spacious kitchen area with exposed beams
king bed
Patio area with table, chairs and great views
living room with great views

Sleeps 8 - 10

The Old Shippon

The feeling of space hits you as soon as you walk into the large kitchen/diner area of The Old Shippon with open ceilings and original exposed beams, the well equipped kitchen has an electric double oven & hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and 50/50 fridge freezer. There are three steps down into the living room which has double doors leading out onto the patio & private enclosed garden area.  The view from the living room and garden is unspoilt and has often been referred to as a scene from a constable painting. A sofa bed and easy chairs are in the upstairs mezzanine area above the living room, an ideal place for a spot of bird watching.

The cottage is very well laid out for two families who, want to stay together, but also wish to have a bit of space to themselves, as two bedrooms and a bathroom are on one side of the holiday cottage and two bedrooms and a shower room are on the other side. A smart TV & DVD player are available in the living room as well as a selection of books, games & puzzles to enjoy.

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Key Features

  • 4 bedrooms (1 king, 1 double & 2 twin)
  • Upstairs mezzanine with sofa bed
  • Large fully fitted kitchen/diner
  • Spacious living room
  • Under floor heating
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private garden area
  • Ample off road parking
  • Fantastic views

testimonial quotes

"Another amazing stay everything you need and more. We will be back Thank you x"

Sandra, Molly & Betty

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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