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 Guinevere or and for the glacial lakes of Ellesmere. It's a county of beautiful half-timbered homes such as Ludlow with its impressive Tudor shops and historic castle.

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The Old Barn is a gorgeous stone-built barn conversion set on 2 acres of grounds near Bishop’s Castle in Shropshire. The delightful rural cottage enjoys fresh country air and lovely views and boasts a generous garden with a hot tub, as well as an interior combining contemporary style & rural cha...

Make Hillgate House in the hamlet of Hemford, Shropshire, your holiday base in the Welsh Marches, an 18th-century stone-built countryside cottage that boasts a wealth of original features, including exposed beams, ornamental Victorian fireplace, and Shepherd’s Hut amidst large lawned garden.

The Dairy in the village of Leighton, Shropshire, provides couples looking for a romantic cottage for a quiet countryside holiday. Guests receive a welcoming gift upon arrival and feel right at home on this working cattle farm nestled in the heart of the beautiful Shropshire countryside.

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.

This hand-built and wonderfully fitted log cabin oozes charm and romance. The entire cabin, from the bold exterior to the charming interior, was designed with Western Red Cedar and thoughtfully furnished to ensure that the country charm is carried throughout his Shropshire eco cottage.

Traditional charm and modern comforts combine perfectly in Trooper’s Barn, a large rural cottage in Shropshire’s scenic Hope Valley. The cottage welcomes families and pets. Sleeps 11 in five bedrooms, a shared games room, luscious gardens, spacious sitting rooms and an outdoor hot tub.

Tucked away in the sleepy Shropshire village of Shrawardine near Shrewsbury, Old Coach House is the luxury cottage with stunning rural views that your family needs for their next holiday. This child-friendly cottage has sleeps six, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Pets welcome.

Offering gorgeous lakeside views and set amidst beautiful gardens, Sham Castle near the West Midlands village of Acton Burnell, Shropshire, is a waterside three-bedroom cottage sitting atop a rock knoll, featuring original quarry tile floors, and a drawing room with oak floors and arched windows.

Black Lion Barn Retreat is a secluded rural cottage set on a working farm in Church Pulverbatch in Shropshire. The sophisticated cottage promises tranquillity and views of the surrounding hills, plus a beautiful garden, an open fire, floor to ceiling windows, a games room, modernity & Yoga classes.

One of four countryside cottages beside a working farm in the tranquil hamlet of Plaish, Shropshire, Spinney Retreat is a two-bedroom stable conversion that makes a countryside holiday feel luxurious, combining comfortable accommodation with access to an indoor pool, two games rooms, and more.

A modern and attractive pet-friendly lodge with room for three, The Callow Lodge offers access to a private hot tub as well as Beaconsfield Holiday Park’s terrific facilities. Many other attractions are also available in nearby Iron Bridge, Church Stretton, or Ludlow.

The Old Dairy is a lovely ground-floor barn conversion dripping in character and situated on 200 acres near the pretty village of Stapleton. The semi-detached, pet-friendly holiday cottage in Shropshire transports guests back to yesteryear blending rural charm with modern comforts.

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Endless activities greet visitors to Oliver’s Mill, a converted barn amid the rolling hills of Alkington in Shropshire. The 18th-century rural cottage boasts style and traditional character and offers woodland, an indoor swimming pool, a multi-sports court & a children’s play area, plus a log fire.

James’s Parlour is a spacious converted Georgian barn set on lush green fields in Alkington, Shropshire. The rural cottage offers an open-plan design plus exposed beams, trusses and brick pillars, as well as extensive furnished grounds with an indoor swimming pool, multi-sports court and play area.

Glebe Barn is an impressive 19th century, detached barn conversion in the delightful village of Caynham in Shropshire. The attractive rural cottage blends modernity with exposed oak beams, trusses & doors, and rewards guests with an open fire, a lovely sun-trap garden, tranquillity & pleasan...

Based near Alberbury in Shropshire, The Old Sheep Shed is a stunningly renovated countryside home with a hot tub, offering luxury family holiday accommodation. The Old Sheep Shed is a 17th-century barn conversion, a lovely rural retreat amidst boundless Shropshire hills.

Corn House on the grounds of a 700-acre farm near Church Stretton in Shropshire, is a luxury holiday cottage with a pool for large groups and families. This Grade II listed barn conversion has six spacious bedrooms, oak bespoke fully equipped kitchen, and access to a pool, hot tub and tennis courts.

Take in all the attractions of the Welsh Borders with a stay at Virginia Cottage, a superb barn conversion on a working farm on the edge of the historic village of Burnell near Much Wenlock. The pet-friendly Shropshire farm cottage comes with two private patios and modern fitted kitchen.

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.

Immerse yourself in resort-style luxury at this stunning eco cottage in the Shropshire countryside. Indulge in the four-bedroom cottage’s pool, play tennis, relax on the balcony or by the pond and s in this grand eco-friendly cottage with four-poster beds, the latest technology and an open fire.

Top Farm House exudes rural charm. The Grade II listed 17th-century farmhouse in Knockin is surrounded by the Shropshire countryside and boasts original beams, uneven floors and antique furnishings, as well as a wood-burning stove, Aga, baby grand piano, four-poster bed, playroom & lovely gardens.

The picturesque village of Bucknell has a train station served by The Heart of Wales Railway and to the south are the traditional cider orchards and black and white villages of North Herefordshire.

This large detached and holiday farmhouse is located in the village of Northwood between the Shropshire towns of Wem and Ellesmere near Shrewsbury A dog-friendly rural holiday home in 40-acres of farmland, it can sleep thirteen people in five bedrooms.

The Old Workshop is an elegant romantic cottage in the delightful Shropshire village of Picklescott near Church Stretton. The pet-friendly, 19th-century cottage boasts contemporary comforts and traditional features such as an open fire, beamed ceilings and a lovely garden with rural views.

Shropshire offers more than its fair share of picturesque old-fashioned market towns; for example Church Stretton, (also known as Little Switzerland), Ludlow, Wroxeter and Oswestry. From the medieval town of Shrewsbury (birthplace 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 (another birthplace, this time for the modern Olympics) boast two Michelin-starred restaurants. From the Christmas Mistletoe 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 holiday destination seems to have it all.