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Middle Farm Barns

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Middle Farm


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The Byre
£200.00 - £560.00
Per unit per week

The Granary
£200.00 - £560.00
Per unit per week

Middle Farm Barns were converted from redundant farm buildings in 2006. They are situated by the side of an old Roman road in the picturesque hamlet of Vennington, nestled on Long Mountain in Shropshire. The Granary probably dates back to 1650. Vennington is 1 mile from the A458, and is ideally positioned to discover the Shropshire Hills, the medieval town of Shrewsbury, and Mid-Wales.

The barns have been converted to a very high standard, using natural materials, oak, slate and stone tiles with high quality fixtures and fittings. They have a number of sustainable features. The barns are heated with gentle under floor heating throughout, which is converted from a ground source heat exchanger, making your holiday one of the most eco-friendly in Shropshire.

The Barns

Middle Farm dates back to 1650, it is no longer a working farm. The barnshave exposed beams and are furnished in a simple contemporary style. The two units both have dishwasher, electric cooker with ceramic hob, washer/dryer, fridge freezer, heated towel rails, microwave, toaster, kettle ironing board, hairdryer, CD player, LCD TV/DVD combi with freeview box. They both have a small wood burning stove with logs provided, but it will probably not be needed as the barns are so cosy.

Linen and towels are provided,with the beds made up for your arrival. A cot and high chair are available upon request.

There is ample parking space, and a large area for children to ride bikes, scooters, go-karts etc. A babysitting service can be arranged.

Both barns have a strict no smoking policy.

Well behaved dogs are welcome.

4 Stars - Self Catering

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By Road

From the A5 Shrewsbury bypass take the B4386 to Montgomery. Turn right at the crossroads in Westbury and first left signposted 'The Surgery'. Take the 1st left again signposted 'Vennington'. After approimately 1 mile look out for a white farm house facing you on the left. After the farm house you will see The Barn on your left. Turn left straight afterwards into the farmyard.

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Middle Farm Barns facilities include:

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

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