Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Shropshire
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Shropshire is one of England’s most rural counties located between Birmingham and the Welsh borders. Sparsely populated, this seductive county is a true ‘hidden gem’ with its beautiful unspoilt rolling countryside, fine dining, intriguing historic towns and warm welcoming atmosphere. Centrally located, Shropshire is within easy driving distance of almost any location, making it ideal for those looking to get away for a self-catering short break or a longer holiday. Its landscape is unique and has a fantastic diversity of habitats and wildlife, providing plenty to keep outdoor enthusiasts amused. Read More
An enchanting self catering cottage surrounded by farmland providing a cosy country retreat where you can relax and unwind amongst stunning rural scenery. Just three miles from the Shropshire village of Clun and miles of wonderful walks with the Offas Dyke on the doorstep. Plenty of character and a log burner for winter breaks. 4 Star.
Offering the chance to get away from it all, this lovely retreat for two nestles within an AONB within the glorious South Shropshire hills. Fantastic walking, incredible views and easily accessible to Shropshire's many attractions including Shrewsbury, the Stretton Hills and Ludlow for fine dining. 4 Star.
The ideal peaceful holiday retreat for couples in beautiful South Shropshire. Wonderful walking, stunning views, and within easy reach of Shrewsbury, Ludlow and the Stretton Hills. 4 Star.
A pet friendly 4 Star holiday home just ten minutes away from Audlem village where you can enjoy lovely canal walks, tea rooms etc. Sitting on the Shropshire/Cheshire border, guests have countryside walks straight from the front door - an ideal retreat to relax and unwind. 4 Star.
A delightful 4 Star Gold pet-friendly cottage in a peaceful rural position on the Shropshire/Cheshire border. Nestling amongst tranquil countryside with the use of a hot tub, this is an ideal retreat to enjoy a relaxing holiday away from the crowds. 4 Star Gold.
A pretty character holiday cottage sitting in an idyllic tranquil position within the Shropshire Hills AONB between Shrewsbury and Ludlow. Glorious moorland, farmland and wooded valleys provide stunning scenery and excellent opportunities for walkers with Offa’s Dyke and the Jack Mytton Way close by.
A self catering holiday cottage which is full of original character and provides an idyllic peaceful retreat at any time of the year for a family holiday or romantic break. Set within the beautiful South Shropshire Hills in a countryside setting perfect for relaxing, the cottage is within easy reach of Shrewsbury and Ludlow.
Formerly a 17th Century barn, this self catering holiday cottage provides comfortable accommodation within the market town of Bishops Castle in Shropshire. Great walking (ideal for dogs!) and the town offers a section of pubs to enjoy a meal out. 4 Star.
A delightful cottage for two providing the chance to enjoy a taste of country life in a peaceful tranquil position amongst countryside on the Shropshire/Cheshire borders. Perfect for escaping away from the crowds with the use of a hot tub providing the ultimate in relaxation. 4 Star Gold.
A idyllic and cosy coach house just for two, beautifully presented and situated in the dramatic and wild scenery of the South Shropshire Hills. Near to Craven Arms, Clun and within easy reach of Ludlow. Perfect for relaxing, exploring and dog-friendly.
Tucked away in a secluded position close to the river banks, this characterful holiday cottage provides a cosy retreat just for two. With log burner, heaps of character, fantastic walks (direct access onto the Offas Dyke) and glorious Shropshire countryside all around, all the right ingredients are provided to relax and unwind. Just three miles from Clun. 4 Star.
Perfect for a romantic break, this lovely cottage just for two is a short drive from the small Shropshire town of Clun and within easy reach of Ludlow and Shrewsbury. Stylish and welcoming, and perfect for walking, touring or simply relaxing! 5 Star Gold.
Surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside, this lovely stone self catering holiday cottage is ideal for couples who want to walk, tour the area or simply relax in a picturesque rural setting! 5 Star Gold.
A romantic stone self catering holiday cottage for two guests located within beautiful Shropshire countryside, overlooking the valley. Ideal for visiting popular places such as Ludlow and Shrewsbury. 4 Star Gold.
An ideal dog-friendly retreat for couples on the Shropshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire borders - a superb base from which to explore the many attractions of all three counties and ideal for a short break away to recharge your batteries (two night breaks available all year round). Ludlow and Leominster are a short drive away.
A character holiday cottage in the market town of Bishop's Castle in Shropshire on the border of England and Wales. Surrounded by glorious scenery with pubs, restaurants and shops within a short stroll.
A delightful waterside retreat on the Shropshire Union Canal in the grounds of a popular tavern which servies good food and cask ale. Just twenty miles from Shrewsbury, Ironbridge and The Potteries and a great place for a family holiday or romantic break.
Perfect, romantic “away from it all” retreat for two in a brand new stylish apartment conversion set in glorious countryside near Bishops Castle. Lovely walking, wonderful wildlife, stunning views, easy for Ludlow and Shrewsbury.
Sleeping up to ten guests in a high degree of comfort and style, The Coach House provides an ideal retreat to relax and unwind for either a short break or longer holiday with friends or family. It sleeps up to ten, has plenty of space inside with five bedrooms, and outside with garden and additional 'chill-out area' with hot tub, sauna pod and BBQ hut. Sitting in the Tanat Valley on the Shropshire/Powys border, there are an abundance of attractions to visit nearby. 4 Star.
Stylish and beautifully presented throughout, this welcoming dog-friendly holiday home sits in the picturesque Tanat Valley on the Shropshire/Powys border, and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and stunning views that are sure to please those with a passion for walking or simply relaxing! Plenty of attractions and opportunities for lazy days, and an ideal bolt-hole for a relaxing break at any time of the year.
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Its welcoming hospitality and superb local produce makes Shropshire popular with those who enjoy fine dining. The thriving market town of Ludlow has gained a reputation for being a foodie’s paradise with its annual food festival and Michelin star restaurants. This vibrant town bustles with festivals and events throughout the year and embraces the whole foodie culture with great independent shops, a market place open four days a week and numerous eating establishments, transforming mouth-watering local produce into culinary delights.
Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire and the birthplace of Charles Darwin. Set amongst glorious rolling countryside, Shrewsbury is one of England’s finest medieval market towns. Its cobbled streets are lined with black and white timber-framed buildings that provide a haven for shoppers with independent and designer shops to browse. With its lovely riverside walks, famous Shrewsbury Abbey, museums and great selection of cafes, bars and restaurants, Shrewsbury is a must to visit!
Other popular attractions in and around Shropshire include: the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution set within the beautiful Severn Valley; the quintessential medieval town of Much Wenlock; the Severn Valley Railway and numerous remains of ruined abbeys, hillforts, Roman cities and castles.
With its good range of holiday accommodation and a convenient central location, Shropshire is an ideal holiday destination at any time of the year and if you are still undecided, find out more.
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