The Summer House is a Grade II listed octagonal tower and summer house built around 1607 in Exton-on-Severn, Shropshire. The special romantic getaway will entrance couples with its spiral staircase, original features, elegance, magnificent rural views, and a wood-burning stove in the bedroom.
You have never stayed anywhere like this before. The Summer House in Exton-on-Severn is a Grade II listed summer house and an octagonal tower with a spiral staircase and octagonal living spaces, set on Raby Estate. Built around 1607, the modernised cottage offers wonderful views of the Shropshire countryside and a lovely garden.
The delightful garden promises sweeping views of the Shropshire countryside at any time of the year and includes a furnished patio where couples can dine al fresco and reflect on the uniqueness of the building.
The octagonal open-plan space enjoys beautiful views and includes the modern, well-equipped kitchen hidden in a dresser and a tiled floor. The light-filled dining area and comfortable sitting area are masterfully presented and promise relaxation.
Oak windows, external doors and exposed roof beam are found throughout the cottage and the wooden spiral staircase leads up to the bedroom, which features a king-size bed and sweeping views, plus a wood-burning stove. The modern bathroom contains a shower.
Couples staying at The Summer House are assured of a memorable and relaxing holiday and are provided with WiFi, parking, central heating and BBQ, as well as two TVs with Freeview.
The Summer House sits amid the rolling Shropshire countryside, near the landmark of Wroxeter. The cottage is also close to Wrexin, Attingham Park, Wroxeter Vineyard and Ironbridge, plus Shrewsbury and the River Severn.