Gooseyard Cottage At Middle Farm

Betchcott, Church Stretton , Betchcott, Shropshire, Countryside

Check-in Time: 15:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Downstairs Description

Gooseyard Cottage is a ‘Pets Welcome’ cottage by prior arrangement. It also has the benefit of a morning sun trapped private patio, perfect if you like to breakfast outside. Like Daisy’s Place it has been converted from a spacious old stone building and is beautifully furnished.

The ground floor has an open plan living area with an excellently equipped kitchen (electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and mini freezer), a sittingroom with flat screen TV and side loading DVD as well as a spacious dining area. All the essential ingredients to relax with your first cuppa will be provided; milk, tea, coffee and rock cakes for your arrival.

First Floor Description

Upstairs there is a very comfortable superking size link bed which means that you can choose to sleep together or in twin beds. All beds are made-up with Egyptian cotton sheets and soft towels are provided. There is a large dressing area within the bedroom with cotton-wool and hairdryer supplied. The bathroom has a shower over the bath and beautiful locally produced hade made soap.

Dogs Welcome
Child Friendly
Group Getaways: Middle Farm have 3 cottages which entirely self contained and can be booked and enjoyed by couples, friends or families individually. Children over 10 years of age are welcome. The maximum number of guests we can accommodate is 10,
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Tourist Attractions:
  • RAF Cosford Museum,: National Cold War Exhibition has a fabulous display of planes, wealth of information and history of various wars really brings home some of the realities of those who fought. It is a haven for any aviation enthusiast!! Visit website
  • Wroxeter Roman Ruins: English Heritage have done brilliantly well at bringing them alive with the talking handset that allows you to tour around at your own pace. This is not a place you would want to visit in the rain as, by definition, there is no shelter but on a dry day we found this to be very interesting and a surprisingly uplifting experience Visit website
  • Attingham Park : Take a tour round main house as well a walk the in grounds. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Bottle And Glass Inn: Is well worth a visit. Originally a farmhouse dating back to the 16th Century, was granted its first license as an alehouse in 1837 and now has the unique features of an English country inn. Low ceilings, ancient oak beams, local ales and open wood fires that burn throughout the year. Visit website
  • Mytton And Mermaid Hotel: At Atcham, who offer a fine dining experience, using local produce wherever possible and regularly update our menu to reflect the changing seasons. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Spar: At Church Stretton Visit website
  • Sainsburys : Which is located in Shrewsbury. Why not pre order your grocery order for delivery for the cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • National Cycle Network : Discover hundreds of miles of National Cycle Network routes along quiet lanes, explore traffic-free trails along old railways and waterways, follow the cycle rides from historic towns and get muddy on mountain bike tracks in woods and forests. Visit website
  • Church Stretton Golf Course: At just over 5,000 yards in length the course may be considered short by modern standards; but complacency is not recommended! Considered by many to be the hardest starting hole in the county, the first has a steep bank in front of the green and out of bounds to the right Visit website
  • Arscott Golf Course : Is very interesting and varied, with gentle hills and undulating fairways without being too challenging on the legs. There are pools, large and small formed by the marlpits left by the brickmakers. Visit website