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Shropshire Log Cabins

  • Last Minute Cottages - Wrekin  Lodge
  • Shropshire

    Wrekin Lodge

    Ref: S483820

    Reviews 22

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    This small market town in Shropshire has a welcoming and quaint feel to it. Nestled just north of the Shropshire Hills AONB, close to the borders of Wales and England, it is the ideal base for touring a wonderful region of Britain. This town...

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    £82

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Log Cabin in Shropshire
  • Shropshire

    Log Cabin in Shropshire

    Ref: S668030

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    This wonderful bespoke timber lodge has been designed and finished to a high standard throughout. A truly rural escape amongst the idyllic Shropshire Hills, guests can enjoy an idyllic view of the Cound Brook Meadow. This part of Shropshire is...

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    £147

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Shepherds Cabin at Titterstone
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Shepherds Cabin at Titterstone

    Ref: S121162

    Reviews 75

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    Clee Hill village is situated on the slopes of the Titterstone On the edge of Clee Hill Common, in the heart of South Shropshire countryside, it's set amidst renowned scenic walking and cycling country. Only 7 miles away is Ludlow, with its...

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    £100

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Garden Lodge
  • Shropshire

    The Garden Lodge

    Ref: S366640

    Reviews 49

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    The market town of Bridgenorth rests in the county of Shropshire in the heart of England. The River Servern splits the town into two parts; The High Town and the Low Town. The town was once considered one of the busiest river ports in Europe, but...

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    £48

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Sunset Pod
  • 2

    Shropshire

    Sunset Pod

    Ref: S521227

    Reviews 15

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    Minsterley is a bustling village in the picturesque Shropshire Hills, just 10 miles from Shrewsbury, the mediaeval town. Minsterley has a bar, which is one of the village's oldest structures, as well as a shop, Post Office, and a fantastic fish...

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    £53

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Log Cabin in Shropshire
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Log Cabin in Shropshire

    Ref: S230132

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    Enjoying views across the open countryside this beautifully furnished with a warming woodburning stove, creates the perfect romantic bolt hole for couples to enjoy. Situated within the heart of the countryside and nestled within the grounds of the...

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    £59

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Mucklewick Hollow
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Mucklewick Hollow

    Ref: S695164

    Reviews 8

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    The South West Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surround the charming market town of Bishop's Castle. The historic town has a farmer's market once a month as well as a wide selection of restaurants, pubs, and shops. It is...

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    £54

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Holmside
  • Shropshire

    Holmside

    Ref: S819921

    Reviews 2

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    Market Drayton is a small market town which stands on the River Tern in north Shropshire. With the Shropshire Union Canal and the Regional Cycle Route 75 running through the town, it is an excellent base to enjoy long walks and cycle rides. This...

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    £104

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Jacob's Meadow
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Jacob's Meadow

    Ref: S275521

    Reviews 24

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    Chirbury is a charming village resting in west Shropshire in the Vale of Montgomery. Resting alongside the Wales-England border, it makes a fantastic touring base. The village hosts a pub, Post Office and local shop, offering all you could need...

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Log Cabin in Shropshire
  • Shropshire

    Log Cabin in Shropshire

    Ref: S233536

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    Enjoy this peaceful location on the edge of Kinnerley village, near Oswestry. Whatever your interest, it is all within easy reach, whether it s good food, boutique shopping, castles, country houses and gardens, steam trains, horse drawn canal...

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    £216

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Wren
  • 1

    Shropshire

    The Wren

    Ref: S484166

    Reviews 22

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    Shropshire's little market town of Bridgnorth is a great starting point for exploring the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which borders both Wales and England. The town hall, train station, real ale pubs, cosy cafes, and...

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    £62

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Toot View
  • Shropshire

    Toot View

    Ref: S376906

    Reviews 29

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    Nestled in the heart of Shropshire, is the charming market town of Bridgnorth which is separated into two halves, the High Town and the Low Town. Bridgnorth has much to offer its visitors, including a good selection of pubs and restaurants where...

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    £77

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Log Cabin in Shropshire
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Log Cabin in Shropshire

    Ref: S801286

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    Located in the pretty Shropshire village of Sheinton on a 60 acre farm, this is a lovely place to hide away with your loved ones. The village is little more than a hamlet, with its own church, the Church of St Peter and Paul, that dates back to...

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    £185

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Log Cabin in Shropshire
  • Shropshire

    Log Cabin in Shropshire

    Ref: S229652

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    Enjoy this peaceful location on the edge of Kinnerley village, near Oswestry. Whatever your interest it is all within easy reach, whether it s good food, boutique shopping, castles, country houses and gardens, steam trains, horse drawn canal...

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    £194

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Clun Valley Lodges
  • Shropshire

    Clun Valley Lodges

    Ref: S779056

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Secluded Cosy Luxury Pod
  • 3

    Shropshire

    Secluded Cosy Luxury Pod

    Ref: S817341

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    £84

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Belle tent 2
  • Shropshire

    Belle tent 2

    Ref: S786933

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    £103

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Riverside Cabins
  • 3

    Shropshire

    Riverside Cabins

    Ref: S765190

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    £226

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Bluebell Wilds
  • Shropshire

    Bluebell Wilds

    Ref: S769890

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    £56

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Moorhen Retreat
  • Shropshire

    The Moorhen Retreat

    Ref: S527309

    Reviews 18

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    The rural community of Trefonen is located between the historic English border town of Oswestry and the Welsh community of Llanhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, where the highest single drop waterfall in the United Kingdom is located. There is a pub and a...

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    £63

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  • Last Minute Cottages - The Pod
  • 1

    Shropshire

    The Pod

    Ref: S819625

    Reviews 4

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    Just 10 miles from the mediaeval city of Shrewsbury is the thriving village of Minsterley, located in the picturesque Shropshire Hills. Minsterley has a pub, one of the village's oldest buildings, a shop and Post Office, and a fantastic fish and...

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    £50

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Callow Lodge 5
  • 1

    Shropshire

    Callow Lodge 5

    Ref: S12792

    Reviews 25

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    The Rose Award, 5 Pennant AA winning, 50-acre Beaconsfield Farm Holiday Park is exclusively for adults of 25 and over. It nestles in scenic Shropshire countryside, 4 miles from Shrewsbury, one of England's most picturesque Tudor towns. On the...

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    £98

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  • Last Minute Cottages - Redwood Lodge
  • 2

    Shropshire

    Redwood Lodge

    Ref: S821498

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    Between the Shropshire Meres and the well-known Shropshire to Llangollen canal, in the region known as Shropshire's Lakeland, is the charming market town of Ellesmere, with its Tudor, Georgian, and Victorian structures. This tranquil town, which...

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    Shropshire is a beautiful rural county on the border between England and Wales. Whether you want to explore charming towns or try hiking on the Shropshire Hills, you'll find plenty to do. From an interactive prison-break experience to a quiet ride on the Cambrian Heritage Railway, there really is something for everyone. You can also immerse yourself in the history and culture of the area, including the ruins of Ludlow Castle, historic Ironbridge, or the RAF Museum. If you're travelling with kids, be sure to check out the Hoo Zoo and Dinosaur World.

    At Snaptrip we have access to amazing properties in the UK and we can help you find your ideal holiday accommodation. You can find quiet log cabins in the hills to enjoy the great walking and cycling routes, as well as dog-friendly lodges so your furry friend can join in. Or, browse our lodges in some of the bustling market towns in Shropshire and explore the independent shops and regular markets.

    With our range of easy-to-use site filters, we make it simple for you to find your ideal lodges and log cabins in Shropshire. Plus, our best price guarantee means you can rest assured you're getting a great deal. If you have any questions, our friendly customer service team is always on hand to help.

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    Frequent questions

    • What is Shropshire famous for?

      Shropshire is famous for its picturesque landscapes, charming market towns, and historic sites. The county is renowned for its connection to the Industrial Revolution and the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, Ironbridge Gorge, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Shropshire's rural beauty, including the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is also a notable feature that attracts visitors seeking a blend of history and natural scenery.

    • What is the main town in Shropshire?

      The main town in Shropshire is Shrewsbury. As the county town, Shrewsbury boasts a rich history, medieval architecture, and a thriving cultural scene. Its picturesque streets, historic buildings, and scenic riverside make it a popular destination for visitors interested in exploring Shropshire's heritage.

    • What are the must-see attractions in Shropshire?

      When in Shropshire, don't miss out on visiting the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, showcasing the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The medieval town of Shrewsbury offers attractions like Shrewsbury Castle and St. Chad's Church. Additionally, exploring the stunning landscapes of the Shropshire Hills, including the Long Mynd and Carding Mill Valley, is a must for nature enthusiasts.

    • Is Shrewsbury worth a visit?

      Absolutely, Shrewsbury is worth a visit for its charming medieval streets, historic buildings, and vibrant cultural scene. The town's unique blend of history, picturesque architecture, and riverside setting creates a captivating atmosphere that appeals to history enthusiasts and those looking for a relaxing getaway.

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