So proud to pick up our 'Scenic Holiday Home of the Year 2021/22 in Central England Prestige Awards

🏆We are so proud and excited to announce on Monday we picked up our award for winning 'Scenic Holiday Home Of The Year' in the Central England Prestige Awards. This is the second year of winning this award and we feel very excited and honoured to have won it again this year.
The corporate Live Wire Prestige Awards recognises small & medium business that have proven themselves to be the best in their market in the last 12 months.
🏆🙋‍♀️This is what the judges had to say about Ironbridge View Townhouse -
"The judges were impressed by the exceptional service that ensures every stay at the Ironbridge View Townhouse is blissfully unforgettable, but what sets it apart has to be the spectacular views. Guests can spend hours getting lost in the picturesque scenes that greet them from nearly every window, encapsulating the very best about rural England. Historic buildings and tree-lined hillsides take you back hundreds of years to a simpler time and the idyllic sounds of paddles lapping at the water as canoes gently glide by it is a perfect antidote to the ordinarily frenetic pace of life"
Wonderful Review of Ironbridge View Townhouse by one of the Prestige Awards Team
"The ultimate boutique retreat picked straight out of Christmas classic The Holiday, Ironbridge View Townhouse is sure to have even the most stubborn big city lovers scrambling to pack their bags for a house swap amid idyllic open countryside. Located within the landlocked county of Shropshire in the historic village of Ironbridge - widely regarded as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and home to UNESCO-listed Iron Bridge - this beautiful, appointed holiday home could not sport a better location. Views of the Iconic red arches of the 1779 constructed cast-iron bridge can be enjoyed from the home's front windows, with the banks of the River Severn (the UK's longest river.) mere steps away.
The bright red lacquered door marks the entrance to this home away from home. Inside guests are immediately met with the inviting interiors of the spacious kitchen and lounge, furnished expertly to ensure stays are nothing short of relaxing and convenient. The well-equipped kitchen features an electric oven, five ring gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, as well as any required utensils, guaranteeing all self-catering needs are met - whether a quick steaming cuppa or a three-course meal. Flowers, coffee, tea, sugar, biscuits and milk are provided.
The cosy lounge additionally contains a centrepiece plush sofa positioned to face the Ultra HD smart TV with Netflix-connection, with the sash window to the side offering incredible views of the renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site just a short distance away. A game and book cupboard is filled with hours of entertainment, or alternatively, visitors can connect the complimentary Wi-Fi for high - speed browsing or streaming. Within the downstairs part of the house, visitors will find a wide range of local maps, walking guides, attraction highlights and information on all nearby restaurants, pubs, museums and emergency services.
An open-planned bedroom dominates the second floor of the home. Here guests can enjoy a wonderful night's rest on either the king-size or single bed - both boasting pocket sprung mattress and snugly linens and blankets. All meticulously appointed decor lends the elegant bedroom bright and airy feel, and again guests can savour sweeping views across Ironbridge Gorge's centre from the window. Ideal for couples, friends and small families. Ironbridge View Townhouse sleeps three comfortably.
When (and if) you can tear yourself away from the enchanting interiors of Ironbridge View Townhouse, a whole world of exploration awaits. Quaint tearooms, family-owned restaurants, pubs equipped with gorgeous courtyards, and books, toys, antiques, souvenirs and seasonal shops line the high street weaving its way through Iron Gorge's core. The house is further within walking distance of the vast majority of the area's 10 museums, with the Museum of the Gorge located near the Co-op. A must visit is the Blists Hill Victorian Town, this recreated 19th century village welcomes guests to the age of Queen Victoria, where they can experience what life was precisely like "when Britain ruled the World". A full day of fun for the entire family, Blists Hill sees visitors exchange modern money for shillings and pence, discover curious remedies, bag a sweet (or two) from the two centuries ago, collection, and enjoy fish and chips cooked the traditional way in beef dripping.


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