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Holiday Cottages in Shropshire

If you’re looking to get away from the crowds and leave the rat race behind, booking one of our Shropshire Cottages for your holiday is a great place to start. Shropshire is one of the least-populated parts of the UK, despite the fact that it covers almost 1500 square miles. Given that there are so few people living here, you can expect unspoilt, expansive scenery, with plenty of opportunity for walking and cycling. However, just because it’s one of the least-populated parts of the UK, that doesn’t mean that it’s lacking things to see or do.

Once upon a time, Shropshire was a military stronghold and fortified within an inch of its life, courtesy of William the Conqueror. There’s plenty of evidence of this in the form of Norman castles, which seem to pop up out of nowhere in some of the remotest places. Booking one of our Shropshire Cottages near Shrewsbury will give you access to one of the country’s finest-preserved towns complete with castle, sporting over 600 listed buildings, making it a genuine pleasure to explore.

What’s worth seeing in Shropshire?

Described by the author, PG Wodehouse, as “the nearest earthly place to paradise”, there’s little in Shropshire that isn’t worth seeing. If you’ve booked one of our family-sized holiday cottages in Shropshire, you can hunt out attractions such as the Ironbridge Gorge Museums and get a taste of what the region was like during the Industrial Revolution. Younger kids are bound to enjoy a trip to Telford’s Wonderland, a woodland attraction where actors, mazes, scenery and a little sprinkling of magic all combine to bring your little ones’ favourite fairy stories to life.

If you’ve got older kids in your party, then why not pay a visit to the Battlefield Falconry Centre, in Shrewsbury? While kids of all ages can watch the eagles, hawks and owls take part in exciting displays, only those aged 14 or over can actually book a session to handle and fly a selection of these feathered predators. Alternatively, the whole family can take a ride on a steam train, on the Severn Valley Railway. Covering 16 miles of glorious countryside, it’s a great way to appreciate the sheer size of the county.

Whatever you want from your break, booking one of our holiday cottages in Shropshire is the first step towards a memorable time away.

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Holiday Cottages In Shropshire To Rent

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Holiday Cottages in Shropshire

If you’re looking to get away from the crowds and leave the rat race behind, booking one of our Shropshire Cottages for your holiday is a great place to start. Shropshire is one of the least-populated parts of the UK, despite the fact that it covers almost 1500 square miles. Given that there are so few people living here, you can expect unspoilt, expansive scenery, with plenty of opportunity for walking and cycling. However, just because it’s one of the least-populated parts of the UK, that doesn’t mean that it’s lacking things to see or do.

Once upon a time, Shropshire was a military stronghold and fortified within an inch of its life, courtesy of William the Conqueror. There’s plenty of evidence of this in the form of Norman castles, which seem to pop up out of nowhere in some of the remotest places. Booking one of our Shropshire Cottages near Shrewsbury will give you access to one of the country’s finest-preserved towns complete with castle, sporting over 600 listed buildings, making it a genuine pleasure to explore.

What’s worth seeing in Shropshire?

Described by the author, PG Wodehouse, as “the nearest earthly place to paradise”, there’s little in Shropshire that isn’t worth seeing. If you’ve booked one of our family-sized holiday cottages in Shropshire, you can hunt out attractions such as the Ironbridge Gorge Museums and get a taste of what the region was like during the Industrial Revolution. Younger kids are bound to enjoy a trip to Telford’s Wonderland, a woodland attraction where actors, mazes, scenery and a little sprinkling of magic all combine to bring your little ones’ favourite fairy stories to life.

If you’ve got older kids in your party, then why not pay a visit to the Battlefield Falconry Centre, in Shrewsbury? While kids of all ages can watch the eagles, hawks and owls take part in exciting displays, only those aged 14 or over can actually book a session to handle and fly a selection of these feathered predators. Alternatively, the whole family can take a ride on a steam train, on the Severn Valley Railway. Covering 16 miles of glorious countryside, it’s a great way to appreciate the sheer size of the county.

Whatever you want from your break, booking one of our holiday cottages in Shropshire is the first step towards a memorable time away.

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in shropshire to rent.

  1. Jane

    Verified purchase

    "The positives are that the house is big, the fire is fantastic and is very well equipped for large groups, in fact it was probably had some of the largest cooking pans we had ever had in a rented house. It was lovely and warm due to the fire and the main barn are was very sympathetically done and was a great space to eat and socialise. The rooms were comfortable although the beds were simple doubles, a shame as the bedrooms are large and bigger beds would make such a difference. We did have an issue but it was resolved by the Estate manager that day which was vey good. There were a few negatives but nothing that would prevent us from returning. The main issue is the water pressure in the showers which was very poor - everyone had to take it in turns which for a large group was not ideal. Also not every bathroom had a shower and as most people prefer them, bathrooms with them, had to be used my multiple people. The actual design of the house is a little awkward in terms of flow. Due to fact that the cars were generally parked at the back in the courtyard space, when entering the leaving the house the doors into the kitchen were used as the main doors. All the space to keep muddy and in our case, wet boots and jackets however was located by the front door on the other side of the kitchen. A small thing that was just annoying. The sink leaked and the dishwasher stopped working but a plumber was sent out and fixed them on the same day. We did however have a great time despite the weather"
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  2. Alan

    Verified purchase

    "The initial impact driving up to the barn was "wow"! Beautiful views and tranquil setting. The building itself is stunning; a very imaginative and striking conversion which makes for a unique experience. There was plenty of room for our party of 15, although the room above the spiral staircase did suffer from smoke when we lit the lounge fire (as the room is open to the lounge, there is probably little that can be done about that). The property was very well equipped, with everything you could need for self-catering. Everywhere was clean and the furniture and appliances were of good quality. Some of the showers suffered from low pressure, though the annexe shower was excellent! We would certainly use S16856 again if we had the chance and would recommend it highly."
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  3. ALY

    Verified purchase

    "Overall we had an excellent stay in the S16748 and hope to return there.Our hosts Paul and Julie were friendly, polite, and a great help with knowledge of the area.The cottage was extremely comfortable, quiet (only the noise of the birds most of the time), with a cosy feel to it. The enclosed garden at the rear was a great delight to our 2 Jack Russels, who treated it as their territory and we knew they were completely safe. There was also plenty of open spaces to walk the dogs near to the cottage.The welcome pack was gratefully received and a lovely gesture. We would recommend this to any person who wanted a peaceful pace to chill out and relax in, especially if they owned a dog or two!!We hope Julie and Paul are there for many years and wish them well,Aly and Steve"
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  4. Bev

    Verified purchase

    "Had a wonderful Easter break, the cottage was very comfortable and equipped with everything needed for a comfortable relaxing break. The owners were lovely and had left a welcome pack which included an Easter egg (a nice touch) of milk freshly laid eggs, bacon and a bottle of wine, it was such a nice surprise . When we told the owners that the toaster did not work they were round straight away with a replacement one. The garden was nicely enclosed for our dog and she loved the cottage too and the treats left by the owners !It is a really nice location and our favourite place nearby was Bridgnorth with a good fish n chip chop and nice pubs in the High town and Low town. I would definitely recommend this cottage and would not hesitate to visit again."
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  5. Karl

    Verified purchase

    "A very compact cottage in a great countryside location, distant from neighbours. The cottage is accessed up a farm track a couple of 100 m long, but this sets it up and above the owner's house. Despite being called an "eco" cottage it's really quite comfortable, bottled gas provides for the cooking and wood for the burner does heating and hot water. Perhaps some more effort could be made to keep the draughts out (both doors and windows let the cold air in). The lounge was smaller than I expected, it's really just the small area shown at the bottom of the stairs, but this does mean that you have to sit close to the fire. There were only two of us in the cottage, I think it would have been very cramped with more than 2 adults."
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