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Morrells Wood Farm
Leighton
Shrewsbury
Shropshire

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Relax in peaceful barn conversions in peaceful farm yard with beautiful views over Shropshire Hills. Central to Shrewsbury; Bridgnorth; Ironbridge and Much Wenlock. Close to the Wrekin. Morrells Wood Farm are award winning holiday cottages created from a 19th century listed building situated on a working farm. Rickyard Cottage and the Byre are barn conversions set around an open courtyard. The Granary is a recently renovated beautiful two bedroom barn conversion with private garden and patio.The 150 year old buildings are set around a delightful open courtyard and boast original brickwork and wooden beams. They have been tastefully appointed to offer all the modern facilities you may require. Accommodation comprises of a double bedroom; bathroom and a spacious open-plan kitchen. Perfect for walkers; and where guests can relax and get away from it all. The large garden is the perfect spot from which to enjoy the peace and those long summer days. Shropshire is home to many old towns and villages and we are situated only 5 miles from Ironbridge; 10 miles from Shrewsbury; with Ludlow and Much Wenlock within easy reach. Each of the towns offer fine shops; restaurants and historic buildings of interest. If you wish to eat out then there are several restaurants nearby; and a pub in Leighton is a little over a mile from the farm.

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