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Summer (1st April - 30th September) 2023
£700 for 7/6 nights
£625 for 5 nights
£550 for 4 nights
£500 for 3 nights
£400 for 2/1 nights
Autumn/Winter (1st October - 22nd December) 2023
£550 for 7/6/5 nights
£400 for 4/3/2/1 nights
Lovely holiday home, sleeping up to 5 people, on the beautiful Powys/Shropshire border.
Melverley View has spacious and modern single storey accommodation. Ideally located being rural but not isolated with good access to both busy towns and peaceful walks.
One king size en-suite bedroom, one room that can either be a twin or a super king with family bathroom opposite and one single room with 4' bed (please note, there is no storage in this room, just a bed).
Fabulous large kitchen with fridge freezer, oven, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Spacious sitting room with tv, dvd library and WIFI. Private garden with lovely views to the rear. Off road parking for 3 cars. Lockable garage for sports equipment (bicycles, golf clubs etc). High chair, toddler toilet seat and adult toilet frame available on request. Central heating that is guest controlled, we do not limit heating or hot water times.
Many places (pubs, restaurants, tea rooms, farm shops) to eat close by if you would like a break from cooking!
Sorry, due to allergies no pets or smoking.
Please note we accept payment by bank transfer only. Simply Owners offer FREE payment protection.
*Stays of two weeks or longer have 10% discount*
Term time check in is 3pm and check out 9am. School holidays check in is 4pm and check out is 10am. We offer Friday-Friday, Monday-Friday or Friday-Monday bookings as standard but we are flexible so if you would like something different we may be able to accommodate this for you so please ask.
AN INTRODUCTION TO OUR FABULOUS LOCAL AREA
Melverley View is located on the beautiful Shropshire/Powys borders.
Located almost equally between the three market towns of Shrewsbury, Welshpool and Oswestry there is always something to explore see or do. Montgomery is also worth exploring with a small handful of independent shops. If you are looking for somewhere busier, try Chester with its many shops and vibrant atmosphere.
Head into Shrewsbury and explore the winding streets, local cafes and relax in the quarry with its amazing flower displays. Take one of the many local walking tours, whether you enjoy history, ghost walks, heritage, famous people, Dickens, Darwin, architecture, WW1, Cadfael, medieval or just want to wander the shuts and passages there are tours to suit (including wheelchair suitable, shorter/slower tours for people wanting an easier option plus tours offered in both French and Italian). Cruise the Severn with Sabrina Boat Tours (try a theme night, live music or a daytime wander), explore on paddleboard or canoe hire for the more adventurous!
National Trust members are spoilt for choice with nearby properties of Attingham Park, Powis Castle, Chirk Castle, Erdigg, Sunnycroft, Benthall Hall, Morville Hall, Croft Castle, Berrington Hall and South Snowdonia.
Other attractions include Home Farm Attingham, Ludlow Castle, Park Hall Farm, The British Ironworks Centre, Lake Vyrnwy, Hoo Zoo, Chester Zoo, Oswestry Ironage Hill Fort, Wroxeter Roman City and Vinyard, Llangollen horse drawn canal trips, Welshpool Light Railway, Powysland Museum, Glansevern Hall Gardens, The Dingle Gardens, Hawkstone Park Follies, King Arthur's Labyrinth, Corris Craft Centre, Shrewsbury Prison Tours, Battlefield Falconry Centre, Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery, Shrewsbury Abbey, Lord Hill's Column, Shrewsbury Treasure Hunt, RAF Museum Cosford, David Austin Roses, Ironbridge and the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Blists Hill Victorian Town, The Old Market Hall Cinema, Whittington Castle, The Mere at Ellesmere and many more!
Looking for action and adventure? Cycle route 81 passes by our door, the Rainbow trails (SY21 0QD) have 100+ miles of marked routes for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, all off road. Nescliffe Hill, Rodney's Pillar (which can be walked from our door), beautiful walks alongside the canal, Haughmond Hill, Stiperstones Nature reserve, The Bog Visitor Centre. Horse riding centres nearby and Alpaca walks for something different! I highly recommend this website for exploring the area, it shows a huge variety of routes including wheelchair friendly, longer more challenging options and everything inbetween http://www.shropshiresgreatoutdoors.co.uk/. Border Paintballing and Quad Trekking, Archery with the Long Mynd Archers, indoor climbing at Climbing the Walls. Water adventures also await, Alderford Lake Aquapark, Canoe and Paddleboard hire and boat trips down the River Severn and the canal.
Drive a little further for a day trip to the beautiful Welsh coast. Both North and West Wales beaches are a lovely day out. .We really are spoilt for choice with beaches, choose a larger well known option for for a range of traditional attractions or go for a quieter spot choosing one of the many, many smaller beaches that are within a comfortable distance for a day out.
If you are visiting with children, these are some of our favourites. The Quarry Shrewsbury, Hoo Zoo, Park Hall Farm, The Ice Cream Farm, BeWILDerwood Cheshire, Climbing The Walls, Medieval Madness soft play, Mad Hatters Church Stretton, Attingham Park, Chirk Castle, Fantastic Funhouse Oswestry, Splat and Splodge Pottery Painting, The Venue Oswestry (bowling, soft play etc). There are many free outside play areas too.
We hope this has given you a little inspiration for your stay and we look forward to welcoming you soon.
We are close to The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, we have had people staying who are either receiving treatment or staying close by to someone who is having treatment, longer stays can be accommodated for this if required, please ask.