|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Built in 1840, this tasteful barn conversion whilst retaining its original characters like the wooden beams, has all the modern facilities expected to a high standard such as four poster bed, spa bath, central heating, TV/DVD, telephone, WIFI, ample private parking in wall courtyard, iron gas stove and a fully equipped modern kitchen. Honeymoons, anniversaries, touring/walking or just a 'getaway' break - whatever the reason we provide a warm, friendly service helping you make the most of your stay. Complimentary wine and flowers are provided. The idyllic peaceful hillside location (no neighbours!) provides a perfect quiet retreat with walks and some of the best viewpoints in Shropshire literally a few minutes walk away. It is a great touring base for the rest of Shropshire with its central location in the county, just off the A5/A49 and 5 minutes drive from historic Shrewsbury.
Hello I'm Glyn and I live in Shropshire in England. A semi retired farmer and seasoned traveller I now spend most of my free time in Montenegro. I have great passion and knowledge of both areas which I am keen to share with my guests and have done since 2004..
Yews Barn has been in the family for many generations.
It was converted into a holiday let in 2003 and has been a great success.
Situated on Lyth Hill it has a peaceful and secluded location with great views.
Private location with no immediate neighbours. Deer in the adjacent fields. Direct access to Lyth Hill country park.
5 mins from Shrewsbury.
Centrally placed in Shropshire, just outside the historic town of Shrewsbury off A49/A5 makes Yews Barn an ideal touring base for this picturesque county. It is just a 5 mins drive from the medieval market town of Shrewsbury, the heart of the county and birthplace of Charles Darwin. Famous for its timber framed black and white buildings, shops, restaurants and beautiful gardens. Famous Shrewsbury Flower Show in the summer. To the north is Ellesmere with its meres rich waterfowl. Also there is the mystical Hawkestone Park with its follies and caves. To the east is Ironbridge Gorge, a World Heritage site and birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Nearby are the remains of the Roman city of Wroxeter and Wroxeter Vineyard. To the south is Ludlow renowned for its castle and Michelin star restaurants. Also there is the old spa town of Curch Stretton under the Long Mynd and Stretton Hills, known as 'Little Switzerland' in Victorian times. To the west is Oswestry and then on into mid Wales.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
A deposit of £100 is required to confirm the booking. Cheques should be made payable to 'Mr G Passant'. Full payment is required 4 weeks prior to your stay. Payments from abroad can be made by bank transfer or via PayPal account.
Saturday's are the preferred changeover day.
4pm arrival (can be earlier if requested), 10am departure.