Close to both Wolverhampton and Birmingham, the Barn is an ideal getaway as it is accessible but also surrounded by views of the beautiful open countryside.
This lovely barn conversion sleeps 4 guests across 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
On the ground floor, there is a living area with a TV and DVD player. The living room is large and comfortable and has a log burning stove to keep you cosy. The fully fitted kitchen has everything you will need for your stay, with a fridge, freezer and microwave and there is a dining table which seats 4 comfortably.
There is free WiFi throughout the property so you can stay connected during your break, and a juke box, which is free for guests and has a wide variety of music for extra entertainment.
The downstairs bedroom has 2 single beds and the downstairs bathroom has a bath, toilet and washbasin. We also have laundry facilities and all linen is included.
Upstairs, there is a lovely gallery master bedroom with double bed which is reached via a spiral staircase. The upstairs bathroom has a bath, toilet and washbasin.
The Barn has central heating throughout and there is plenty of parking space.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2015
Deposit on acceptance and full balance payment upon arrival.
The Black Country Museum. Merry Hill Centre The Cities of Worcester and Birmingham both within 30 minutes The glass centre West Midlands Safari Park The Severn valley railway
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Stourbridge train station 10 minutes, B'ham Airport 45 minutes
Recommended Places to Visit: The Black Country Museum, The Glass Museum, Worcester, Birmingham Art Gallery, Bridgnorth, Kinver, Himley Park, Stourport, Bewdley, Bantock House Museum, Whightwick Manor, Ludlow Castle.Whitley Court.
Annual Events: The Glass Bienale - Every other year, Birmingham Christmas Market - Nov/Dec annually
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Fox Inn Stourton The Karma restaurant, Wollaston The Anchor Inn Caunsall Bombay Pickle, Stourbridge The Littleton Arms, Harley.
Local Sports: A bridle path runs along the property that leads to the canal system. This goes on for miles and is wonderful for walkers and cyclists alike. On the border of Staffordshire and West Midlands the canal is used by many colourful narrowboats.
Stourbridge is a town famous for its Glass. Situated between the Cities of Wolverhampton and Birmingham with easy access to both the Motorways and the Rail system that cover the whole of the UK. On the edge of The Black Country and surrounded by beautiful countryside it is an ideal base to stay.
Please visit http://www.blackcountrystays.com to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Staffordshire.