Corn House offers luxury holiday lodges and log cabins for holiday rental. Popular with nature lovers, ramblers, equine enthusiasts or those who just enjoy relaxing in bucolic bliss, Plaish and nearby Cardington offers a quiet haven to get away from it all and enjoy a quintessentially English rural break. The larger market towns in the area offer an urban distraction for those who fancy a break from all that peace and quiet, while other attractions in the area include Severn Valley Steam Railway, Action Scott Historic Working Farm, Stokesay Castle and Ironbridge. Fans of the esoteric arts should note: Cardington was owned by the Knights Templar until 1308.
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Pet Friendly Lodges
There is no reason to leave your pets behind because at Corn House some lodge accommodation welcomes well behaved pets. Corn House understands that a family holiday means all the members of your family including your dog. You also get to save money as well as we all know that kenels can be pretty expensive. There is also plenty to do around Church Stretton for both you and your dog.
Enjoy a few hours in the games room at Corn House. When you book check out what games are available in the games room to make sure that your favourite games are available. The games room is an ideal way to spend a few hours what ever the weather.
Other facilities and features include:
Oil fired central heating, woodburner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, colour TV, DVD, stereo/CD, payphone etc. Fuel, power & starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Travel cot & highchair. Private patio with furniture, BBQ, shared lawn area leading to woodland walks, picnic area & conservation ponds. Two shared games rooms with pool table & table tennis. Local fishing & riding available. Well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Ample off road parking. Shop 7 miles, pubs 1.7 miles, Church Stretton train station 7 miles.
Popular with nature lovers, ramblers, equine enthusiasts or those who just enjoy relaxing in bucolic bliss, Plaish and nearby Cardington offers a quiet haven to get away from it all and enjoy a quintessentially English rural break. The larger market towns in the area offer an urban distraction for those who fancy a break from all that peace and quiet, while other attractions in the area include Severn Valley Steam Railway, Action Scott Historic Working Farm, Stokesay Castle and Ironbridge. Fans of the esoteric arts should note: Cardington was owned by the Knights Templar until 1308.
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Plaish Park Farm Cottages
Cardington 1.5 miles.Four very special conversions in an idyllic rural setting! Three of the cottages, Grade II listed barn conversions, are on the owners' 700 acre farm in the hamlet of Plaish near Cardington, with a fourth cottage, a quality stable conversion set just a few hundred yards from the farm. These quality Shropshire cottages are all full of character, with a host of features including woodburners, exposed beams and lovely views from the farm-based cottages. All guests have use of two games rooms and the owners' grounds, including a private 1.5 mile farm and woodland walk, conservation area with natural pools and picnic area, and an abundance of wildlife, plus the chance to feed the chickens, and enjoy pony rides (sorry, children only!). The owners offer stabling together with hacks and cross country jumps with access to the Jack Mytton Way. The cottages are perfect for a wedding reception or celebration; as well as sleeping 31, Plaish Park Farm Cottages can cater for parties up to 200 with the option of marquees in the gardens. Central to all of Shropshire's attractions, these quality Shropshire cottages are in an ideal location for a break at any time of the year!
One of three special listed barn conversions, on a 700 acre farm in Plaish near Cardington. Full of character, the barn has a woodburner, exposed beams and lovely views. Corn House is linked to Turnip House next door by a sound-proof interconnecting door - perfect for a family reunion or celebration. Access to two games rooms and conservation area in owners' grounds. A very special property, one of four superb Shropshire cottages. Note: This property can be booked with ref 1020, 1191 & 3591 to accommodate 31.
Over three floors.Four bedrooms: Lower ground floor four poster double with ensuite shower, basin, WC, 1 x kingsize double with ensuite shower, basin, WC, 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC. Basin & WC. Fitted oak kitchen with dining area. Utility room. Lower ground floor dining room & sitting room with woodburner and patio doors.
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