If you've got a baby, a cot can be provided at this cottage
If you've got a baby, a highchair is available at this cottage
This cottage has the towels and linen included
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at Hope Hall Barn
No need to wash-up - use the dishwasher
Watch some DVDs during your stay at Hope Hall Barn
There are 2 bedrooms
Reviews of Hope Hall Barn
The holiday cottage of "Hope Hall Barn" can be found in Hope near Shrewsbury in Shropshire. Sleeping 4 people in 2 bedrooms. The bedrooms are made up of: Two bedrooms with basin: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility with basin and WC. Sitting room with woodburner.
As Hope Hall Barn sleeps 4 people, it is perfectly sized for a family holiday.
These are the reviews for Hope Hall Barn. There are 26 reviews.
Host is very welcoming. Cottage is lovely and clean will be back next year Ms O#&39;sullivan (November 2018)
Peace, quiet and terrific open spaces. Even though the internet was hit and miss it actually made our holiday perfect as we could shut out the world and totally relax and embrace an absolutely stunning part of our country. Thankyou for allowing us the chance of this experience. Mrs Cunningham (October 2018)
Ample logs for the woodturner,Towels for the dogs to be dried.Kitchen had all the necessary equipment and more.Welcome cake and eggs.Nothing too much trouble.Lovely location.Maps and walks all supplied plus suggestions for pubs and other activities.Lovely fenced garden for the dogs.One of the best cottages we have stayed.We have used a lot of cottages!Beautifully clean.Cosy and warm.Perfect! Mr Crofts (September 2018)
The "cottage" is perfect for our requirements, so relaxing, up in the Shropshire hills with wonderful views across to the Stiperstones, a completely secure large garden for our dogs, and a friendly yet unobtrusive owner who has gone the extra mile in making this the perfect holiday retreat. Mrs Hurley (September 2018)
The cottage was very well-equipped and was a very good size. Everything was clean and comfortable. It was a great base to explore the beautiful local area. Our children did not want to leave. Thank you! Mr Kyndt (August 2018)
We were met with chocolate brownies which went down well with the kids, milk and eggs, thank you! The cottage catered very well for our two dogs (Pepsi & Bree), the boot room was a must with the occasional shower we experienced most of the week. But putting the weather aside we enjoyed the walks around the cottage, some ending up at the local pub! Anna made us feel very welcome and whilst she went on a well deserved holiday the in-laws ade sure we were okay at all times. The cottage had everything we needed, the card table got a lot of use each evening. An enclosed garden for the dogs was a delight. We’ve always struggled to have a fully enclosed garden and we’re relieved this wasn’t something we had to watch out for for the full week. The log burner was also great a couple of cold evenings. All in all, we would recommend this cottage to anyone, it was a great relaxing week. Thank you Mrs Crossland (August 2018)
Owners very friendly, helpful and were able to recommend lovely dog walks directly form the cottage. Garden was really relaxing and very dog friendly. Our dogs were in heaven in the garden ! Cottage had everything you could want and the extras were a lovely bonus after our long trip. We will look back on this holiday as one of the best cottages we have stayed in and the most dog friendly. Thank you. Mrs Glanville (July 2018)
Views from garden were fabulous.Cottage was well equipped and very comfortable.Wouldnt hesitate to go back or recommend and Asda deliver. Mr Hodgkin (July 2018)
It is within half an hour of Shrewsbury which is great if you want to do a bit of shopping but also there are villages all around if you just want to have a few nice walks and stop off at the village tea room. The barn is so homely with everything that you need to make your stay comfortable and we settled in within the first day. There is a lovely pub just down the road which offers great food if you don't want to drive out to eat which is great if you have had a long day out. A lovely holiday which we all enjoyed, especially the dogs who loved the freedom of running around the enclosed garden. Mrs Carter (July 2018)
Secure, dog-friendly garden with lots of space to run; ideal for our two energetic Labradors. The barn is well equipped and comfortable and there are walks from the doorstep. Only 10 minutes walk to a welcoming pub too. There is a lot to see in the are and we will definitely return. Mrs Hoole (June 2018)
The barn is spacious, comfortable and extremely clean. You can see that the owner has put a lot of care and effort into furnishing it. The whole place smelt fresh and clean. We took 2 dogs with us and felt they were as welcome as us and not just tolerated. There is plenty of room for dog crates and all the stuff dogs seem to need when you go on holiday!! The best thing for me (And the dogs) was the large fenced- in garden which was full of wild flowers when we visited. We could sit there looking at the amazing view in total peace and quiet. The owner is so helpful and friendly and we really enjoyed our stay. Absolutely brilliant! Mrs Fennell (June 2018)
We were warmly greeted by Anna and made to feel thoroughly at home. There was lots of information on days out to suit everyone and the local pub, The Stables Inn, was a short stroll away where the food was delicious and plentiful, just what was needed after a long day exploring the local nature reserves. Ms Ramsey (May 2018)
Our host Anna was very helpful and welcoming. The cottage was cosy and had everything we needed. There are plenty of lovely walks right on your doorstep. The local pub, the stables inn, is less than a 10 minute walk away and has a great atmosphere and local beer and food! Miss Docherty (March 2018)
Set in a lovely location with great views. We arrived to a friendly welcome from the owner and homemade lemon drizzle cake. The cottage was so well equipped including towels for the dog! The wood burner meant that the cottage soon warmed up and was lovely and cosy. The barn and farm are up a unmade drive and it is a 10 minute walk to the local pub. This had a very good menu despite being a small pub which was impressive. Also good beer. There are numerous walks nearby. We did a good round walk which also involved a stop at the pub in Stiperstones- again another good pub with good beer and food. Our stay was in the winter. Would be lovely to visit again and sit outside. Children would love running around the garden- as would dogs in the enclosed area around the barn. Su P (March 2018)
Gorgeous surroundings and a lovely host - the yummiest lemon drizzle cake for us on arrival :) Did try and make an amend to the booking and had contacted Sykes a few times and never had anything back... looked like they may had amended my booking request just didn't inform me it had been done, so maybe better communication from Sykes but apart from that everything was great. Mrs Maher (January 2018)
We booked this cottage mainly to take our dog away from our local fireworks display. We did hear fireworks when we was outside but fortunately our dog didn't hear a thing inside. So mission completed. Enclosed garden to the rear which was great for our dog max. Now to the cottage itself there was everything you needed, loved the cake and fresh eggs, left by the owners (Thank you) very clean, spacious and absolutely beautiful remote location, but places close enough to visit if needed. We had a lovely relaxing weekend,and we will definitely be visiting again Lorraine O (November 2017)
Long, muddy and bumpy approach track- wouldn t suit low slung cars. Very helpful owner. Property was spotlessly clean with a good supply of logs for the woodburner. Mrs Murphy (September 2017)
If you want peace & quiet &lovely countryside Hope Hall isthe place for you,just off the A488,along a fairly steep rough track.A beautiful property,thoughtfully equipped by the owner with everything from china cups to towels etc;for the dogs/clean,comfortable,lots of Hot water for a relaxing bath after walks in the Shropshire Hills.plenty do attractions/small towns to visit/lovely walking/friendly pubs(The Stables nearby)/the local disused Lead Mines at Snailbeach & The Bog to explore. Norman Pat O (July 2017)
Well equipped, comfortable and really clean. Beautiful private garden. Mrs Cornford (July 2017)
Absolutely fabulous accommodation contain everything you could need. Idyllic location in the Shropshire hills and a good base to explore the area. Very dog friendly too. Jsyne (October 2016)
We recently stayed here with our two puppies, who by the way enjoyed themselves so much they didn't want to come home! It is in such a good location, but also out of the way so you aren't in the city/town. Good/big enclosed garden for the dogs. Log burner which is amazing & a really big sized house/barn. The only negative we would have is the bedding felt like 'crisp packets' it was really noisy every time you turned over. But other than that, it was a lovely stay! We will be going back. Pollydog1 (March 2016)
Hope Hall barn is a great find. we stayed for a week together with our dog and enjoyed it immensely. the cottage is at the end of a farm drive well off the road. the views are stunning and the cottage is convenient for local shops and is only 20 minutes from Shrewsbury, 40 minutes from Ludlow. the local pub is within walking distance and offers real ale and good food. when we arrived the cottage was spotless and very welcoming. heated by storage heaters or alternatively a logburner, the whole place is very warm. logs are provided for the logburner. the owner lives in an adjacent property and is very friendly. nothing is too much trouble. we can recommend this cottage... we will definately return mudlid (September 2015)
I would definitely recommend Hope Hall Barn to anyone who is looking for relaxing few days in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. You get to the barn by driving up a track into the hills - you really feel like you're getting away from it all. There are shops within a 10 minutes drive and lots of day trips within easy access. The barn is clean and cosy (but has ample space), has a lovely private garden, all the mod cons you'd need, and a wood burner for relaxing in the evening. The owner is really friendly and accommodating. My wife and I stayed there with our 21 month old daughter - it's definitely suitable for a toddler. There's easily enough space for more people. We had a great 3 days and didn't want to leave! Sicass007 (June 2015)
Very well equipped cottage with very comfortable beds and lovely bedding. Views were outstanding of the Stiperstones and surrounding hills from this highly positioned property. Lovely walks around and from the converted barn. Very helpful owners live opposite if you need help or to know anything. Lady1966 (April 2015)
We had a very relaxing stay the barn was cosy and warm and all our needs were catered for. Stunning scenery and lovely walks would love to come back. Our host was very friendly and helpful. rosyroja455 (February 2015)
We stayed here with friends for New Year and had a great few days. The cottage felt really cosy, with a lovely and effective wood burner (wood supplied), yet was somehow really spacious too, we didn't feel we were on top of each other! Well appointed and kitchen very well equipped. A huge boot room was ideal for coats and boots after some wet walks in the beautiful local area, including the Stiperstones, as well as keeping the wine cool! The owners live opposite and were both charming and helpful. cdhetheri (January 2015)
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