Holiday cottages in Shropshire

Shropshire, with its picturesque countryside, rolling hills, and quaint villages provides a peaceful escape from bustling city life. Whether immersing yourself in history, enjoying the scenic countryside, or savouring the local cuisine, Shropshire offers a diverse range of experiences that showcase the county's unique character and charm. Our hand-picked holiday cottages in Shropshire offer the perfect retreat for those looking for a cosy romantic break for two to larger homes perfect for celebrating with loved ones. From luxurious to affordable, from hot tubs to pet-friendly we've got your ideal holiday covered. Scroll down to find inspiration for things to see and do, as well as find your perfect home away from home.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our Shropshire cottage holidays

Shropshire, located in the West Midlands, is a county known for its picturesque countryside, charming market towns, and rich history. Here are some of the main places to visit in Shropshire:

  1. Shrewsbury: The county town of Shropshire, Shrewsbury, is a historic market town with a delightful blend of medieval and Tudor architecture. Explore its narrow streets, visit the imposing Shrewsbury Castle, and stroll along the scenic River Severn.

  2. Ironbridge Gorge: Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ironbridge Gorge is a remarkable area that played a crucial role in the Industrial Revolution. Visit the Iron Bridge, the world's first cast-iron bridge, and explore the various museums that showcase the region's industrial heritage.

  3. Ludlow: Known for its gastronomic delights, Ludlow is a charming market town with a medieval castle. Wander through the narrow streets lined with black-and-white timber-framed buildings, explore the castle, and indulge in the town's renowned food scene.

  4. The Wrekin: For outdoor enthusiasts, The Wrekin offers panoramic views and exhilarating walks. This distinctive hill is a popular destination for hikers, who can enjoy stunning vistas of the surrounding countryside from its summit.

  5. Attingham Park: Explore the grand Attingham Park, an elegant Regency mansion surrounded by beautiful parkland. Take a stroll through the extensive gardens, visit the walled garden, and admire the opulent interiors of the mansion.

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