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Sleepy Hollow, 127 the Calcutts, Church Road, Jackfield, Telford, Shropshire, TF87LW

Description of the cottage holiday

Visitor reviews for Sleepy Hollow, a property in Jackfield, Telford and Wrekin. Sleepy Hollow holiday property in Jackfield with 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4 and has 1 bathroom. Sleepy Hollow in Jackfield does not have broadband with prices from £285 and has a garden and a television.

Best Features

Sleeps: from 1 to 4

Pets: Yes

Contact Details

Contact Name: Sykes Cottages

Telephone: 01244 746200

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Reviews

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2 of 5 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 08/2023
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Fabulous little hideaway, cosy and welcoming well equipped home from home. Super pubs within walking distance. Great walks and the museums are a must. There is so much to see here. The welcome pack is great everything from home-made bread to sausage egg and bacon.

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3 of 7 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 08/2022
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We arrived after a 6 hour journey to to the most beautiful hidden gem of a cottage, perfect for relaxing in.

It's close enough to the local amenities that you can walk to them, pubs included, but far enough away from the rest of the world that you could be in the middle of nowhere and still have the Severn at the bottom of the garden.

The cottage has everything that you will need, and more, for a self-catering stay with a lovely new kitchen.

The very comfortable living area is light and airy with lots of seating, books, DVDs etc for nights in. The dining area is great with stone and wooden floors throughout.

The star of the show is the stairs which lead to the cosy bedrooms with plenty of storage space and a bathroom with good shower (a must for me!) and bath.

I can't really say too many good things about Sleepy Hollow if I'm honest but come prepared to explore the local area as it is stunning.

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3 of 6 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 01/2020
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We really enjoyed our stay in this lovely cottage. It was a cold week in January and the sun does not get into this part of the Ironbridge gorge, but the cottage was very cosy and warm. It is really well-equipped with everything you need for an enjoyable, relaxing stay. The position is ideal for visiting the museums and for the numerous beautiful and interesting walks, with the church just behind the cottage being a hidden gem showing off the wonderful tiles and bricks made in the area. The kitchen in the cottage has everything you need for self-catering and there are lots of good options for eating out, including a friendly local pub just a couple of minutes walk away. We are looking forward to returning in the summer to enjoy the garden by the river.

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3 of 6 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 03/2018
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We loved staying in this period cottage with all of it's quirky features. Although there are beams, open fires & stone floors, the cottage owners have gone out of their way to fit modern facilities with a fantastic full range which is ideal for cooking up the local Shropshire produce provided in the generous welcome pack!

The cottage is situated close to Ironbridge & it's museums which is ideal; for avid geocachers like ourselves, there are walks from the doorstep across the beautiful gorge so we left the car behind for most of the week!

We had deep snow for a few days so were very pleased to come back to the warmth of this cosy cottage-we will be booking again!

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16 of 34 people found this review helpful
Recommended?  Definitely Date of visit: 12/2015
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As the title suggests, the cottage was perfect in every way and I've probably said it about another cottage but this one is the best I have stayed in to date.....

The access road to the property was more a river than a road but I can't let that reflect negatively on the owners as they can't control the weather and alternative parking was offered close by.

The welcome pack was exceptional and enjoyed by my wife and myself and our dog. The location of the cottage is central to everything in the locality and only time stopped us doing more.

Will definitely b

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21 of 44 people found this review helpful
Recommended?  Definitely Date of visit: 09/2015
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We stayed here as we wanted to be local to Ironbridge, but a little out of the way of the parking issues in the town.

The cottage surpassed our expectations. We have stayed in many cottages around the country and this one is one of the best. The location, near to the Tile Museum is perfect for local pubs (all of which do good food, and accept dogs) and visiting the local attractions.

There is plenty of dog walking. The old railway line is convenient for gentle strolls in either direction. The surrounding countryside offers everything else.

Shropshire has a

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13 of 28 people found this review helpful
Recommended?  Definitely Date of visit: 06/2014
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What an absolutely beautiful cottage in a superb location. A well appreciated welcome pack of food was waiting for us when we arrived. The cottage itself is ideal for all the local museums (we managed 7 out of the 10) - will have to go back to complete them all! Jackfield Tile Museum within about 50 yards of the cottage an absolute must. The only minor drawback was the fact that the road from Jackfield to Ironbridge was under repair and our nightly walk to eat was a little hair raising to say the least (no pavement and very narrow road). An added bonus

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