Duken Courtyard Cottage, a self-catering holiday cottage set in glorious Shropshire countryside near Bridgnorth, joined to the owner s Victorian country house, in the rural hamlet of Wootton near Claverley, the house is surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside and is only 5 miles from the delightful town of Bridgnorth.
Duken Courtyard Cottage features 1 double/twin room, and 1 double sofa bed in the open plan living room. There is a fully equipped kitchen and a dining area. The lounge boasts a flat-screen TV, a CD and DVD player and an iPod docking station. Parking is also available.
Guests can use the owner s large garden, and barbecue facilities are available at a surcharge. There is also a playground area for children.
The property is located on the edge of the National Trust Dudmaston and is perfect for a couple wanting to get away for a short break or long weekend or for the business traveler who prefers home comforts rather than a hotel.
If you have satnav use WV15 6EA as our postcode to find us, or directions as below:
From Wolverhampton: follow the A454 towards Bridgnorth, passing through Shipley, at Royal Oak roundabout continue on A454 Bridgnorth. At next roundabout take A458 for Stourbridge and then follow directions below from Bridgnorth.
From the Bridgnorth: follow the A458 towards Stourbridge. Travel approx 4 miles to a crossroads and turn right for Quatt. Then, take the immediate first left. Duken House is a large Victorian House and is the last house on the right.
From Stourbridge: follow the A458 towards Bridgnorth, passing through Stourton, Enville and Six Ashes. After Rushmere petrol station/shop, turn left for Quatt, then take the immediate first left. Duken House is a large Victorian House and is the last house on the right.
From Kidderminster: follow the A442 towards Bridgnorth, passing through Shatterford, Alverley and Quatt. Turn right in Quatt by the church, follow the lane for 1 mile, through the ford, take the next left. Duken House is a large Victorian House and is the first house on the left.
Duken House has a yellow front door and two tall chimneys, park in front of the house nose in to the holly hedge (please avoid using next door s drive to the barn conversions). The cottage is to the right of the main house through a small courtyard. Please be aware there is a step down into the courtyard and a step up into the cottage. Lights will come on automatically in the dark but please take care in the dark or when the courtyard is wet.
You can check in from 15:00. You need to check out by 11:00.