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Self-Catering in Shrewsbury

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Tom Doby's Barn and Flemings.
Acton Pigot
Acton Burnell

Shrewsbury
Shropshire

SY5 7PH | View map
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Acton Pigot is a small hamlet near Acton Burnell, nestling in the beautiful South Shropshire countryside with stunning views of the Wrekin and South Shropshire hills.
Set in two acres of established gardens, it is ideally placed for exploring Shropshire - being approximately 8 miles from the County town of Shrewsbury, 12 miles from Church Stretton and 9 miles from Much Wenlock. Guests have the use of the heated outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts as well as access to Trout fishing.

The accommodation consists of: large comfortable sitting room, kitchen-diner, four bedrooms (two double and two twin) with outside courtyard and gardens.
There is ample parking space available.
The airy and spacious interiors are finished with oak doors, floors and window sills. Many rooms feature timber beams. Outside is a courtyard with herb garden.

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Ratings/Awards: English Country Cottages 5 stars
Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 2
Unit Type: Barn conversions
Price Guide: 900
Nearest Major Town: Shrewsbury
Distance: 9 miles
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