A bolthole with stunning views, the Summer House at Woodgate Cottage in Brown Heath is perfect for a couple and their canine friend to explore Shrewsbury and the Shropshire countryside.
The cottage is modern and designed with comfort in mind, from the cosy living room to the covered veranda for breakfast together with views of the garden and visits by local wildlife and birds.
Perfect for a relaxing break away from everyday life.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About The Summer House
The Summer House at Woodgate Cottage is a wonderful lodge with a modern interior with traditional finishing touches.
The beamed bedroom has a comfortable king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. There is an additional house bathroom with a shower over the bath and a modern kitchen.
Relax in the living room or head out to the covered veranda to take in the fresh air or read your favourite novel to the sound of birdsong.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Brown Heath, Wem
The Tudor town of Shrewsbury is 13 miles from the lodge and has a wealth of things to do. Visit Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, housed in a former music hall, which was renovated and reopened in 2014.
Telling the story of life in Shropshire for over 750 years, there are displays detailing life in Tudor times, Roman tombstones and Victorian rooms. A walk or trip on the Sabrina boat on the River Severn is an absolute must in this town of higgledy-piggledy streets as is a visit to its Gothic cathedral, completed in 1856.
For fine produce head to the Shrewsbury’s market, a finalist in the Britain’s Favourite Market competition. The market is a favourite shopping destination for locals and has been winning the hearts and filling the bellies of Shropshire folk since 1965. From organic to local food, delicatessens, meat, fish, china and contemporary arts and crafts, a trip here is sure to tempt your taste buds. Shrewsbury’s restaurant scene is thriving with a dedicated sushi restaurant and vegan/vegetarian restaurant, some of the must-visit favourites with locals.
The market town of Oswestry, on the Shropshire border with Wales, is home to independent shops and the British Ironwork Centre & Shropshire Sculpture Park. The 60 acre site welcomes dogs on a lead and has fascinating displays by local artisans showing how they create their crafts and artwork. There are some fantastic metal sculptures on display at the park, from the Uri Geller Spoon Gorilla to the Knife Angel.
Sit under the maple tree at the Forge Café, the on-site café serving artisan coffee and local loose-leaf teas as well as sandwiches and amazing slices of cake. Fans of all thing locomotive will love a visit to the Cambrian Heritage Railway Museum. Located in a former goods depot dating back to the 1860s which was owned by the Cambrian Railways Company, the museum is free to enter and has fascinating exhibits of photographs, railway signs, lamps and station clocks.
From delightful countryside views to fascinating history in nearby towns, the Summer House at Woodgate Cottage in Brown Heath is an excellent choice for a couple and their pooch to relax with a good book, excellent conversation and locally-produced food.
The towns of Oswestry and Shrewsbury are fantastic for day trips by car or head over the border into Wales to Powis Castle to visit a Medieval Castle famous for its Italianate terraces, yew hedges, iron statues and manicured borders.
Keen walkers and their dog will enjoy the trails at Hawkstone Park Follies or simply don your walking boots and take a shorter stroll into the nearest village of Loppington, one mile away. Loppington has a shop, restaurant and the Dickin Arms pub, a dog-friendly stop off for home cooked food and a pint of local ale.
The Summer House
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