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.

Little Brampton Farmhouse is a distinguished rural cottage promising a memorable location for a grand celebration. The pet-friendly cottage near Clunbury in Shropshire offers views over the Clun Valley as well as a hot tub, sauna, games room, cinema room, open fire, plus beautiful gardens and style.

Halford Big Barn is a grand barn conversion offering seclusion and style in Craven Arms, Shropshire. The large and charming rural cottage features fine joinery and décor, exposed beams, an open fire and possesses multiple outdoor entertaining spaces ideal for celebrating a special occasion.

Dating back to 1780, The Coach House oozes country charm and accommodates special celebrations. The grand rural cottage in Craven Arms, Shropshire, boasts log fires, exposed beams and many more traditional features, plus extensive outdoor areas in which to socialise and create lasting memories.

Surrounded by hills, this area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’ has become a Mecca for walkers from all over the country. Choose from it a small stroll to a lengthy ramble. The area also appeals to the fishing community as the River Onny, where kingfishers roam, provides freshwater fishing for all levels. Visit the Shropshire Discovery Centre with its fascinating grass-roofed building to be inspired by a whole host of ideas for things to do or places to visit in this corner of South Shropshire. Take a balloon ride over the hills or follow one of the local Geocaching trails. Immerse yourself in culture and visit one of the many castles in the area – all of which are empty but not ruined or visit Buildwas Abbey, located on the banks of the River Severn – walk in between the stone arches and experience Craven Arms’ rich heritage. Don’t miss The Land of Lost Content’ in the Old Market Hall which pays homage to popular British life from the Victorians to the present day.