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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

More Shropshire Cottages

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.

  1. Laura

    Verified purchase

    "This was our second time at S16771, and we stayed for 2 weeks this time. Our young son is autistic and he really enjoyed his week here last year so it seemed a no brainer to return this year. Again, we were not disappointed, except with the weather the first week, which Bev and Mark cannot be held accountable for!The cottage is very well kept, clean, tidy and well equipped. The garden is enclosed and private and great for kids running around, and there is also the added bonus of the farm animals at the very top of the garden (they are fenced in) for the kids to see.As always Bev was extremely welcoming and we thoroughly enjoyed the home made cake she left in the fridge for us, and the one she very kindly baked for our son the second week too!! There is lots to do around the area, but if you get the weather, it's lovely to just sit and relax in the garden too. My only gripe is that there are no sun chairs. They would be a very welcome addition, so you can have somewhere comfortable to sit if you are soaking up some rays. The hot tub is great, my son looked forward to getting in it every day! I can't recommend S16771 highly enough. We shall be returning sometime in the future for a 3rd visit!"
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  2. Hugh

    Verified purchase

    "We were looking for somewhere to switch off from day to day life and S16709 enabled us to do that. The cottage was well equipped and in a quite location even though the road is close by (very little traffic by the way). The bedrooms are large and the shower is brilliant.When we arrived the cottage was cold (our hosts had warned us they had to go away that weekend), but we easily found the heating control panel in the entrance hall and pressed the override button to switch the heating on. The cottage was toasty within 15 minutes. The wifi was limited within the cottage as the router is in the host's house behind. We could only get it in the dining room and near the door. We also noted mobile phone signal was very poor at best in the cottage. To be honest, none of this bothered us. Would we stay again? Yes.Places we visited: The Crown Inn for food, The Spaceguard Centre to learn about Near Earth Objects (highly recommended), Ludlow Brewery for sampling their beers, Ludlow Kitchen for food, Stokesay Castle (The audio guide enhances the self guided tour extremely well.) and Acton Scott Historic Working farm."
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  3. Jaime

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely, spacious, comfortable, and charming cottage. Cooking was a delight, the bath tub luxuriously large, the fireplace beautiful. A great place to relax with the river running right by the front windows. Brian and Gilly were very helpful and friendly. The cottage came stocked with many everyday necessities. So many tourism pamphlets to browse through, we didn't get the chance to read half of them. Handy yellow pages available which we needed when our car broke down. Other cottages we've stayed at took ages to learn how to operate, but everything was very easily laid out in this one; useful guide book for the cottage, written out in a sensible format to quickly look up questions. Our dogs and daughter especially loved playing in the river."
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  4. Val

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was lovely - very welcoming, comfortable and clean. Really spacious and beautifully decorated throughout. there were lots of unusual knick knacks and personalised pictures. The owners were very friendly and helpful and told us about lots of local places to visit.On the down side the TV didn't have a very good reception, which hopefully is fixed by now but was very frustrating at the time.The hallway was very cold and needed a heater or something to take the chill off at night.Some of the kitchen cupboards were locked, which surprised us at first but we had enough space for everything so it wasn't a problem. There were only two of us, with more people this may have been a problem.Overall we loved it and would visit again."
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  5. Celia

    Verified purchase

    "Comfort - very old soft sofas - no support and 3 glaring spotlights not dimmable to watch TV with. It out of date remote instructions eg for Blaupunkt read Bush so struggled daily to find the channels. Instructions for dummies needed.Deep step near one bedroom not visible in dark so needs a white strip on it. No clothes stand in hall so wet outdoor clothes either thrown on sofa there or ? Disappointed that only one shower which we had to share with a friend as he was unable to use the bath (77). The local pubs good but not close to walk. Area a maze of lanes.Suggest all owners live in their cottages and think hard about other people's needs. No amount of big cushions and nice ornaments can make up for practical items."
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