Description: About Oakpond Cottage, Briarhill Farm
3 Bedroom Dog-Friendly Country Cottage with Wildlife Pond and Beautiful Gardens
There is the option to hire our hot tub which is very relaxing after a good days walking or cycling. The hot tub is indoors and overlooks the countryside and is very private. (a small charge applies for using this facility. Please ask for extra details regarding booking) Bromine is used which is better for skin and does not have a strong chemical smell unlike chlorine.
Inside this 3 Bedroom Rural Retreat near Whitchurch
- Cosy comfortable lounge with 40" TV with Freeview and electric woodburner. This room enjoys idyllic views out over the wildlife pond and gardens.
- Snug where you can relax with a book or plug in your laptop.
- Well equipped kitchen/diner with idyllic views and french doors that open out to patio and garden.
There are 3 bedrooms comprising of:
- Bedroom with king-size bed with scenic views out to the wildlife pond and fields
- Twin bedroom,
- Double bedroom.
- Family bathroom with large shower cubicle, basin and WC.
Price includes: Electric Heating Bedding Towels Fresh Flowers Basket of logs (oakpond cottage . Extra logs can be supplied at £5 per basket. Wifi Welcome Tray with home-made cake or biscuits
Please see our own website for further prices and details.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2009
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Setting and Local Information
Local Attractions near Whitchurch
Top Attractions: Weston park Erdigg House Attingham Park Bewilderwood Hodnet Hall Hawkestone Follies Alton Towers The Secret Bunker Chester Zoo Shrewsbury Stoke on Trent pottery museums Trentham gardens Olde Wollerton Gardens Hodnet Hall Dorothy Clive Gardens Belwilderwood Dagfields Antiques Bridgemere garden world Cosford air museum Acton Scott Iron bridge museums Anderton Boat lift Tatton park Boulesworth Castle Oulton park Cheshire farm icecream shop (Worlds largest icecream shop) Ironbridge The secret Bunker Wroxeter Ruins The Sandstone Trail Castles Canalside villages Candle and glass factory shire horse centre chester shrewsbury stafforshire llangollen nantwich market drayton whitchurch trentham gardens Anderton boat lift
Recommended Places to Visit: Irionbridge/Llangollen/Severn Valley Railway/Cosford Arena/Chester zoo/ Weston Park/West midlands Safari Park/Alton Towers/Tatton Park/ Trentham Gardens and Monkey park/Secret Bunker/ Dagfields antiques/ Dorothy Clive Gardens/ Bridgemere garden world. Stapeley water Gardens and tropical oasis/ Cotebrook Shire centre/ Two ice-cream farms/ Hodnet and wollerton gardens/ Waterworld stoke/ Ellesmere/Shrewsbury/Nantwich/ Potteries/ Market Drayton/
Annual Eventst: Whitchurch Walking Festival Nantwich Show Audlem Transport Show Audlem Party in the Park Calverhall Big Breakfast
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Combermere Arms Burleydam (dog friendly) Olde jack Calverhall Calverhall (dog friendly) Spice Heaven Whitchurch (will deliver to the cottages) White Lion Ash (dog friendly)
Local Sports: Abseiling, angling, archery, bird watching, boating, cycling, fishing, golfing, hiking, horse riding, paddle boarding, rowing, sailing, stargazing, swimming, walking, watersports
Nearest Train Station: "Whitchurch, Shropshire"
In North Shropshire, Whitchurch provides an excellent base for cycling, walking, fishing, visiting Ironbridge World Heritage Site, shopping visits to nearby Chester and Shrewsbury or exploring the Welsh Marches or Shropshire Lakes - all around half an hour's drive away.
Whitchurch is positioned on a Roman route to Chester and near a border that was fought over for many centuries, so there are many sites of historical interest in the area. Parking in the town centre is free and there are plenty of spaces. If you visit Victoria Park in the centre of town you will see several short walks taking you out of town and along canalside and into a nearby Country Park.
A walk to Grindly Brook Cafe is always worth it as the food there is great and you can sit and watch the canal boats in the locks. Nearby Hawkstone Park is popular with both young and old, although it is admittedly for the fitter amongst us. It is made up of intricate pathways, ravines, arches and bridges and King Arthur addressing his troops in the awesome caves.
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