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Barley Mow House
Aston Rogers
Westbury

Shrewsbury
Shropshire

SY5 9HQ | View map
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The perfect place to relax and get away from the pressures of modem day life, Barley Mow House stands in 2 acres of gardens and pastureland. We are 1/4 mile from the nearest main road in a quiet rural setting 10 miles west of Shrewsbury beside the Stiperstone Hills and the Long Mountain and close to the Welshborder.

Barley Mow House started life 400 years ago as a 17th Century farmhouse built from local stone with several outbuildings. A Malt House was added some 200 years later, along with the Georgian front, and served as a public house until 1991 when it was tumed into a beautíful private house.

There are three very different en-suite bedrooms, all very well finished with central heating, tea/coffee tray, colour television and hair-dryer. Iron and ironing board are available on request. Wi-fi is now available throughout the house and a DVD player is included. Transport can be made available, on request.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Red Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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