Apartment near Craven Arms, Craven Arms

Shropshire. Sleeps up to 4

This apartment is located in the town of Craven Arms once an important trading post thanks to its location on the Welsh/English border the town now boasts a handy supermarket as well as numerous take away restaurants. The town is also home to Stokesay Castle maintained by English Heritage it is said to be the finest example of a fortified Medieval manor house in Britain. Other places of note in the area which always prove to be popular with visitors include the towns of Ludlow Shrewsbury and Leominster and the picturesque Elan Valley. Opening the front door to this ground-floor apartment guests will find the hall a useful place to leave coats and boots etc before making their way into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner a homely space with a cosy sofa and chairs from which to relax and enjoy the TV and DVD. The dining table in the middle of the room comfortably seats four beyond which the kitchen area offers an oven hob microwave and fridge/freezer. (Use of the owner s washing machine is available on request if needed). The property s two bedrooms are accessed off the main living space the first of which is a double room which benefits from patio doors allowing guests direct access to the garden. The second bedroom is a pleasant and relaxing twin room. The property s bathroom has a bath and WC. Outside there is an enclosed garden to the rear of the property partially set to lawn with a patioed seating area with a garden table and chairs and bench. Additionally a BBQ and chimenea can be provided on request. There is off-road parking available.

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