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Barleycorn Barns

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71 High Street


Tel : +44 01939 220333

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£240.00 - £530.00
Per unit per week

£290.00 - £580.00
Per unit per week

Double En Suite
£55.00 - £65.00
Per person per night, room only

Barlycorn Barns are a 16th century timber framed barn conversion situated in the small picturesque north Shropshire village of Grinshill. The barns are ideally located for many local attractions: The medieval town of Shrewsbury, Ironbridge Gorge - where the industrial revolution began and now a world heritage site, Hawkstone park with its caves, cliffs and follies, Bridgnorth with its Severn Valley Railway and not forgetting Ellesmere - Shropshire's lake district.

Garden Cottage, this centrally heated cottage consists of 1 double bedroom, twin room, bathroom with bath, shower, comfortable lounge and fully fitted kitchen/dinette with microwave and washing machine. Farm cottage this centrally heated cottage consists of 1 double bedroom with ensuite with toilets and washbasin, 1 twin room, bathroom with bath shower, relaxing lounge/diner, large fully fitted kitchen with microwave, washing machine and W.C.

Each property has access to a beautifully landscaped garden sitting area with barbecue facility. There is spacious well lit parking adjacent to the accommodation. We have ponds and water features in the garden, therefore we can not accommodate children under 14 years. We are surrounded by farmland and so we regret we cannot accept animals.

We respectfully request that there be no smoking inside the properties all linen and Towels provided.

4 Stars - Self Catering

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By Road

From Barleycorn Barns are easily found in the Shropshire village of Grinshill, 8 miles north of Shrewsbury on the A49 Shrewsbury to Whitchurch road. At Grinshill turn into the drive way alongside the inn of Grinshill public house and restaurant.

By Public Transport

From Yorton - 2 miles

Bare right follow signs to Grinshill, turn right drive after Inn of Grinshill

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Barleycorn Barns facilities include:

  • Linen provided
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Central heating throughout
  • Garden/patio for guests' use
  • Hairdryer in all bedrooms
  • Radio in all bedrooms

Barleycorn Barns accessibility includes:

  • Bathrooms available with bath with shower
  • Bedrooms with non-allergenic bedding available
  • Handrail by steps

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