Priory Cottage is an attractive listed building in the conservation area and dates back to the 16th century. It is in a lovely location on a country lane, the Bull Ring, which is very close to the ruins of Wenlock Priory. A short walk (less than 100 yards) leads to open country in one direction and to the shops, inns and restaurants in the other. The self-contained accommodation has been created from a wing of the house which included stables and a hay loft. It faces onto a walled garden, beyond that are old cottages and the church.
The comfortable accommodation sleeps 3/4, and retains many original features, with beamed ceilings, a large wood-burning stove and feature kitchen range. There are a variety of places to sit and relax and garden furniture is provided. There is off-street parking for two cars.
A car is not essential since there are buses to Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury. Maps and guide books are provided, and it is our hope that you will have a relaxing and refreshing stay. Many of our visitors return year after year and short breaks are available outside the main season.
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