Shropshire Holiday Rentals
A Shropshire holiday cottage is a lovely way to enjoy this beautiful part of England. As well as its 32 castles, grand stately homes such as Attingham Park near Shrewsbury, the "finest view in England" from Bridgnorth (according to Charles 1st) and the 16-mile Severn Valley Railway, Shropshire is also lesser known to visitors as the home to the birthplace of the mythical pair, King Arthur and Guinivereor and for the glacial lakes of Ellesmere. It's a county of beautiful half-timbered homes such as Ludlow with its fine Tudor shops and historic castle.
Standing in a rural Shropshire location in Bronygarth near Chirk, the list of rooms in the large and magnificent Brookside Manor House reads like a Cluedo set: a library, conservatory, snooker room, drawing room, swimming pool, gym and squash courts. Perfect for big weekend country house parties.
10 Bedrooms - Sleeps 30 - View Listing
A delightful pair of Shropshire Holiday Cottages in Bishop's Castle, let independently or together. Between them, The Old School House and Cottage sleep 17 in 9 bedrooms. Comprising a detached Georgian house with adjacent detached cottage and hot tub offering large and characterful accommodation.
9 Bedrooms - Sleeps 17 - View Listing
The Grange is a luxury holiday cottage in Shropshire with a hot tub within a 60-acre rural estate with scenic rural views. This large and spacious holiday home near Shrewsbury sleeps 12 in 7 bedrooms - all en-suite.
7 Bedrooms - Sleeps 12 - View Listing
A charming mid-terraced Alberbury holiday cottage, full of character, with original oak beams and trusses, and wood burner in the open plan living area. It sleeps 6 in 3 delightful bedrooms all with en-suite facilities. Add in the private patio with hot tub, and this is a perfect cottage for a famil...
3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 6 - View Listing
This charming Grade II listed Shropshire holiday cottage in Bishop's Castle sleeps 15 in 6 bedrooms in the tranquil Shropshire market town of Bishop's Castle. Perfect for countryside walking holidays along the England Wales border for families or friends. Pets welcome.
6 Bedrooms - Sleeps 15 - View Listing
The Milking Parlour is one of five high-quality brick-built holiday barn conversions in a lovely rural setting on a 250-acre farm, in the countryside on the edge of Westhope, a small village, just six miles from Church Stretton in Shropshire. This large, pet friendly holiday property sleeps 11.
5 Bedrooms - Sleeps 11 - View Listing
Fully equipped cottage for two people, in Shropshire, on the Worcestershire, Herefordshire borders, dogs welcome, big garden garden Near Tenbury Wells and Ludlow
1 Bedrooms - Sleeps 2 - View Listing
The Sheep Shed at Upper House Farm sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. This lovely farm barn conversion with hot tub sits on a 220-acre arable farm, in the rural village of Alberbury, 9 miles from Shrewsbury in Shropshire. Perfect for family holidays!
3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 6 - View Listing
Luxury holiday cottage on a working sheep farm
9 Bedrooms - Sleeps 24 - View Listing
Guests at The Hayloft, a large Shropshire holiday cottage sleeping 10, can enjoy a blend of exercise and relaxation during their stay. It's part of a small rural complex which offers a hot tub, indoor heated pool, tennis court, squash and a host of walks in the stunning Shropshire countryside.
4 Bedrooms - Sleeps 10 - View Listing
Rosehill is a characterful and child friendly holiday cottage accommodating large groups, sleeping 20 in 8 comfortable bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms in a rural hamlet a few miles from Market Drayton in Shropshire.
8 Bedrooms - Sleeps 20 - View Listing
Shropshire offers more than its fair share of picturesque old-fashioned market towns; for example Church Crellon, (which is also known as Little Switzerland), Ludlow, Wroxeter and Oswestry. From the medieval town of Shrewsbury (birth place of Charles Darwin), the Victorian industrial museums at Ironbridge, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, to the contemporary international Story-telling Festival, ",Tales From the Edge" in Much Wenlock. Both Ludlow and Much Wenlock (birthplace of the modern Olympics) also boast two Michelin-starred restaurants. From the Christmas Miseltoe Festival in Tenbury Wells in the south of the County to towpath walks along the Grand Union Canal at Market Drayton in the North, Shropshire, as a self catering holday destination seems to have it all.