Wheelwright's Shop

Lydbury North, Shropshire, England

Authentic Craftsmen's Workshop dating back to 1840 sleeping a couple or 2+2, with views over a lake and of the Shropshire hills.

Key Points

  • Converted Craftmen's Workshop dating back to 1840 located near Lydbury North.
  • Sleeps 2 guests on a mezzanine level with space for 2 more on a sofabed.
  • Open plan living area with a wood burning stove to keep you warm & cosy.
  • Views over a lake and the stunning Shropshire hills.
  • Set on an estate with an arboretum to explore plus close to historic castles and market towns.



Reduced rates for weekly stays with Monday or Friday arrivals.

Wheelwright's Shop is an authentic Craftsmen's Workshop from the Powis Estate with history dating back to 1840. It has since been converted into a charming cottage overlooking a lake for a couple, although 2 more can sleep on a sofabed.

Step inside the large bifold doors to find a bright open plan living, dining and kitchen area fit with a number of quirky objects such as wooden carvings and craftsmen’s tools to discover. This space offers a double sofa bed (which can be partitioned with heavy curtains for privacy), a wood burning stove and Aga to add warmth in the cooler evenings. Venture up the beautiful handmade staircase to find the cosy double bedroom on a mezzanine level with a sloping roof and charming wooden beams.

Bedding and towels are provided. Additional camp beds and travel cots can be arranged on request. Dogs welcome.

The cottage is set on an estate where you can be kept busy for hours exploring the beautiful arboretum, both for the ancient trees and hidden treasures. Alternatively you can visit the nearby historic castles and market towns. 

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Room Types







 Dining area


Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Country walks

 Lake / River

 Pub / Bar



On Arrival

 Included - Linen

 Included - Towels






Young Children



 Free parking

Nearest Airport/s


Content updated on 2nd November 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Team at Walcot Hall from Wheelwright's Shop