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View towards the property
Pretty entrance hall to welcome you
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Complimentary slippers for your comfort
A cosy corner to enjoy a good book
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Pretty bedroom details
Bathroom
Family bathroom
Single bedroom
Meet the resident geese
Beautiful lake with fountain
Meet the owner's Clydesdale horses
Enjoy the lovely gardens
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The Hop Barn

Bewdley, Worcestershire
Visit Britain rating: 4 stars

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Sleeps 3
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 1
grade 4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Internet access
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Family friendly
Towels included
Cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Peaceful rural retreat in the grounds of a Victorian country house
  • Beautiful gardens with a large pond and a family of geese, plus 3/4 of a mile of river front
  • Situated in the spectacular rolling Shropshire hills, perfect location for walkers and cyclists
Property code: CC090

This cosy character cottage is completely unspoilt, a world away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life, offering a relaxing break away from it all in peace and tranquillity.

This property lies on the Shropshire and Worcestershire border with rolling hills in every direction with simply stunning panoramic views. The village itself remains unspoilt with a lovely church and a great local pub close to excellent walks in the Clee Hills and Wyre Forest. Less than a mile from the cottage on the River Rea, you will find some great fishing spots, riding stables and a golf course are only 3 miles away. Spend the day exploring the lovely ancient town of Ludlow, famous for its medieval architecture and food and drink festivals.The historic market town of Bridgenorth is well worth a visit boasting the oldest and steepest funicular railway in the country, ride to the top of the town for an amazing view, and with the famous World Heritage Site of Ironbridge close by you will never be short of inspiration.

Entering the large entrance hall, you will be greeted with a row of traditional coat hooks and a large basket of firewood. Along the hallway, climb a few steps to the living area, where you can snuggle up by the traditional wood burning stove on the comfy sofa and lose yourself in a good book or watch a movie. If you stay in for the evening, the other side of the open plan living area has a well-fitted kitchen, including an electric oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and wooden dining table, seating four. Stepping down a few steps you will find a double bedroom with a Emperor size bed (200cm x 200cm), and handmade wooden window shutters adding its charm. Further down the corridor you will find a single bedroom and a  bathroom with a shower over the bath, wash basin and WC.

Outside  you can enjoy a private seating area with BBQ and furniture within the owners beautifully landscaped garden in the grounds of this Victorian country  house. Here you will find plenty of outside furniture for you to relax on while taking in the wildlife including the family of geese that occupy the large pond. There is ¾ of a mile of river front, which can be used for fishing, or just to sit and watch the Buzzards and Red Kites. There are 22acres of paddocks which guests are free to wander around.

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  • 2 bedrooms - 1 Emperor Size Bed (200cm x 200cm), 1 single
  • 1 bathroom
  • Kitchen - electric oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Traditional wood burning stove with starter pack of logs included (extra logs can be purchased from the owner)
  • TV with some Freeview channels and DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Electric and oil central heating included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Private seating area with BBQ and garden furniture included
  •  There is ¾ of a mile of river front, which can be used for fishing, or just to sit and watch the Buzzards and Red Kites.
  • There is 22acres of paddocks which guests are free to wonder around.
  • Off road parking available. Please note Electric Car Charging is not permitted
  • Nearest shop is 3 miles away
  • Arrival: 17:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00 unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 1 dog allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week

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View towards the property
Pretty entrance hall to welcome you
Property features
Complimentary slippers for your comfort
A cosy corner to enjoy a good book
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Samantha Weatherstone

This property is personally managed by Samantha.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 21 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Elizabeth 25th November 2022

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Lovely cosy cottage surrounded by fantastic countryside. We really enjoyed our weekend here and would happily visit again!

Reviewed by Mark 9th September 2022

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A beautiful rustic hideaway close to lovely countryside and interesting towns. Superbly presented accommodation, lots of room and very comfortable. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by Rebecca 26th August 2022

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Reviewed by Mike 19th August 2022

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Reviewed by Trevor 12th August 2022

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Perfect hosts - very helpful, yet discreet. The cottage is lovely with many features, a good shower over the bath and is adjacent to their home. Much of the gardens are shared with a significant area of lawn available to guests. We had two days of heatwave and we simply relaxed in the garden in the shade of a tree with our dog and enjoyed the excelRead morelent views. Visited nearby Bewdley and the Museum coffee shop, Bridgenorth, Ludlow, Stratford and the Cotswold villages. Hide

Reviewed by Stephen 29th July 2022

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Reviewed by Tim 8th July 2022

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Beautiful area to visit, cottage is within easy reach of lots of walks. This cottage is actually situated directly in front of owners property so the garden that is on offer isn't actually private at all, but it is lovely.

Reviewed by Mike 24th June 2022

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The Hop Barn is comfortable, very well-equipped, beautifully situated: in short, a delightful place to stay. It's only 30 or so miles from Birmingham but feels very secluded and tranquil tucked away deep in the valley of the Rea. Despite the feeling of remoteness there is, in fact, easy access to the glorious countryside and many attractions of ShrRead moreopshire, Worcs and Herefordshire. All in all, a great place to stay, enhanced by the welcome provided by the owners. Thoroughly recommended. Hide

Reviewed by Hilary 3rd June 2022

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The Hop Barn is beautifully situated within the owners garden and the parking is very safe and convenient. We were comfortable in the whole property and the bed was not only huge but also had a beautifully comfortable mattress. The garden was spacious and lovely and the owners were very happy for us to explore and sit in the garden. Brigit and DaviRead mored were consistently helpful, friendly and Interested to hear where we had been! It was a lovely week in gorgeous countryside. Hide

Reviewed by Lynette 2nd May 2022

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A beautiful and very comfortable cottage - the location of The Hop Barn stunning - and with very friendly, extremely helpful owners, whose warm invitation to make most use of their lovely gardens and extensive grounds made it a lovely stay in every way. We certainly plan to return!

Reviewed by Mark 25th February 2022

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Very comfortable and quiet barn conversion finished to a high standard in beautiful part of the country. Absolutely massive and comfortable bed in main bedroom. Decent bathroom with quality towels.

Reviewed by John 26th November 2021

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It's a delightful homely getaway with helpful owners. The Hop Barn decor and lighting is attractive (very cute wooden window shutters) and the sofas and beds are comfy. The woodburner is easy to use and a cosy feature for a quiet wintry evening playing board games or lazing with Netflix on the smart TV. But bring a mallet or muffle for the over-entRead morehusiastic smoke alarm! There's scenic walking a-plenty and the village pub is very good: excellent local beer & cider, food and hospitality. Hide

Reviewed by Adrian 15th November 2021

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Quiet lovely location Stayed in November - warm with woodburner Need to take milk etc as there was no welcome pack apart from face masks, antiseptic spray and a packet of biscuits. Be prepared to bag up all the linen, towels etc and clean down all surfaces on leaving as part of the covid rules.

Reviewed by Terry 3rd September 2021

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Reviewed by Andrew 13th August 2021

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Enjoyable stay in this comfortable oak beamed barn convertion. Lovely local walks in this quiet village with good local pub. Caught a couple of brown trout in the river just a field away. Our granddaughter loved feeding the owners horses and having a riding lesson with Lucy who has stables up the hill. Many Thanks to David and Birgit.

Reviewed by Helen 16th July 2021

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The Hop Barn is set in beautiful countryside with a peaceful garden to relax in & enjoy the views of the surrounding fields. The hosts made us feel very welcome & were very helpful. Great location for exploring local walks & attractions like Wyre forest, Witley Court & Much Wenlock priory. Throughly enjoyed our holiday.

Reviewed by Susan 27th June 2021

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Reviewed by David 11th June 2021

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Beautiful cottage set in lovely gardens. Quiet relaxed area near a fantastic pub serving very good food.Excellent for visiting places such as ludlow and Bewdley. Highly recommended for resting reading walking.We loved it.

Reviewed by Wendy 21st May 2021

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The cottage is a barn conversion. One large main bedroom and a smaller single room. Open plan kitchen and lounge area. Good wi-fi. Everything we needed except I couldn't find any scissors in the kitchen - note. older people have difficulty opening packets of biscuits etc and scissors would be very handy. I enjoyed walking around the grounds and metRead more the resident ducks? geese? 2 girls and a boy I think. Also the horses and one of the two doggies. Hide

Reviewed by Basil 14th May 2021

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The Hop Barn was the perfect cottage for a relaxing and comfortable break. It was fully equipped, warm and spacious for three adults. The owners were welcoming, helpful and discreet. Beautiful country walks straight from the doorstep and many attractions are a short car journey away.

Reviewed by Sophia 7th May 2021

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Very cosy cottage in beautiful hamlet. Lovely view of churchyard and huge copper beech tree. Surrounded by tall trees with active rookery which we loved (though some people may not like because of noise). Owners very helpful and generous, allowing us to use their garden and extensive grounds for dog walks and to enjoy the views. All in all an idyllRead moreic place to stay. Hide

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LOCATION

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