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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. Confirmed guest

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    "We stayed at S16766 for 5 days and had a lovely time. We enjoyed a couple of days out in the area, Ludlow is a really cute little town and Hereford is very nice with plenty of new shops aswell as the older side.Lots of lovely places to go on walks and enjoy the countryside.Owners were very friendly, not on site too much which can become annoying sometimes when you feel as though you are constantly being supervised as we have experienced at previous holiday lets in the past. So was nice to feel like we had a bit of privacy.Our children loved the hot tub and the dogs enjoyed the garden.Only thing I would suggest is if the garden could be completely enclosed so we could let the dogs off the lead while we were out there as it gets a bit tedious having to take them out on leads every couple of hours just to pee!"
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  2. Confirmed guest

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    "Thoroughly enjoyed the stay. Even better in real life, pictures don't do it justice. Everything thought of, nice little touches. Only disappointment was that the sauna was broken and we weren't told before. Also the hot tub wasn't working for most of the Saturday, but as we were out most of the day it didn't matter too much. Bit of a pain having to keep the children up late so that they could use it that day though by the time it was ready to use again. Hosts were fantastic, very kind, couldn't do enough. Lots to do locally. Probably need written directions though somewhere for people arriving in the dark as difficult to find. Lovely weekend, definitely go back."
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  3. Peter

    Verified purchase

    "Had a wonderful stay here, a delightful cottage in a beautiful location - peace and quiet, just what we wanted. We were very happy with all the facilities and had tons of space to move around in. We made use of the hot tub, lovely to relax in during the evening watching the sun go down and listening to the birds. We were provided with lots of very useful information about places to visit in the area and managed to get round to quite a few. We visit lots of cottages and other self catering places and the package of facilities, comfort and location put Th e Old Sawmill at the top of the list of ones we would like to return to."
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  4. Maureen

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage itself was very good, (clean, spacious and had everything we needed). The grassed garden was just right for the dog.For me, the location was a big let down, (there was just nothing to do). The pubs, cafes and 'visitor attractions' seem to open when they feel like it. The only exception, within about 5 miles, was the White Horse pub in Clun. You would need to drive to Ludlow for an interesting day out.If your idea of the perfect holiday is to just sit, chill and stare across the fields then you will love it, (but I can do that all day long at home so it just wasn't right for me)."
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  5. Kimberly

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed here while house hunting in the area. The lodge is placed in the Shropshire Hills and is secluded in its plot. The hot tub is private behind the lodge and lovely to relax in the evening. The owners kindly left a bottle of bubbly too! Everything possible was available at the accommodation, from a corkscrew to outdoor toys. There is a tea rooms opposite and shops not too far away. We left one of our bags behind. The owner kindly kept it safe and we collected it the next day. The owner offered us a house so we now live down the road!"
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