Effortlessly stylish and exuding elegant sophistication and romance, Turtledove Hideaway is the perfect bijou bolthole for lovebirds looking for a unique romantic break. This luxury self-catering cottage in the Shropshire countryside is surrounded by glorious pastoral landscapes and boasts views across the rolling hills and beyond...
The cottage's avian namesake is an emblem of devoted love, and this sweet self-catering hideaway is sure to inspire romance in all those that visit. Exquisitely furnished with the finest linens, reclaimed vintage finds, and sumptuous over-sized curtains framing the views, the interiors at Turtledove Hideaway are straight from the pages of a magazine.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
After a day exploring the surrounding countryside, climb the stairs to the mezzanine bedroom and rest your head upon cloudburst pillows before falling into a blissful slumber. There is a ground floor bathroom with walk-in shower, luxury bathing products and quirky touches to ensure pampering is a pleasure. Snuggled up in the marshmallow bed under the eaves of this stylish lofty bedroom is a cosy haven that you may find difficult to leave - making breakfast in bed all the more tempting...
Whitchurch is the oldest market town in North Shropshire and lies near the border of Wales and England. Approached via a private lane and with the main house sitting alongside, couples can enjoy privacy and seclusion courtesy of the screened willow, and nothing but the sounds of nature all around. The small private garden is the perfect spot for afternoon tea or a romantic al fresco supper.
In winter months snuggle up in front of a crackling fire and chat into the small hours with a glass of hearty red, or embrace the walking opportunities on offer and explore the Shropshire countryside. Adventurous types might even take on the challenge of conquering the biggest and boldest mountains in Wales or England- Snowdonia! But if all that sounds like too much hard work just sit back and enjoy the serenity and relaxation on offer at this beautiful luxury bolthole for two.
There is parking for one car. The cottage doesn't have a washing machine or tumble dryer.
- SleepsUp to 2 guests
- Personally VisitedYes
- BedroomsDoubles: One double bedroom (mezzanine)
- BathroomsOne ground floor shower room
- FamilyChildren: Babes-in-arms only
- BBQYes, a BBQ is provided
- PetsOne small well behaved dog on prior request
Please be advised there is a charge of £50.00 per stay for the dog.
- Mod ConsTV, iPod dockMobile Signal: Check reception maps
- Your Home Stay IncludesA Unique Boutique welcome hamperDiscover what else you can look forward to...
- Arrivals & DeparturesArrival Day: FridayArrival Time: Arrival is at 4pmDeparture Time: Departure is 10am
- RestrictionsDogs are not permitted upstairs
- Other InformationProperty Terms and ConditionsFrequently Asked QuestionsRecommend to a friend
AROUND THE PROPERTY
Style: Calming hues of muted greys and chalky whites combine to create a restful ambiance at this cute-as-pie romantic self-catering hideaway. With vintage twists and fireside furs, this romantic haven is pure luxury.
Property Owner Kerrie says
I invite you to enjoy my hideaway and I want you to go away feeling inspired, relaxed and rested. At this cute love nest, you will feel miles away from any stresses and strains, whilst still feeling connected to the simplest of things in life.
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FOOD AND DRINK
The spacious beamed open plan kitchen/sitting room area is complete with a rustic antique dining table, just perfect for a relaxed dinner experience. For a celebratory meal or romantic dinner-a-deux complete with candles and crackling wood burner in the background, Turtledove self-catering hideaway sets the perfect scene.
If you'd rather spend your break indulging in the little luxuries, let an in-house chef prepare a mouth-watering meal for you and your party (on prior request and subject to an additional cost).
With a varied menu using local ingredients, The Cross Foxes in Erbistock is a short drive away and sunny evenings are best spent sitting looking up river watching the fishermen in their waders casting flies for salmon. Nearby Ludlow has no less than seven restaurants which appear in the Michelin guide, so a drive to this nearby town is a must for food lovers.
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