Win! – A holiday at accessible Cheese Room Cottage
The self-catering cottage has been designed mainly with disabled guests in mind, to explore the delightful north Shropshire countryside.
Answers to the two most popular questions fielded by the owners are – because the building was part of an old dairy – and – we decided to create a charming holiday cottage after speaking with a disabled family member who suggested that he could never find anywhere with the facilities he needed to relax and take a break.
Cheese Room Cottage is located down a private lane just off the road running through the hamlet of Marchamley. The historic village of Hodnet is a mile down the road, with the medieval county town of Shrewsbury just 14 miles to the southwest and the Welsh border just 10 miles away.
The self-catering cottage is all level on the ground floor with no steps and with extra wide doors throughout and other well designed disability-friendly features. The ground floor comprises a large open-plan living room with kitchen and dining area, a wetroom, and double bedroom with built-in furniture allowing plenty of floorspace for a wheelchair user. There is a small single bedroom on the first floor for use by an unrelated carer accompanying a disabled person or elderly couple or for a third family member. The owners of the cottage are also happy to accept one or two well-behaved pets.
The Cheese Room has a growing reputation, with guests who have stayed in the cottage reporting having been enchanted by the beauty of this area of Shropshire. This is an opportunity to visit one of those ‘hidden gems’.
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