A glorious 19th century bolthole for two, romantically secluded amongst unspoilt Shropshire farmland.
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedroom: 1
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights

Perfect for aristocrats-in-waiting, the 19th century Shooting Folly feels like your very own country retreat, complete with gorgeously expansive views across unblemished Shropshire fields and woodland.

Privately secluded and steeped in quirky comfort, the unique building features a crenulated mock-church tower and a stepped gable, with a beautiful thatched cottage in between!

Discover unique period features inside, expertly combined with contemporary, high quality fixtures and fittings that make life that bit easier.  There’s plenty of romantic indulgences too, including a warming woodburner, a bespoke dressing room, and a relaxing cedar hot tub.

The folly itself was once featured in a popular Times article ‘A Good Walk’, and the local area features several opportunities to do just that!  With a network of public footpaths accessed right from the front door, and two pubs within just a few miles, your scene is set for remote, romantic and relaxing rural tranquility.


  • Adults Only
  • Hot Tubs

Where you'll be staying

Cheswardine, Shropshire

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