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Contemporary Barn Conversion Surrounded by Farmland

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5.0 / 5Exceptional
16 reviews


  • Kitchen
  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Outdoor Space


What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Maws Craft Centre
    13 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Telford Golf Club
    15 min drive
  • Popular Location
    Blists Hill
    15 min drive
  • Airport
    Birmingham (BHX)
    70 min drive

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    About this area


    Located in Bridgnorth, this vacation home is in a rural location. Bridgnorth Station and Astbury Golf Course are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those in the mood for shopping can visit Telford Shopping Centre and Maws Craft Centre. Blists Hill and Rays Farm Country Matters are also worth visiting. Our guests love the property's quiet location.

    Popular Location

    What's nearby

    • Iron Bridge - 12 min drive
    • Maws Craft Centre - 13 min drive
    • Telford Golf Club - 15 min drive
    • Blists Hill - 15 min drive
    • Enginuity - 16 min drive

    Getting around

    • Oakengates Station - 24 min drive
    • Birmingham (BHX) - 72 min drive

    About this property

    Contemporary Barn Conversion Surrounded by Farmland

    Adults-only vacation home in Bridgnorth
    Paddock Barn is a delightfully renovated barn conversion with a contemporary twist located on the very edge of Astley Abbotts, a quiet and pretty village 1.5 miles from Bridgnorth High Town. Although a detached property, Paddock Barn is adjacent to 3 other barn conversions, with every window enjoying gorgeous views across Shropshire. Bridgnorth is an unspoilt South Shropshire Market Town. It was once one of the busiest river ports in Europe, but now it’s stretch of the River Severn is clear, unpolluted and is a quiet haven for anglers, walkers and wildlife. In addition to the well-trodden paths alongside the Severn, the local countryside is crisscrossed with footpaths and bridleways giving keen walkers a multitude of options for experiencing the great outdoors. Bridgnorth is well placed for access to other great walking, such as Brown Clee Hill, Clee Hill, Wenlock Edge, the Caradoc, The Lawley and the Long Mynd. Cyclists are well catered for too; for mountain bikers there are many bridleways locally providing easy circular routes for exploring, and also giving access to Brown Clee Hill, and the Long Mynd for those more accomplished on the knobbly tyre. National Cycle Route 45 passes right by and you can be on it in less than 15 minutes from Paddock Barn. If you prefer road cycling this area of South Shropshire not only will give you miles and miles of challenging terrain to pit yourself against, but rewards you with quiet roads and great views around nearly every corner. The National Trust has several properties nearby, Dudmaston Hall, Benthall Hall, Kinver Edge & The Rock Houses, Wilderhope Manor and Wightwick Manor are all a short drive, with other properties such as Attingham Park, Knowles Mill and Moseley Old Hall slightly further, but still easily accessible in a day. The town boasts a bustling street market on Fridays and Saturdays which complements the many shops selling excellent local produce. There 3 high quality butchers in Bridgnorth selling excellent produce from Shropshire farmland, and another, much lauded butcher, A Ryan & Sons, can be found in Much Wenlock a short drive away. Be prepared to queue at Ryans though, people travel from much further afield than Bridgnorth for the excellent and reasonably priced meat, pies, quiches and award-winning sausages. There are many small, but well-established breweries operating within a 25-mile radius of Bridgnorth, and fortunately the 22 Bridgnorth pubs provide ample opportunity to try out most of them. There is a packed calendar of town events to keep everyone on their toes. An Annual Vintage Tractor rally (we are in farming central after all!), a town Easter Egg hunt (Easter only!) a hand made market every Sunday, a Springtime Jazz festival (if Jazz is your thing then The Black Boy has a monthly Jazz night on a Sunday), a sponsored walk on late May Bank Holiday (not the feint hearted – it’s 22 miles and over some “more than undulating” terrain), The Town Carnival in June, a music and arts festival with venues around the town hosting multiple events over the August Bank holiday. Irregular continental markets throughout the year. And not forgetting an annual 10k run and a 100 mile cycle sportive. Paddock Barn is 7 miles away from the Heritage site of Ironbridge. A beautiful town, packed with coffee houses, pubs and restaurants, its namesake bridge occupying the central spot, Ironbridge hosts 10 museums. From Blists hill Victorian Town via Enginuity to the Tar Tunnel and Pipeworks; do them one at a time, or buy a passport to all of them – you might need more than a week at Paddock Barn for that though! The main living space is spacious and open plan, with a generous vaulted ceiling over the lounge space. A highly specified kitchen includes white granite work top & breakfast bar, and American style fridge freezer with water dispenser and ice maker. All other appliances are integrated and include a steam oven and a proofing/warming drawer for enthusiastic bread makers. The comfy lounge area is furnished to a high standard with leather and Harris Tweed sofas and chairs. Netflix and Amazon Prime Video is available on the smart TV with a Sonos Play Bar. A free-standing gas powered “woodburner” provides immediate heat to top up the central heating in the chillier months. Downstairs bedroom with a Kingsize bed. This is a zip link bed that can be separated into 2 singles equipped with Sonos and adjacent to the wetroom, with large overhead shower. Stairs lead to a single bedroom and a second bathroom with a freestanding bath and access to the glorious views across working farmland. A second set of stairs from the lounge lead up to a Kingsize bedroom, again with Sonos and the same great views. We know that when you are away, more than ever, you want a great nights sleep, so we have installed Somnus beds in all rooms (mattress in the single) - and boy are they comfortable! The garden has been newly landscaped in March 2018, and includes a crazy paved patio with BBQ, private parking for two cars, and a deck area all of which give you an immediate and intimate connection to the surrounding countryside.
    Guest accommodations at this vacation home offer coffee/tea makers and hair dryers. Rooms open to patios. Kitchens offer refrigerators, stovetops, microwaves, and separate dining areas.
    The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    Property amenities


    Internet access

    Parking and transportation

    Onsite parking
    Car required


    Coffee/tea maker


    3 bedrooms
    Bed sheets provided


    2 bathrooms
    Towels provided
    Hair dryer

    Living spaces

    Dining room
    Wood stove


    Video library
    Music library

    Outdoor areas



    Washing machine and dryer




    No pets allowed


    Smoke-free property

    Services and conveniences

    Iron/ironing board

    Location highlights

    In a rural location

    Things to do

    Mountain biking nearby
    Hiking/biking trails nearby


    Sleeps 5
    Unit size: 1420 sq ft (132 sq m)



    Check-in time starts at 3:30 PM


    Check-out before 10:30 AM

    Special check-in instructions

    • Guests will receive an email from the property manager with check-in and check-out instructions.


    • Pets not allowed

    Children and extra beds

    • This property welcomes adults only.

    Property payment types


    Important information

    You need to know

    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.
    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
      Onsite parties or group events are strictly prohibited.

    We should mention

    A car is required for transportation to and from this property.

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    5 - Excellent
    4 - Good
    3 - Okay
    2 - Mediocre
    1 - Poor

    5/5 Excellent

      Short break in Bridgenorth

      Property was super. Decorated with a lot of care & attention to detail. Cake was fab; views were great ; peace & quiet wonderful ; should have stayed longer.

      5/5 Excellent

        Delightful tranquility

        What a lovely place to stay. Every comfort provided for with top quality furnishings and appliances combined with the peace and tranquillity of the country side. Simply delicious plumcake - thank you Russ we would love to stay again.

        5/5 Excellent

          Great stay in a lovely cottage.

          We loved Paddock Barn from the moment we arrived. We were greeted with a generous welcome pack including a very tasty home made plum cake. Ali popped in to explain a few things and gave us some good recommendations for exploring the local area and restaurant and cafe tips. The cottage was spotless and had everything we could have needed and more. We especially enjoyed the two sitting out areas and took advantage of the fruit trees as instructed by Russell. This was our first visit to Shropshire and would recommend both the area and the accommodation whole heartedly and can see why this is rated as a 5 star property. We have stayed in many properties over the years and this was definitely one of the very best and would love to return.

          5/5 Excellent

            Fantastic accommodation

            The accommodation is everything you could wish for, well equipped, lovely surroundings, comfortable and renovated to a high standard. We were welcomed with a very nice lime drizzle cake and projector which was a lovely touch. Thank you for making a stay so memorable, we couldn't ask for more.

            5/5 Excellent

              A gem. Absolutely superb

              After a week in London we stayed at Paddock Barn for something more relaxing. My husband is from Wolverhampton so we used this as a base to visit his home town and the surrounding area. Two teenage kids with us Property v scenic. Such a treat for the eyes. Refurbished barn is top notch. Beautiful redesign and materials. A cooks kitchen. Outfitted extremely well. Steam oven, convection oven, warming oven.... Wi fi very strong. Teenagers had no complaints. The owners v close by and v helpful but not at all intrusive. Russell gave us good leads on local shops and pubs. Nearest sainsbury is 4 min away. Best butcher nearby. Beamans. Loved their bacon choices and pot pies. Lots of walks to do. But we tripped around by car each day. Lots to see. Wonderful country to drive thru Kings head our favourite pub. Favourite fish and chips in Ironbridge. Best duck pond in Wolverhampton .......Severn steam train was a fun way to spend one day All in all a v v pleasant place, choiceful design elements, beatiful setting, v lovely couple ready to help with anything. Was a v memorable week for us all Oh and did I mention mention Russell’s welcoming lemon cake. Very yum!

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