Craven Arms 2.8 miles.
Found within the grounds of a 2000-acre country estate, backed by the rolling Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is The Park.
The Park is a converted barn dwelling, designed to offer outstanding holiday accommodation for large groups of families and friends to this wonderful part of the countryside.
Step into the characterful barn and be welcomed into the kitchen, enjoying a contemporary design and everything you could possibly need to cater for yourself.
Make use of the double electric oven, gas hob and microwave to cook up a storm before relishing in some much needed catch-up time with your loved ones, as you tuck into your dish and toast to a superb break in Shropshire.
Head into the spacious sitting room to unwind of an evening, where a plush seating arrangement rests around the TV, so that you can tune into a family favourite film before you head to bed.
Once the evening has ended, catch your rest within one of the six bedrooms, boasting an elegant interior design and their own en-suites.
All the bedrooms are south facing, so that you can look forward to stunning views each morning and have been designed to ensure a flexible sleeping arrangement to suit the needs of any group.
Continuing to impress, the property comes with a large garden area, where you can rustle up something on the barbecue before soaking up the sun on the spacious lawn.
The Park also has shared access to a tennis court and an indoor heated swimming pool, which you can book to use exclusively for your party.
For your amenities, head into nearby Craven Arms, where you will find a supermarket, a couple of continence stores and takeaways, or venture the village of Wistanstow, home to The Wood Brewery, where there is a pub attached, so that you can sample the local beer.
The market town of Ludlow is also nearby, where you will find a larger selection of shops as well as a superb selection of restaurants, which has given the town its foodie reputation.
Immerse yourself in your surroundings further by walking upon the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, boasting a varied and special landscape, which is rich in geology and wildlife.
Be sure to explore the Long Mynd and Caradoc Hills, which are renowned for their scenic walks and Church Stretton with its excellent golf course.
Other places to visit whilst staying here include historic towns of Bishop's Castle and Shrewsbury.
Secure your stay at The Park and look forward to the adventure.
Please note that image numbers 10 and 19 show The Shooting Lodge - a fabulous communal room which, subject to availability can be booked at an additional cost.