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Shepherds Cottage at Eudon Burnell Farm Cottages, Bridgnorth, Shropshire

Shepherds Cottage at Eudon Burnell Farm Cottages
Glazeley
Bridgnorth
Shropshire

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Boasting an enticing rural setting and glorious countryside views, these charming Victorian farm cottages feature comfortable accommodation, fine original features, period furniture and cosy log fires. Their tranquil location makes them ideal for year round relaxing breaks, with opportunities for wonderful walking from the doorstep, and great cycle tracks nearby. Just 3 miles away, the delightful town of Bridgnorth offers a fine selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and trips on the Severn Valley Steam Railway. Much Wenlock (7 miles) is the quaint little town that inspired the modern Olympics and today houses a magnificent collection of Olympian artefacts in the local museum. Further afield, this lovely area provides numerous attractions including Ironbridge Gorge and its fascinating museums, the West Midlands Safari Park and the Black Country Museum. Food lovers will head to the specialist shops and superb restaurants in Ludlow (18 miles). Pub serving food 1 mile, shops in Bridgnorth.

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