestry on the town trail and visit the hill top Iron Age fort, great for walking or try one of the many cycling trails including National Trail Offa’s Dyke and Tanat Valley. Visit medieval Shrewsbury, Welshpool with its steam trains, Ellesmere and its lake or take a horse drawn canal ride in Llangollen. There is lot’s to see and do for everyone all year round.
Arriving at this beautiful lodge you will enter the hallway with a utility room on your left with washer/dryer and space for coats and shoes. Continue down the hall to the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, with lovely views from the picture windows. The kitchen area is well-equipped with electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and all the thoughtful little extras alongside. Enjoy your meal around the dining table or open the French doors to enjoy the views. After dinner relax in the lounge area on the luxurious velvet sofas with a good book, watch a film on the Smart TV/DVD or listen to music & plan your next day’s adventures. After a busy day enjoy a good night’s sleep in one of the four bedrooms, a king-size with TV, en-suite shower room and WC and doors to the veranda, two further king-size bedrooms with TVs and en-suite shower rooms and WC or the twin zip-and-link bedroom (which can be made up as a super-king-size on request) with a TV and Jack and Jill bathroom with shower over bath and WC, which is also accessed from the hallway.
Venturing outside you will find a table, chairs and a George Foreman electric grill/barbecue all set under the veranda for those that prefer shade or enjoy the large lawn area, a perfect spot to relax and enjoy al fresco dining. Unwind in the hot tub from sunrise to sunset and embrace the views towards the Shropshire countryside. There are three acres of private grounds to explore with a full-size tennis court and separate children’s’ play area. There are four private off-road parking spaces next to the property, and if you are bringing your bike you can use the lockable rack in the garden.