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Amblewood Cottage & Woodpeckers

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The Vineyard
Grinshill, Shrewsbury


Tel : +44 01939 220214

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£270.00 - £415.00
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Two individual cottages Amblewood Cottage & Woodpeckers, both with outstanding views over the beautiful North Shropshire countryside. Located in the picturesque village of Grinshill they provide immediate access to lovely woodland and hillside walks. A tree lined drive leads to secluded surroundings within private grounds.

Dogs welcome by arrangement. Secure area for bikes. Ample parking.

The medieval town of Shrewsbury is within 8 miles. The properties are ideally located for North Wales, Ironbridge, Ludlow, Chester and Shropshire's historic towns and castles.

The cottages have been recently refurbished and equipped to a high standard with modern kitchen and bathroom facilities. Each cottage has a double and a twin bedroom with additional sofa-bed available. Amblewood is conveniently all on one level.

Warm family welcome to new visitors and to our returning guests. A perfect retreat for a totally relaxing break or an ideal base for exploring this border county.

Please contact us if you would like to make a booking.

4 Stars - Self Catering

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By Road

From the M54 continue on A5 until the junction of the A5/A49 (N). Take A49 (Whitchurch). At next 2 roundabouts stay on A49.

Go N towards Whitchurch, through village of Hadnall, then after approx. 1.5 miles turn left into Grinshill. (signposted). Approx. 1/3 miles turn right to The Vineyard where Amblewood is signposted. If travelling from the N, after Whitchurch go south on A49 through village of Preston Brockhurst & turn right after approx. 1.5 miles into Grinshill, proceed as above.

By Public Transport

From Shrewsbury station walk to bus station (approx 400 yards) take bus to Grinshill turn on A49. Nearest railway station is Yorton (approx 1.5 miles) request stop.

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Amblewood Cottage & Woodpeckers facilities include:

  • Linen provided
  • Launderette
  • On site parking
  • Facilities for children
  • Accept children (minimum age)
  • Garden/patio for guests' use

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