Pet Friendly Cottages In Shropshire To Rent
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Jacy - verified booking
"If you want peace, quiet, tranquility, no phones or internet, this is the place for you. Had an amazing 5 days here, lots of walks straight from the barn with the dogs, didn't use the car at all.Very modern and well thought out barn conversion, a bedroom at each end, each with their own toilet, and one with a bath the other with a shower.Very clean and well equipped, high quality kitchen, and had a welcome tray with milk, tea, coffee, sugar and a pack of locally made biscuits, very nice thought.The area is great for dogs, they must be kept on lead though in some fields to protect the livestock. The garden is fenced, but, it is not secure and if you have a smaller dog they could easily get through the bars, as one of ours did to chase a pheasant.This is one of the best places we have stayed in and will without a doubt stay here again."
Adrian - verified booking
"Stayed here in the middle of the heatwave and the pool was a valuable asset. Was great as we could book sessions so could teach grandson to swim without distractions etc which was great. Emma was quick to supply to us with a fan to ensure the heat was not a problem. We moan when its hot and we moan when its cold......Everything you need was in the house and the games area and outdoor play space was great even in the heat. Stair gate provided at the bottom of stairs so is fixed. Showers were hot and nice large kitchen to eat in. TV and DVD to keep you amused and if you want to pop out then whitchurch is close by and shops easy to access.Fresh Milk and Tea and Coffee provided by Emma and James so overall was easy and enjoyable - would go again without doubt"
Alan - verified booking
"We had a family gathering (8 adults, 6 children and 2 dogs) to celebrate a 70th birthday. We loved the spaciousness of the property - the beds were comfortable and it was spotlessly clean.Being a historic listed building, there was not the level of "luxury" one might get in other places, but perfectly adequate. The older children used the internet service extensively, though this was subject to speed restrictions, which caused some frustration.The outdoor table-tennis was a surprise - and we had the beautiful weather to use it.We were pleased that our visit coincided with one of the 6 days a year when the NT part of the house was open to the public - a real bonus.The road access had rather a lot of potholes, but this is not unexpected in a farm track."
Charles - verified booking
"We picked this cottage initially because of its location in Shropshire and because we could take our dog. It was early October and we hit the weather perfectly. Lesley and Steve prestocked the fridge with a few necessities and we lit the wood burning stove ready for settling in later. But first we took a trip into nearby Church Stretton for an evening meal (fish and chips!). Shropshire is a beautiful county with some amazing sights and views which shouldn't be missed. There are also plenty of places to eat and drink plus good shopping. We take most of our holidays in UK and visit a different county every year, but I'm sure we will be back here before long."
Wallace - verified booking
"We had a lovely weekend staying here. We hit a very cold weekend in March and the large farmhouse was lovely and warm but the lounge was quite draughty. It would help to have curtains up at all windows. There was just one window without curtains. We also suffered a power cut and although this was quite common for the area there was only one torch. As it caters for large groups it would have been helpful for additional torches or battery candle lights.The house was generally well equipped.Directions to find the house were good and the owner easily contacted. He was happy to give information regarding local area."