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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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  1. Suzy

    Verified purchase

    "The Summerhouse was a little piece of heaven in beautiful surroundings. Peace, tranquillity, well designed private gardens with undisturbed views of the rolling hills, the Mogg Forest woodland half a mile away (Iron Age fort on the top) and west-facing fields around Wenlock Edge so a lovely spot to spend time in throughout the day, if one chose. Stunning evening skies with the lovely sheep gallivanting around in front of the chalet, even a black rabbit with the wild ones nibbling close by! There were lots of birds, including buzzards, finches, wrens, song thrushes and blackbirds, so anyone keen on wildlife in general would find this ideal. The Summerhouse had everything inside which one could need, sadly in June the woodstove wasn't needed, but that I'm sure would have made it very cosy for the cooler months. Everything possible was thought of to make the stay for guests comfortable, it really was 'home from home' and with the addition of delicious pure water straight from the spring. The interior and exterior were so imaginative and tasteful, it was certainly a place to linger and a shame the week went so quickly - it would be the perfect retreat for artists and writers as there was nothing except nature and wildlife to detract. The owners were very friendly and welcoming and nothing was too much trouble, even a beautiful vase of wild flowers from the farmhouse gardens to greet us on our arrival. A big thank you to all concerned."
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  2. Adele

    Verified purchase

    "S16726 is a cute cottage in a lovely setting. You need to appreciate there are things you need to remember about the eco side of things but it's very straight-forward and there's a generator as a back-up if the days are dull with no wind! Make sure you take slippers/crocs as the floors downstairs are all flagstones and take plenty of supplies as there's no shops and you may want to stay in for the first couple of days if you've driven a long way. The views from the property are lovely and we did a bike ride from the house around the lanes and forest tracks. We were only there for a long weekend and were orienteering so out every day. It was good to discover the Clun Valley which was a new part of Shropshire for us. It's so quiet and little traffic on the lanes so great for cycling. Trevor was very helpful but also not intrusive and left us to our own devices. The games room is a bonus for families and the swing-seat at the end of the veggie plot is super. As I already live in a rural location with no mains water it was a bit of a home-from-home but with true Eco-credentials. I can see it would be a real novelty for many people and hopefully many who stay here go back home and think more about recycling and simply turning the lights off and heating down."
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  3. Sam

    Verified purchase

    "Staying in Buttercups was a true delight!! Spotlessly clean throughout the owners clearly care about there guests. The kitchen is very well equipped with everything you need to cook for a large group, even down to a lemon squeezer!!!!The indoor swimming pool again spotless was perfect for my young family and the sports area, toddler area was a extra bonus for them to run off steam!! The child's play area was perfect as the games court is next door, so we played tennis and the children played on the toys which gave us a real break!!Inside the owners had thought of everything from children's book and games to a small child outdoor bench. There is lots to see locally Chester Zoo was amazing as was The ice cream farm The owners recommended RAF Cosford which was even free !! We have already booked our next holiday and I would highly recommend this cottage to anyone.None"
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  4. Ricardo

    Verified purchase

    "A very eco friendly cottage was not expecting the cottage to generate its own electric but it does so unless its windy u dont get much power which was not much good to me or the other 2 I stayed there with as we was working in Newtown it was a good 20 mins away sumtimes longer which sometimes was annoying it was a nice place with stunning views but would only really recommend if u dont use much electric or if you stayed in the summer with long light days cos the power only lasted 5mins on the first night which for 3 lads after working all day was no good we could,nt even use a light but was given a generator the next day which helped with the power issue but the owner was helpful and a polite man I would stay again but only as a last resort myself but am sure others would appreciate it under different circumstances"
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  5. Jackie

    Verified purchase

    "This is a get away from it all cottage. If you're looking for luxury furnishings etc. this is not for you (the bed was very comfy though). But if you're after stunning views, being off the grid and privacy, its perfect. Its a quaint little place to get back to nature. There is no heating in the cottage other than a log burner in the lounge, so it started off quite cold even though the fire was lit when I got there, but the owner provided blankets and hot water bottles which were required as it was snowing outside and there are no radiators in the property, he also provided lots of logs for the fire.there isn't any phone signal or internet, and sometimes no TV signal either, but that's what this place is about.it is small, so for 2 people it is ideal, I went on my own and it was perfect."
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