Nestled away, near the Welsh border in Shropshire, Craven Arms, often referred to as ‘The Gateway to the Marches’ is an impressively beautiful place to stay and offers a good choice of cosy Shropshire holiday homes. Dubbed so beautiful that its enemies couldn’t bring themselves to destroy it on invasion, is why Craven Arms in South Shropshire has remained so unspoilt after centuries of opportunities for it to be demolished. A perfect example is Stokesay Castle, still completely intact after seven centuries of weathering and potential beatings.
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The Olde Cowshed offers couples, families a two-bedroom luxury cottage with a games room, home gym and hot tub on a 250-acre working farm in Westhope Village, This Shropshire holiday cottage is surrounded by the beautiful countryside with easy reach of many attractions. Pets welcome.
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Wassall Barn is a sophisticated barn conversion sitting on lush grounds in Craven Arms, Shropshire. The pet-friendly property enjoys glorious countryside views & boasts spacious rooms with an open-plan design and abundant natural light. Trussed full-height ceilings complement the contemporary style.