I was visiting my sister for Christmas and time only allowed a stay of 2 nights in the studio. The big freeze was well underway and all around it looked and felt like the Arctic but the owners had put on the heating for us and the place was toasty. The bedroom/lounge was large and spacious with an apex ceiling and the tv stand, wardrobe, full size sofa, chairs and double bed easily fitted in so you certainly aren't cramped for space. It had one of the most comfortable beds of any accomodation I've stayed in for many years and it was spotless. The separate kitchen/dining area had everything you would need for a self catering holiday and the owners had kindly provided us with some milk just in case we hadn't bought any. The adjoining shower room/toilet, whilst not massive, was more than adequate. Underneath the studio is a washing and drying room and although we didn't use it, it would be ideal for keeping muddy boots and wet clothes out of the studio. The property has wonderful views across the valley, is easy to get to, is very peaceful and seems ideally situated for exploring Shropshire either by car, on foot or on a bike. Take a look on Google Earth and Street View and you can see what it's like.