Porch House

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Accommodation Category: Self Catering

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  • Charming, interesting, historic accommodation 

     Two beautiful one bed ( can be converted to two beds by arrangement) apartments in the historic Porch House, a grade II * listed 16th century timber framed town house in the centre of Bishops Castle. The timber in the house has been dated to the year of Shakespeare’s birth 1564. Apartment 1 is on the ground floor, and is the better one to book if you need storage for bicycles, or have a baby.  Apartment 2 is up a short stair case.

    The space
    Charming, interesting, and comfortable accommodation in an apartment attached to an artist’s home in the market town of Bishops Castle. Timber in the main house has been dated to 1564, the year of Shakespeare’s birth. The accommodation includes a sitting room with television, bedroom with King size bed or by arrangement two singles (apartment 1) or Queen size bed (Apartment 2), television, bath with shower over, kitchen with dishwasher. Guests are welcome to use the washing machine and dryer in the main house by arrangement.

    Guest access
    There is off road parking behind the house accessible from Union Street and free parking on the High Street. Sat nav postcode for parking is SY9 5DF

    Other things to note
    The pub over the road has great music evenings, on most Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays which is free to anyone popping in for a drink. They can be heard from the Porch House but are generally over by 11.30
    The town hall bells are a lovely sound but it can be disturbing if you’re a light sleeper, ear plugs are supplied.
    We can provide a cot and a high chair by arrangement


    Both holiday apartments are available to book through Airbnb.


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  • Directions:

    Just down from the Town Hall in Bishop's Castle

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  • Directions:

    Just down from the Town Hall in Bishop's Castle