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Shropshire

Read on to discover some of the attractions you can enjoy whilst staying at one of our Shropshire cottages. Tucked away on the Anglo-Welsh border, this county has been surprising visitors for years and by selecting one of our holiday cottages Shropshire and its many treasures can be discovered.
If you love unspoilt countryside, visiting historic towns and experiencing a sense of the past then a holiday cottage Shropshire break could be just for you. Here, you can appreciate the sentiments of A E Houseman's personal, nostalgic poem A Shropshire Lad. You may be surprised to learn this is excellent walking country; the prominent Wrekin, the summit ridge of the Long Mynd and the more menacing jagged outcrops of the nearby Stiperstones are all a draw for ramblers, while those seeking less of a challenge head for the gentler, wooded limestone escarpment of Wenlock Edge.
There is a wealth of historic towns to visit in Shropshire. Its capital, Shrewsbury, almost an island on the River Severn, is one of England's finest medieval market towns. Further downstream is Bridgnorth; perched on a cliff above the river, its famous funicular railway links its 'high' and 'low' towns. Here, the carefully restored Daniels Mill is the largest working waterwheel to power a corn mill in England. Much Wenlock is a quintessentially English town at the northern end of Wenlock Edge. Just down the road is Church Stretton with its celebrated Stretton Antiques Market. Due to its location at the foot of the Long Mynd, it is sometimes referred to as Little Switzerland.
In the north of the county, the vibrant market town of Oswestry sits between the patchwork plains of Shropshire and the hill country of the Welsh borders, while in the south, Ludlow likes to portray itself as the small town with the large reputation for good food and drink. It's not just at festival time (in September if you're interested) that Ludlow attracts food-lovers. The town has a lively market, several speciality food shops and restaurants. The Ludlow Food Centre is a unique food shopping experience, where farming, food production and retailing come together to create a very special environment; here, 80 per cent of the food originates in Shropshire and the surrounding counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Powys. Visitors can see their food being made in glass-fronted production kitchens that surround the food hall and choose from thousands of local products. There is also the Conservatory Barn Cafe serving fresh local and seasonal food.
When it comes to staying in holiday cottages Shropshire also offers a fascinating insight into our industrial heritage. No stay at any of our Shropshire cottages would be complete without a trip to Ironbridge Gorge in the beautiful Severn valley, cradle of the Industrial Revolution. While the great icon of this World Heritage site is the Iron Bridge itself, there are many other attractions to visit here. To fully appreciate the Gorge and its place in the story of Britain's development, visitors can buy an entry pass to all ten museums and walk between them. Reminders of the past are everywhere. Sleeping furnaces and abandoned railway tracks are now mellowed by nature; in the valley, amidst the bird song, the sound of gushing of water comes not from a natural source but from the complex series of man-made watercourses that once powered industry here. All in all, a great day out and one more good reason for booking a break at one of our Shropshire cottages. ... Read More »

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  • White Lodge

    White Lodge

    Property Reference Number:
    E5112

    Cleobury Mortimer, nr. Ludlow.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Walk to shop, French windows to patio, short drive to Ludlow. This is one of several of our Shropshire cottages with great walking ...
    Sleeps: 2
    Weekly price range: £233 - £467
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  • Brook Cottage

    Brook Cottage

    Property Reference Number:
    E2761

    Wall-Under-Heywood.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Comfortable, short walk to pub, wheelchair access. When we last stayed at one of our cottages in Shropshire we walked on the great ...
    Sleeps: 4
    Weekly price range: £234 - £544
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  • Middle Barn Cottage

    Middle Barn Cottage

    Property Reference Number:
    E2835

    Seifton, Craven Arms.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Panoramic views, pet friendly, wood burning stove. With a deserved reputation for good food and drink, a holiday in one of our cott...
    Sleeps: 2
    Weekly price range: £263 - £513
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  • White Cottage

    White Cottage

    Property Reference Number:
    E4785

    Cleobury Mortimer, nr. Ludlow.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Pet friendly, inglenook fire, walk to shop, short drive to Ludlow. This is one of several of our Shropshire cottages with great wal...
    Sleeps: 2
    Weekly price range: £265 - £559
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  • Weston Lodge

    Weston Lodge

    Property Reference Number:
    E5504

    Weston, nr. Oswestry.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Fishing lakes on site, walk to pub, one mile from border town of Oswestry....
    Sleeps: 4
    Weekly price range: £273 - £674
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  • Stretton Lodge

    Stretton Lodge

    Property Reference Number:
    E5505

    Weston, nr. Oswestry.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Fishing lakes on site, walk to pub, one mile from border town of Oswestry....
    Sleeps: 4
    Weekly price range: £273 - £674
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  • Stevannah

    Stevannah

    Property Reference Number:
    E5287

    Bishops Moat, nr. Bishops Castle.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Panoramic views, comfortable, pet friendly, toddler friendly. With a deserved reputation for good food and drink, staying at one of...
    Sleeps: 3
    Weekly price range: £281 - £559
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  • The Bothy

    The Bothy

    Property Reference Number:
    E2934

    Clun, nr. Craven Arms.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Listed building with riverside garden, short walk to pubs and shop. When it comes to holiday cottages Shropshire can offer some gre...
    Sleeps: 2
    Weekly price range: £281 - £559
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  • The Pigsty Cottage

    The Pigsty Cottage

    Property Reference Number:
    E2783

    Oswestry.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Stunning views, pet friendly, wood burning stove, walk to pub and shop, walks from doorstep. This is just one of several of our Shr...
    Sleeps: 3
    Weekly price range: £281 - £559
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  • Rose Cottage

    Rose Cottage

    Property Reference Number:
    E4791

    Selattyn, nr. Oswestry.  View on map>

    In a nutshell: Hot tub, wi-fi, wood burning stove, pet friendly. These are two holiday cottages in Shropshire, a quintessential England county. Bu...
    Sleeps: 4
    Weekly price range: £298 - £674
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