Broome Farm Cottages – St. Vincent in Broome Chatwall is located near Church Stretton and offers a stunning place to stay in Shropshire with easy access to Shrewsbury for families or groups of friends.
The cottage has extensive gardens, a children’s play area and is beautifully decorated throughout.
Dine together at the modern dining table and enjoy good conversation in the cosy living room with wood burner and beamed ceiling.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Broome Farme Cottages
Broome Farm Cottages – St. Vincent comfortably sleeps six people and a pooch travelling with them.
The cottage has three bedrooms, one double with en-suite, and two twin bedrooms and a house shower room.
Enjoy breakfast in the kitchen/diner and dinner at the separate dining table or head outside to the patio which has breath-taking views over the Shropshire countryside surrounding the cottage.
A welcome pack for you and your dog is available on arrival.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Chatwall, Church Stretton
The historic market town of Church Stretton, the only Shropshire town to be located in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is known locally as Little Switzerland thanks to its similarities with the hills and mountain regions of Switzerland. The area is fantastic for walks, hiking and cycling.
The town’s market is held every Thursday or for a unique momento of your stay make a purchase in the town’s antique and independently-run shops which are a treasure trove of individual discoveries.
The National Trust site at Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd is a wildlife-rich heathland with walks, cycling and even stargazing. See the Milky Way with the naked eye or go bird-watching on the roof terrace where you will see rare seasonal birds if luck is with you that day.
Less than thirty minutes from the cottage is the best-preserved fortified medieval manor house in England. Stokesay Castle, built in the 13th century by one of the richest men at the time, Laurence of Ludlow, maintains its original medieval features. There are events throughout the year, a tea room with fantastic Shropshire countryside views and a 17th-century gatehouse and a fairy-tale tower to climb for even better views of the land around.
The ruins of a bathhouse and streets at Wroxeter, known in Roman times as Viriconium, give an insight into what life was like in Roman Britain’s fourth largest Roman settlement. See the market hall and central forum which was where rents, taxes and magistrates courts took place.
Visit the Roman townhouse, reconstructed using materials and tools available at the time for an up close and personal view of what domestic life was like in a Roman villa. Look out for the Old Work, a 7 metre high wall, which is the largest free-standing Roman wall in the United Kingdom with its original scaffolding holes still in plain view and see the tiles of its original mosaic flooring.
Broome Farm Cottages – St. Vincent in Broome Chatwall is perfect for families who want to enjoy fresh air, a cosy cottage and a holiday with Roman and medieval history on the doorstep.
Once you’ve stocked up the fridge, you don’t even need to leave the cottage if you don’t want to thanks to its fantastic garden, perfect for your dog to run in and the children’s play area for burning off that extra energy whilst you watch from the patio area.
Visit ´Little Switzerland’ at Church Stretton for antique shopping and get wrapped up well for a spot of stargazing on an autumn or winter’s evening at Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd. Learn about local history at Stokesay Castle or Britain’s Roman history at Wroxeter or enjoy coffee and cake in Shrewsbury’s pretty Tudor town centre.
Broome Farme Cottages
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