The Dinney Holiday Cottages

Accommodation in Bridgnorth, Shropshire

Contact Details

Tel:01746 861070

Web: www.thedinney.co.uk

Email: info@thedinney.co.uk

Postal Address:

Dinney Farm

Chelmarsh

Bridgnorth

Shropshire

WV16 6AU

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Description

Escape to The Dinney where we offer your group two large self-catering holiday cottages in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. Our two large contemporary new holiday cottages accommodate 14 and 20 guests. Further smaller cottages and a Farmhouse B&B offer more options for even larger groups    

Kingfisher Cottage - Sleeps 14

Decorated in a contemporary style Kingfisher has 6 en-suite bedrooms which can be either double or twins. The open plan ground floor living space has a large family kitchen which leads to a glazed dinning area over looking the garden and patio. The spacious lounge has a wood burner for cosy nights in. As well as 5 en-suite bedrooms on the first floor Kingfisher has a ground floor en-suite bedroom with TV and outside access which ideal for guests with restricted mobility. This thoughtfully designed cottage is perfect for family 'get togethers' and group gatherings for business or pleasure throughout the year.

The Rookery - Sleeps 20

The Rookery is our stunning new detached Holiday Cottage sleeping 20 in nine en-suite bedrooms. The spacious open plan ground floor space has bi-fold doors leading from the dining room and lounge to a large south facing terrace with stunning waterside views. The ground floor bedrooms also have bi-fold doors on to the patio where the views can be enjoyed form the comfort of your bed. Two of the double first floor bedrooms have juliet balconies.

These 5 star cottages all have breathtaking panoramic views of the Severn Valley and south facing patios overlooking Chelmarsh Reservoir and RSPB bird reserve. A warm welcome awaits you at The Dinney where you can step back in time and visit the medieval towns of Bridgnorth, Ludlow and Shrewsbury or follow the course of the River Severn to the World Heritage site at Ironbridge or experience the bygone age of steam on the Severn Valley Railway. Footpaths, ancient bridleways and cycle tracks from your cottage doorstep will lead you deeper into the heart of the Shropshire countryside.

For further details or book online at www.thedinney.co.uk

 

Facilities

Children Welcome Cyclists Garden Clothes Drying Area Hairdryer Pets by Arrangement On Street Parking Walkers WiFi Internet Access TV

Directions

From the junction of the A5/A458 (S) Shrewsbury take the A458 to Bridgnorth. In Bridgnorth, cross the bridge over the River Severn on to Underhill Street A458. 300 yards from the bridge the road bends sharp right, on this bend turn left along the B4363 towards Cleobury Mortimer and then turn first left again on the B4555 towards Highley. Follow the road for three miles. Finish at Dinney Farm on the left. (If you reach Chelmarsh Village Church you have passed the entrance to the farm).

Contact Details

Tel: 01746 861070

Web: www.thedinney.co.uk

Email: info@thedinney.co.uk

Postal Address:

Dinney Farm

Chelmarsh

Bridgnorth

Shropshire

WV16 6AU

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Disclaimer

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