Ironbridge & Shropshire Places to Stay
The Porch House
Tel : +44 01588 638854
£225.00 - £0.00
Per unit per week
£235.00 - £0.00
Per unit per week
The Porch House is a well known landmark on the High Street, dating from around c1564, it was completely restored under the watchful eye of English Heritage in the 1980's. As is to be expected from a building of this age there are numerous interesting features including oak beams and floors as well as rare plank and muntin walls.
Two apartments, each with own entrance, are situated off the main entrance porch. They have been completely re-furbished and now offer comfortable, centrally heated accommodation yet retain the character of the building.
Clun - situated on the 1st floor. The fully fitted kitchen has electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge with frozen food compartment and washing machine, along with dining area. The sitting room has comfortable sofa, TV, video and wood burning stove. The cosy bedroom with double bed leads to en suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Ludlow - raised ground floor apartment with galley-style fitted kitchen, has interesting view up the High Street and has electric hob and oven, microwave and fridge with frozen food compartment. The sitting room has a dining area, 2 comfortable sofas, TV and video and open coal fire. One of the sofas converts to a double bed. The large bedroom has a double bed and en suite bathroom (with feature wattle and daub wall) has a corner bath and shower.
Bed linen and towels/tea towels are provided, as is one bag of fuel. Electricity also included. Parking provided at rear of house, storage of cycles in our barn. Guests may use the garden.
The Porch House facilities include:
- Linen provided
- Garden/patio for guests' use
- On site parking
- Car parking
- Accept children (minimum age)
The Porch House accessibility includes:
Contact - The Porch House
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'Land of Lost Content' National Museum of British Popular Culture
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