The Church

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Accommodation Category: Locations, Oswestry, and Self Catering and NarrowboatsAccommodation Tags: OBT and Oswestry

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    New for 2016 converted Victorian church

    Contemporary, classy and very very comfortable.

    The Church house is a charming newly converted Victorian church situated in a peaceful setting in the friendly town of Oswestry which is one of Britain’s oldest settlements, dating back 3000 years.

    For lovers of history, mixed with a lively café culture, the town also has growing reputation for its interesting mix of small, locally run shops that pride themselves on good old-fashioned service. Vibrant market days would not look too different if visited today by Oswestry’s most famous son, soldier and poet Wilfred Owen.

    On the borders of Wales – only 5 minutes up the road, the town has also easy access to Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham, only one hour away. Also, Shrewsbury (just voted in the top 10 “best place to live in the uk” ) and Chester, are only 30 minutes away.

    The three-bedroom property retains many beautiful features with vaulted ceiling and rustic oak beams. The contemporary decor in the lounge offers a cosy place to sit and enjoy the park views, with custom made arched windows and stunning open plan kitchen. The house also features under-floor heating, stone bath, Egyptian cotton bedding. The property sits on a generous plot with pretty gardens and views onto Cae Glas park and plenty of parking. 

    Come and enjoy both English and Welsh heritage in this very special house.

    Minimum stay 3 nights

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    On Welsh Walls, next to Cae Glas Park

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    On Welsh Walls, next to Cae Glas Park