This former railway cottage in Bridgnorth was turned into a work of art by its former owner, artist Antony Dracup, and all its features have been preserved. This spring, it opened as an unusual holiday cottage: the living room has an Alice in Wonderland theme, the breakfast room resembles a railway platform, the bedroom is the “hobbit’s lair” and the bathroom is modelled on a boiler room. There is also an art room, with Dracup’s 360-degree mural of Bridgnorth and, most spectacular, his huge hand-carved sandstone cave, with arches and pillars. The cottage is on a steep cobbled lane off the town’s main street.
From £289 for two nights, sleeps two,

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