If enjoying one country on holiday simply isn’t enough, then a holiday house in Oswestry is the perfect base from which to explore the best of England and Wales! Oswestry, a rural market town in Shropshire, is one of the oldest borderland settlements in the UK, lying close to the Welsh border. Close proximity to Wales gives Oswestry an interesting mix of culture, with traditional English Inns and thatched holiday houses contrasting nicely with the many Welsh place names and Welsh speaking locals in the town.
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.