Patio area with table & chairs and a great view over the fields

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Churn Cottage

Churn Cottage is a spacious two bedroom cottage which is completely on the ground floor level, making it ideal for those who are less able or small children. It is also is suitable for assisted wheelchair users – please see Churn Cottage’s access statement for full details. The kitchen/diner is well equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, 50/50 fridge/freezer, microwave, electric oven & hob. The wet room bathroom has a fantastic large walk-in shower area and a big shower head for a real luxurious feel, the underfloor heating and heated towel radiator give the room a lovely warm feel with no stepping out on to cold tiles. The bathroom also has a large wall-hung wash basin, modern non-slip tiles and grab rails where needed.

A TV & DVD player are available in the living room as well as a selection of books, games & puzzles to enjoy. Double doors lead you out of the living room onto a patio area which has table, chairs & charcoal BBQ, an enclosed garden area and a lovely view of the river and grassy fields where the farms cows & sheep graze.

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Key Features

  • 2 bedrooms (1 double & 1 twin)
  • All ground floor accommodation
  • Suitable for assisted wheelchair users
  • Under floor heating
  • Fully fitted kitchen/diner
  • Wet room (shower chair available)
  • Private garden & patio area
  • Wi-Fi (Wireless Internet)
  • Original exposed beams
  • Ample off road parking
  • Fantastic views

testimonial quotes

"Lovely cottage, ideal base for exploring local national trust places, hope to return."

Anthony & Michael

English Heritage

There are many English Heritage sites near to Sambrook Manor Holiday Cottages. Lilleshall Abbey and Haughmond Abbey are great places to take a picnic and soak up the story that they tell. Take a visit to Britain’s 4th largest Roman city at Wroxeter where an audio tour will give you a fascinating insight into the daily lives of the romans who once lived there. Boscobel House and the Royal Oak, King Charles II's famous hiding place along with Wenlock PrioryBuildwas Abbey and Acton Burnell Castle are all great places to visit.

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