It was at Ironbridge, Shropshire that first large scale production of cast iron was developed using a process pioneered by Abraham Darby. Items made in Ironbridge were shipped all over the world.
Here in 1779 the worlds first cast iron bridge was built spanning the River Severn - beautifully constructed, totally innovative - today the Ironbridge stands as a permanent reminder of our industrial past.
Ironbridge is regarded as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site - sitting alongside The Taj Mahal, The Pyramids and The Grand Canyon - pretty important sites.
Each of these four 4* Shropshire self-catering accommodations have been built and furnished to the highest standard with an open minimalist feel to it featuring a fully equipped kitchen, two en-suite bedrooms that can be arranged as twin or double accommodation and storage room for golf/ fishing equipment.
The perfect holiday accommodation in a peaceful and scenic location.