Welcome to Frog Mill Barn at Colemore Farm - self catering accommodation near Bridgnorth, Shropshire
In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, I am complying with the latest guidelines for cleaning, disinfecting and sanitising of Frog Mill Barn during guest changes. I am offering flexibility with booking and if you are unwell within the 14 days of arrival, I am happy for you to rebook at a later date.
Hi I'm Anna. Perhaps you've found Colemore Farm after watching Escape to the Country on the BBC, if so, thank you for tracking us down. Nicki Chapman filmed the update to Alastair Appleton's original programme. It reminds me just how much has happened since I arrived in Shropshire.
A Real Shropshire Retreat
Timber-framed Colemore Farm offers luxury self-catering accommodation, nestled into the heart of Shropshire's tranquil countryside.
Frog Mill Barn has been converted from a rundown threshing barn into a cosy, but light and airy, holiday cottage sleeping up to four people with two bedrooms. It is Grade II listed and a perfect mix of old and new. One bedroom has a sleigh king sized bed which has an ensuite bathroom with a roll top bath. The other bedroom has two single beds and is ensuite with a walk-in shower.
Downstairs is open planned with a kitchen at one end, dining area in the middle and seating area with TV and log burner at the other end. There is also a downstairs loo. At the back of the barn is an enclosed area with a brick BBQ. This faces west so is lovely to catch the sunset with a glass of wine. There are open views to the surrounding fields.
The farm is surrounded by fields and woodland. An amazing place to walk the dog or wear the kids out. Why not try a spot of fishing?
Retreat into the beautiful landscape. Enjoy a gentle walk or cosy up in front of the fire. Maybe enjoy a BBQ in your own private garden. Whatever you choose, pour yourself a glass of wine, sit back and enjoy the views.
Explore historic Bridgnorth with its funicular railway and wonderful market. However, with Shrewsbury and Ludlow only half an hour away by car, you'll be sure to wish you were staying longer. From festivals to foodie delights there is something for everyone. A truly a hidden gem, which surprises everyone when they find out how much there is to offer here. I can't recommend Shropshire highly enough. The World Heritage Site, Ironbridge, is just down the road. It's about a 15 - 20 minute drive. Lots to see and experience.
Just five minutes from the market town of Bridgnorth and twenty minutes from the M54, it's so easily accessible. Yet you could be in the middle of nowhere once you have arrived. A perfect rural retreat.