Awake to the sound of birdsong and lambs in the summer. Relax on a winter's night in front of a cosy log fire in a sitting room designated for your use. Enjoy views across fields to the South Shropshire Hills. Higher Netley is a hamlet of 4 homes, off the beaten track, and yet only a mile from the A49.
What better than sitting in the garden amongst the smell of roses, whilst sipping a glass of Award winning Tanners Wines.
The garden is small but well stocked with flowers and vegetables and a refreshing place to sit after a day traveling.The garden is set amongst farmland, where you will see throughout the seasons, lambs, cows, cygnets, ducks and a variety of wild birds. In the winter we go sledging in the fields and pond dipping in the nearby brook.
There are many places to visit within a half hour car journey; specifically:
•World Heritage Site - Ironbridge Gorge Museum - newly refurbished Victorian Town - 30 mins away
•Much Wenlock- mascot for the 2012 Olympic Games - 30 mins away
•Stokesay Castle - one of the rare fortified manor houses in the country - 20 mins away
•Medieval town of Shrewsbury - 15 mins away
•Historic town of Ludlow, including Castle - 30 mins away
•Micky Miller's Barn - a great indoor activity for kids of all ages - 20 mins away
•Secret Hills - fascinating interactive displays on the unique geology of the South Shropshire Hills - brilliant for all ages - 20 mins away
•Cosford RAF Museum 30-40 mins away
•Hill walking with spectacular views, Long Mynd, Stiperstones, Lawley and Caradoc - on the doorstep
•Why not hop on a train at Church Stretton, where there is free parking; which will take you directly Shrewsbury, Ludlow (Castle and food), Hereford (Cathedral, Mappa Mundi, and market town), Leominster(Priory and Antique markets) or even Cardiff?
•Severn Valley Railway – Bridgnorth – 40 mins also Bridgnorth Cliff Railway
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