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Springfield Barns, Nr Shrewsbury



Lindley Street Shrewsbury Shropshire SY
01694 247832

9 Lindley Street - Shrewsbury

Experience a captivating stay in this newly renovated mid-terraced house, perfect for your holiday in Shrewsbury.

This stylish home has been lovingly designed by the owner to provide a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere for you. From the Victorian-styled bathroom with matching fittings, the oil polished floor boards in each bedroom to the cosy living room and super-equipped kitchen, this is a lovely property to appreciate from the moment you enter, and a fantastic base to explore Shropshire.

The space
As you enter the house, you’ll walk into a cosy living room space featuring a wood-burning stove, set into a beautifully crafted fireplace.

Light the stove (bring your own logs please!) and curl up in front of the TV from the large comfortable sofa, or our fashionable wing-back chair.

The Panasonic TV has Netflix and other channels (with the exception of Freeview).

The kitchen is fully equipped with modern amenities and appliances to cater for your needs. We have an electric Samsung oven and an induction hob plus a microwave, washing machine and dishwasher, and Krups coffee machine, surrounding you with all the homely things that will make your stay remember able (and want to return).
We have provided all the cooking utensils you should need, along with contemporary tableware, wine and water glasses and cutlery.

We have a breakfast / dining table with 2 chairs and 2 comfortable stools for 4 guests to relax, enjoy food and a drink or two.

A door from this leads you to a stunning bathroom with Victorian tiled floor, metro-style tiles with charcoal grouting for a clean finish.

Relax in our thermostatic shower with traditional chrome shower head, or indulge in a lovely hot bath after a day exploring.

Head upstairs to find two beautifully appointed bedrooms on the first floor.
Please be advised that the stairs are quite steep, as normally found in Victorian houses, however there is a wooden handrail on the right.

Both bedrooms floors have been polished with a deep timber oil, and we have one bedroom with a luxurious black and antique brass king-size bed and built-in wardrobe, while the second bedroom features a similar traditional frame presented as a cosy double with space to hang clothes.

Both rooms are elegantly decorated and offer a peaceful retreat after a day of exploring the charming streets of Shrewsbury.

Outside space

Step outside into the grassed rear garden, where you’ll find a patio area complete with a table and chairs to enjoy a BBQ in the summer then disappear inside after drinks in front of the log burner. The perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee or dine alfresco while soaking up the sunshine.

Located in the desirable Castlefields neighbourhood of Shrewsbury, our property is within easy reach of local amenities and attractions. A 10 minute walk into Shrewsbury Centre from here, explore the vibrant medieval, historic town, visit the artisan shops and boutiques, many restaurants, coffee establishments and local pubs, or take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque River Severn into the beautiful town park, The Quarry.

We look forward to welcoming you, where comfort, style, and convenience await. Book your stay with us today and create lasting memories in beautiful Shrewsbury.

Guest access
Guests will have the house to themselves

Other things to note
On-street parking down the street on one side but also there are two small car parks, one halfway down the street and one at the end of New Park Street.

Parking is free across the whole of the Castlefields estate so you will be able to find a space within a minute or two from the house.

We strictly prohibit parties / hen / stag events. If we are alerted by neighbors, we will have to liaise with guests to resolve.


  • Bedlinen and towels included
  • Non smoking establishment
  • On site parking
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
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