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Dog-friendly Shropshire

With varied landscapes featuring rolling hills, rivers, canals, and endless footpaths through fields and forests, Shropshire is a wonderful place for an adventurous dog-friendly escape. Whether you opt to explore the idyllic countryside, or uncover the heritage of the various medieval market towns, you and your pooch are sure to have a trip to remember.
  • Little Whitley, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Shrewsbury, England
    5.00
    Little Whitley is the former staff quarters to the main house, which started life in the 1600s, and has since been sympathetically restored into a stunning self-catering holiday property for up to four guests. The cottage lies within a private 200-acre family-run farm and boasts its own enclosed orchard and courtyard. The orchard leads on to a footpath which, in one direction, takes you to the village of Hookagate with a pub that welcomes dogs and is popular for food, and a regular bus service to Shrewsbury. In the other direction the footpath leads to Hanwood, also with a village pub and local shop. Whitley provides the perfect destination for couples, families and anyone looking for a relaxing rural retreat.
    An open plan downstairs living area combines kitchen, dining and sitting room. Everything about this delightful space syndicates a rural, rustic elegance. The large wood burner creates a cosy feeling in the light, open space, without compromising on modern comforts with underfloor heating, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, and a well-equipped kitchen for those choosing to dine in on occasions. Conveniently next door is the first of the two bedrooms with a kingsize bed, lovely sky light allowing in lots of natural light and an en-suite presenting a wonderful double shower. There is also direct access to the garden from this bedroom. Upstairs the master bedroom has that real wow factor, framed by the original beams with a beautiful superking bed and a vanity area to enjoy, a unique window where you can see the sunset out across the farm. The en-suite also boasts luxury with double sinks, and a stunning freestanding bath and a double shower. Outside, there is a beautiful walled orchard garden, enclosed for you to let your pooch roam around, and or the children play to their hearts content, with table and chairs, perfect for al fresco dining. Whitley’s elevated position enables views of the Shropshire Hills, the Welsh Hills and Shrewsbury Town.
    Dogs are more than welcome at Whitley and there is so much to explore with them in the local area, fantastic walks along the river or across Lyth Hill, or 15 minutes in the car will take you in to the Shropshire hills. Although the property is rural, you’ll be pleased to learn that Shrewsbury is only 10 minutes away by car or an easy bus journey. Set on the banks of the River Severn, Shrewsbury is one of the country’s most picturesque medieval towns. Dotted with flowers and parks, and renowned for the historic Shrewsbury Abbey and Castle, this bustling town is home to a lively independent shopping scene, restaurants, bars and some unforgettable days out. Ludlow is a thriving medieval market town in Shropshire and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year and just under an hour away. From taking a stroll around the beautiful gardens to exploring the nearby countryside, even just sitting back relaxing and taking in the tranquillity of the cottage and its grounds, Little Whitley promises an idyllic holiday retreat.
    Can be booked together with Whitley Burrow UK43594 to accommodate up to 6 guests.
    £101
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  • Old Church Farm, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Discover Old Church Farm, a truly wonderful country home in the rural village of Hinstock, set in north Shropshire. This incredible property has that all important wow factor that sets your holiday apart from all others. Sleeping up to ten guests, escape the trappings of fast paced day-to-day life with your loved ones in tow and enjoy a relaxing break in the beautiful countryside between the market towns of Newport and Market Drayton. The amazing living spaces are perfect for relaxing in with your loved ones. These incredible rooms have character with big, exposed beams as well as plenty of natural light. Gather around the log-burner in the spacious living room with your friends and family, staying nice and toasty all year round. When the weather’s warm open the glass bi-fold doors from the kitchen and let that fresh air in! The five bedrooms are lovely and comfy and offer you and your group a lovely night’s sleep. There’s a master kingsize bedroom with en-suite facilities, as well as three further double rooms. There is then one room with a single day bed which can extend into a further single bed - which is great for children. The family bathroom has a luxurious roll top bath with a traditional shower attachment.
    On summer days, when the weather is good, you’ll want to soak up the sunshine and sit and enjoy the large garden or hop into the hot tub for a relaxing soak. There’s a pizza oven and a gas barbecue to enjoy some al fresco dining, as well as the pretty lawned area where the children can play.
    Take a walk around the village where you will find a small but well stocked village shop with a post office, a friendly community pub and a children’s playground which are only a 7-minute walk away. There are no direct bus routes in or out of the village, however, Newport (approximately 11 minutes’ drive away) and Market Drayton (approximately 11 minutes’ drive away) offer supermarkets, independent shops, cafés, bars, and restaurants to suit all tastes along with the weekly country market, monthly farmers’ market, canal walks and swimming pools/leisure centres, you have the ideal places to discover on your holiday.
    Ironbridge, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, (approximately 32 minutes’ drive away), has plenty to see and do for all the family. Shrewsbury (approximately 30 minutes’ drive away), where ’A Christmas Carol’ was filmed on location, is full of finds to be discovered by foot or by boat. The River Severn is a must, as is the café culture, the castle and the churches that dominate Shrewsbury’s famous skyline. For the more adventurous travel seekers there are various walks and outdoor activities in Shropshire including Hawkstone Follies, an unforgettable day out for all the family with hidden caves, gullies, secret passages and much more.
    To exploring Shropshire’s woodlands and countryside, or just sitting back relaxing and taking in the tranquillity of the house, Old Church Farm promises an idyllic holiday retreat.
    £191
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  • The Tumbling Sailor, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    The Tumbling Sailor’s name derives from an old pub which was previously on the site called The Tumbling Sailors Inn. It was demolished in the early 1900s. This marvellous Shropshire cottage offers groups of up to six a wonderful stay located on the bank of the River Severn, and in the heart of Jackfield, you’re only one mile from the Ironbridge Gorge.
    The cottage has a stylish interior, with modern features, and little touches of rural charm. You’ll love the comfy furnishings, oak beams, and exposed brick. A great spot to socialise with your loved ones is in the open plan living/dining room with comfy sofas, views across the garden and complete with a wood burner. You can stay toasty and enjoy a glass of wine long into the evening. This room also has a large wooden dining table with plenty of space for your entire group, and if that’s not enough there’s a conservatory with more seating to relax in and enjoy a book or cup of tea first thing. The property’s modern kitchen has all you need to cook up lovely meals, including a large Range oven.
    The three bedrooms all sit on the first floor. The master boasts a kingsize bed, whilst the second bedroom has a double bed, and the third two singles for all your sleeping arrangements covered. There’s plenty of space and all have been decorated in calming tones but still showcasing that homely cottage feel. A large family bathroom with a luxurious corner bathtub and shower completes the first floor. Outside the River Severn sits at the bottom of the garden, offering you beautiful views and sounds from the river, and ideal for kayaking and paddleboarding. There are steps leading down, along the way you’ll find lovely seating areas, and impressive gardens great on those sunny days. The garden is enclosed so that your furry friends can roam freely and there’s lots of space for everyone to enjoy a meal outside.
    You’re located near to the wonderful village of Ironbridge, it’s just a quick, 15-minute walk from the cottage where you’ll find quaint cafes, great pubs and restaurants and independent shops to explore. The Ironbridge Gorge UNESCO World Heritage site is a now a maze of footpaths, bridleways, and country lanes. Whilst the village is famous for being home of the world’s first iron-built bridge, built between 1777-79 a collection of ten industrial and Victorian themed museums makes up the Ironbridge Museums Trust, including the exciting Blists Hill Victorian Village. Within driving distance are the popular historical towns of Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Much Wenlock and Ludlow, as well as the Wroxeter Roman City, the Severn valley Railway, the RAF Cosford Museum, and many National Trust properties. The Tumbling Sailor is a wonderful base from which to explore the beautiful county of Shropshire. Pub and restaurant within 1 mile.
    £134
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  • The Cider House, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    The Cider House in Clee St. Margaret is a charming and picturesque holiday cottage positioned in the Clee Hills area of Shropshire. Located just 7 miles north of Ludlow, the cottage offers a tranquil escape surrounded by natural beauty. Dating back to 1747, the cottage exudes historical charm and boasts several original features that add character to the space.
    As you step inside, you’ll be greeted by the beautiful, slabbed flooring that enhances the rustic ambience. The stained glass window allows the sunlight to filter through, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. One of the highlights of the cottage is the original bread oven located in the lounge. This unique feature adds a touch of nostalgia. A cosy wood burner sits within this space to keep you warm during chilly evenings, creating a comfortable and snug environment. For those who love outdoor cooking, an outdoor pizza oven awaits you in the garden. You can enjoy the pleasure of crafting and savouring homemade pizzas while surrounded by the serenity of the countryside.
    The cottage offers more than just a comfortable interior; it extends to a spacious garden that invites relaxation and outdoor activities. A large patio area equipped with outdoor furniture and a barbecue is perfect for al fresco dining and gatherings with family and friends. You can bask in the sunshine, take in the fresh air, and appreciate the beautiful surroundings. The garden itself is adorned with plum, apple, damson, and pear trees, creating a picturesque setting. Depending on the season, you may have the opportunity to indulge in the delicious fruits these trees bear. Furthermore, your holiday cottage is designed to be dog-friendly, ensuring that your furry friend can join you on your holiday. A dog run is provided, giving your pet a safe and secure space to roam around, bowls, a bed, and an outdoor hose are also available, catering to the needs of your beloved canine companion.
    The cottage’s location is truly special, as it is situated within 180 acres of the owner’s land. This offers you the chance to explore and appreciate the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside. Additionally, there are 500 acres of common land nearby, which includes a Roman fort. This historic site provides a glimpse into the rich history of the area and offers opportunities for exploration and discovery. Nearby places to explore include Ludlow, hosting famous food festivals and events throughout the year, there’s always a lively atmosphere. It has a reputation for fine foods, award-winning restaurants, speciality, and antique shops. An excellent base to explore the unrivalled countryside for picnicking and walking or nearby towns such as Bridgnorth and Bewdley (Severn Valley Railway), Ironbridge, Much Wenlock, Church Stretton, Tenbury Wells and Leominster.
    £62
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  • 1 Reabrook Place, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    A fantastic townhouse close to the vibrant centre of Shrewsbury. Next to the River Severn. Local attractions. Coleham 0.3 miles.
    £95
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  • The Coach House, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    A delightful, Grade II listed detached red-brick barn conversion on the owner’s smallholding near Llanyblodwel. WiFi. Flexible zip/link beds. Ground floor en-suite wet room. Grillkota BBQ hut seating 18, wood-fired sauna and hot tub. Oswestry 8 miles.
    £166
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  • Dower House Lodge, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Introducing Dower House Lodge, a luxurious retreat perfect for friends, families, and multi-generational groups. This exquisite property sleeps eight and boasts three spacious bedrooms and a range of stunning features throughout. The first bedroom is thoughtfully designed with families in mind, featuring a kingsize bed and two single beds which can be configured to meet your needs. This room offers a comfortable and versatile space for children and parents alike to relax and unwind in with a sofa, coffee table and Smart TV. Prepare to be captivated by the master bedroom, a haven of indulgence. The en-suite bathroom is a testament to opulence, with its rock star-worthy amenities. Pamper yourself in the double sinks, revel in the spacious walk-in shower, or luxuriate in the free-standing tub, allowing for a truly rejuvenating experience.
    The ground floor is home to a kingsize room, perfect for multi-generational families seeking convenience and comfort. Adjacent to this room, a deluxe shower room awaits, complete with a walk-in spa shower. The heart of the house lies in the open-plan kitchen and living room, providing a central hub for socialising and relaxation. This contemporary space encourages effortless flow and connectivity, allowing you to prepare meals while engaging in conversations with loved ones. There is a separate dining room seating and dining eight. Whether you’re cooking a delicious feast or simply enjoying a cosy night in, this harmonious blend of culinary and living areas ensures a warm and inviting atmosphere.
    Outside, immerse yourself in nature as you explore the extensive grounds, including a private orchard equipped with children’s play equipment. Unwind on the terrace, complete with a luxurious hot tub and bar caddy, perfect for indulging in your favourite drinks. From the top garden, revel in breath-taking views of the rolling vistas stretching as far as the eye can see. Enjoy the cosy ambiance around the fire pit with ample seating for dining al fresco and barbecuing, creating an idyllic setting for relaxation and conversation. Experience tranquillity and natural beauty at its finest at Dower House Lodge.
    Tenbury Wells is a charming market town known for its picturesque countryside, historic buildings, and thriving local community. It offers a range of amenities, including shops, restaurants, cafes, and traditional pubs. The surrounding area is known for its beautiful landscapes, with rolling hills, meandering rivers, and scenic walking trails.
    £166
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  • Windy Mundy Farm, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    A beautiful and grand converted granary that rests on a tranquil private estate within the village of Pitchford, Shropshire. Much Wenlock 9.4 miles; Church Stretton 10.9 miles; Telford 14.4 miles.
    £335
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  • 46-47 Lydbury North, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Lydbury North, England
    A chocolate box cottage resting in Lydbury North, Shropshire. Woodburning stove. Period features. Close to amenities. Bishops's Castle 2.6 miles; Ludlow 17 miles; Shrewsbury 22.8 miles.
    £104
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  • The Rookery, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Chelmarsh, England
    3.67
    Being at the heart of Shropshire, these beautiful holiday properties are set in the perfect location for a country retreat, and they enjoy wonderful views of Chelmarsh Reservoir. The Rookery (ref RGGQ) is an exceptional property designed specifically for holiday breaks, with its well-planned rooms and beautiful open views. All bedrooms are en-suite, and there is a large dining area and living room, as well as a separate gaming room to entertain. Kingfisher Cottage (ref RNN3) occupies an outstanding position overlooking the Severn Valley. The large family kitchen with glazed dining area overlooks the garden and outside patio area, whilst the spacious comfortable living room offers a wood-burning stove for cosy evenings in. The property has the added benefit of a ground floor en-suite bedroom, as well as five further en-suite bedrooms on the first floor. The gardens and barbecue area provide wonderful waterside views. They are very much geared for family groups and celebratory gatherings. Surrounded by the owners’ farmland, with footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes from the doorstep, these properties are the perfect country retreat. Another popular pastime in the area is fishing, which is available for guests of the cottages on Chelmarsh Reservoir and also on the River Severn (day permits can be purchased from local fishing tackle shops). Ideally located near to the historic town of Bridgnorth and the Severn Valley railway, with RAF Cosford a short drive away, the cottages make an ideal base for touring. The Ironbridge Gorge Museum and the hills of the Long Mynd and Wenlock Edge are about 10 miles away, whilst there are many interesting walks from the door as well as numerous picturesque villages waiting to be explored. Further afield a great place for a day trip is the West Midlands Safari Park. Shops 3 miles, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
    £378
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