The Old Church Self Catering
Just four miles from Ludlow, a unique self-catering experience: staying in the Nave of a 1766 converted Grade B (2*) Listed Church, in the quiet hamlet of Hopton Cangeford, set deep in the rolling hills of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The open plan Nave has the original oak panelling, the Font, Squires Pews and Pulpit. You can dine by candlelight in the Vestry, how very romantic.
Facilities include a shared utility room, an enclosed garden with spectacular views, there is underfloor heating, a freezer, a fitted kitchen with built in dishwasher and fridge, hand painted tiles, a range gas cooker and Portmerion crockery.
Sink into the comfy sofas while you watch the 50 Plasma screen television with blu-ray home cinema system. There is also free wi-fi. For added convenience there is a downstairs toilet and shower room, tiled throughout and featuring hand painted delft tiles.
Up the staircase to the large double bedroom with wall mounted lcd television, a walk-in wardrobe with dressing table, an ensuite bathroom, tiled in travertine and granite, with shower enclosure and Jacuzzi, go easy on the bubble bath.
The owners live above so are always on hand to give help and advice.
Bed Linen And Towels
Welcome Pack Provided
Shared Use Of Washing Machine And Tumble Dryer
Iron And Ironing Board
Fitted kitchen with hand painted tiles
Built in dishwasher
An extensive range of cutlery and kitchen equipment
Large sofas, one of which doubles as a sofa bed
50 inch plasma screen television
Blu Ray home cinema system and a library of Blu Ray and DVD films
Downstairs toilet with walk in shower
Free wi fi
Tourist brochures in the squires pew
Candlelit dining area in the vestry
Due to our sheltered, rural location, there is only the weakest mobile phone signal. For some this is a bonus
Walk in wardrobe with ample storage and dressing table
Ensuite bathroom tiled extensively with Travertine and Granite tiles
Walk in shower enclosure
Heated towel rail
Jacuzzi spa bath
Double bed with bedside cupboards and lamps
Wall mounted LCD television with Freesat
Two sitting out areas
Three ponds, one for fish and two for wildlife
Extensive, panoramic, unspoiled views of the countryside
Metal bike shed
We have a pewtersmithing workshop in the garden which is in use 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. You are welcome to a tour and we will show you how we make a range of medieval and Tudor replicas, in addition to the work we do for film, stage and television.
There is room to park one car in a parking area opposite the Church
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This page was last updated: 25 January 2015