Bequia at Broome Farm Cottages in Chatwall, near Church Stretton is a former carthouse which has been renovated to an incredibly high standard and is full of character, from sloping ceilings to an impressive stone fireplace in the living room.
With three bedrooms the cottage comfortably sleeps four people and welcomes dogs.
Perfectly located for visits to Shrewsbury or Wroxeter or for walks with your canine friend in the surrounding countryside.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Bequia’s charm lies in its original features with a modern finish.
The cottage has a contemporary kitchen and dining areas. The comfortable living room centres around the stone fireplace with wood burner stove for cooler evenings and the cottage has three comfortable bedrooms, one double and two single with sloping ceilings.
The house bathroom has a freestanding bath with shower head. Enjoy breakfast on the terrace overlooking the garden.
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Things To Do in Broome Chatwall
Bequia offers a peaceful, remote stay for those looking for peace and quiet whilst on holiday. The cottage is situated near Church Stretton, the only market town in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Church Stretton is also known as Little Switzerland given its areas of natural beauty and similarities to the hills and mountains of Switzerland. Long Mynd is a very popular walking route in the area and is ideal for a long walk in the fresh air with your dog, spotting local wildlife in the heathland of the area.
Set off early to avoid the crowds as it does get busy. Church Stretton’s market is held every Thursday and is the perfect place to pick up fresh food or unique gifts from your stay.
In the heart of the town of Ludlow you will find Ludlow Castle, a medieval castle whose construction began around 1085. With additions to its construction over the centuries, it is now a mix of Norman, Medieval and Tudor construction and is a popular place for visitors to learn about its history and role in the development of the town of Ludlow.
The town itself offers a fantastic day out, with some excellent restaurants, many of which are mentioned in the Michelin and AA good food guides to choose from for lunch or dinner.
Ludlow is also excellent for shopping with lots of traditional family businesses in the town as well as an open-air market which takes place three times a week all year round and a flea and craft market on Sundays.
Nearby Wroxeter was once Roman Britain’s fourth largest settlement and today offers a fascinating insight into life in the town with a wealth of Roman artefacts and constructions to visit.
See the ruins of a Roman bathhouse, learn about life in a Roman townhouse which has been reconstructed using materials and tools available in the Roman era, and marvel at the Old Work, a 7 metre high freestanding Roman wall, the oldest on British soil.
Bequia at Broome Farm Cottages in Chatwall maintains its quirky original features and combines them with high-quality contemporary furnishings.
The stunning views out across the Shropshire countryside are a treat to wake up to as is looking forward to dining in style on an evening in the cottage’s dining room before relaxing in the living room with its original oak-beamed ceilings and church-style wooden doors.
Turn down the lights on an evening and leave the curtains open to look for stars above the darkened countryside through the living room’s patio doors with your pooch snoozing on the sofa.
Bequia offers an incredibly peaceful stay away from city life yet it is brilliantly located for walks in the local area.
It is an excellent choice for those who want to explore the Roman town of Wroxeter, to dine in style in Ludlow or to imagine knights on guard at Ludlow Castle walls.
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