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Wesley House is in the centre of Shrewsbury town, set on a pretty cobbled street with only the churchyard of St Alkmunds opposite. Beautifully restored in 2019, it’s now available as a holiday cottage
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Wesley House is a 16th Century listed building in the centre of Shrewsbury town, set on a pretty cobbled street with only the churchyard of St Alkmunds opposite. Beautifully restored in 2019, it’s now available as a holiday cottage.
Rev. John Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church, preached from the house in 1763.
Wood panelled and with a wealth of ancient beams and a cosy wood burner, it is a real step back in time (with wi-fi of course).
The property has no stairs, being all on the ground floor, and will comfortably sleep four adults and a child.
There’s also a pretty courtyard to sit out and enjoy the sunshine.
Set right in the heart of the town centre, but in a quiet side street, this characterful, historic holiday cottage is ideally located for everything Shrewsbury has to offer; independent shops, café bars and restaurants, the medieval town square, the amazing sunken Dingle Garden in the Quarry Park and the beautiful River Severn, all just a short walk away from the front door.
It is the perfect location should you want to leave the car at home as there is so much right on your doorstep - and the train station is less than a ten minute walk away!
Shrewsbury itself is a large market town in the county of Shropshire, situated on the River Severn. The medieval streets of the town centre boast over 600 listed buildings, Wesley House being one of them.
The town is also the birthplace of the naturalist Charles Darwin, and is where he spent 27 years of his life.
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