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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
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    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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  • Creamore Grove, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Shrewsbury, England
    Nestled in the heart of Wem, Creamore Grove offers a perfect blend of historic charm and modern comfort. This Grade II listed Georgian family home is an ideal retreat for those seeking a relaxing getaway in a quaint English town. Situated within walking distance of local amenities, it provides easy access to a supermarket, restaurants, a weekly farmers’ market, butchers, bakers, cafes, and various shops. Wem’s vibrant community ensures that you have everything you need right at your doorstep. The convenience of a bus stop close by and a train station within walking distance adds to the accessibility of the location.
    For nature enthusiasts, a short drive will take you to the serene Shropshire countryside, offering a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or more adventurous hikes, the picturesque landscapes of Shropshire await exploration. With both the charming town of Shrewsbury and the market town of Whitchurch within 10 miles, this makes Creamore Grove an excellent base for those eager to explore cultural attractions and local delights of these nearby towns.
    Boasting 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, the property comfortably accommodates up to 12 guests making it perfect for families or groups of friends. Each room is thoughtfully decorated to provide a cosy and inviting atmosphere with a fabulous colour scheme. Modern amenities are seamlessly integrated, ensuring that your stay is both comfortable and enjoyable.
    £212
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  • Marton Hall, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Shrewsbury, England
    Set in its own beautiful, secluded grounds, Marton Hall provides luxury accommodation in a picturesque Shropshire hamlet, 9 miles from Shrewsbury. Sleeping up to twelve guests, this detached Arts and Crafts home has been revived to expose the house’s original character by restoring every detail. The owners have worked tirelessly over the last three years to create a charming mixture of traditional features and stylish interiors.
    Marton Hall provides an amazing stay for friends or family to celebrate a special occasion or just escape to. A spacious entrance hall greets you; the main stairway leads to the upper floor giving access to the west wing bedrooms. The property has six elegant en-suite bedrooms, each offering something unique, from feature fireplaces and antique beds to window seats. Stunning views of the grounds can be seen from all bedrooms, five of which are on the first floor and one on the ground floor. The living area comprises two spacious reception rooms with rich textures and quality furnishings. The living room features a wood burner, and the snug has an open fire along with an Oled TV. To the right of the entrance hall is a large, fully fitted kitchen with an Aga and central island. There is also a large rectangular dining table and swing back benches. The formal dining room features a contemporary library. The games room offers a 3/4 sized snooker/pool table, a games console and TV. A utility room and ground floor toilet complete the accommodation.
    Outside is a large garden room, perfect for al fresco dining or relaxing. The glazing on two sides allows you to take in the wonderful views of the Shropshire hills in the distance whilst sheltered from the weather. There is a sunken lawn surrounded by flower beds. Guests can also explore 150 acres of beautiful grounds with park land, lawned garden, a private lake and surrounding fields.
    The local village of Baschurch offers a small supermarket, two pubs, and a post office, within walking distance. With Shrewsbury approximately 20 minutes’ drive away, there’s a variety of things to do making it a great day out. Shrewsbury is full of finds to be discovered by foot or boat, the River Severn is a must, as is the café culture, the castle, the old market hall featuring local artists and lovely shops and eateries. There’s a produce and farmers’ market held regularly in the square, as well as a fantastic theatre. Visit Ironbridge Gorge, home of the world’s oldest working cast-iron bridge. Ramble through the Shropshire Hills, enjoying the countryside as you go. You can also drive your own steam train or dine in style on the Severn Valley Railway. Or venture over to the iconic foodie town of Ludlow.
    £437
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  • The Roost, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Church Stretton, England
    This delightful dog friendly barn conversion is set within easy reach of the beautiful historic town of Shrewsbury with its fascinating architecture including 600 listed buildings, castle, museums, many independent shops as well as your high street essentials, the famous Arts Trail throughout July and August is just one of its many festivals and it has a wealth of traditional inns and restaurants.
    Easily accessible is popular Church Stretton, on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is fabulous walking country with many famous hills such as the Long Mynd with the beautiful Carding Mill Valley, the Wrekin and the Lawley.
    Shropshire’s finest and most attractive town Ludlow is within easy reach, framed by the gentle Clee Hills, with its impressive castle, magnificent church, half-timbered buildings, Georgian red-brick houses and different markets five days a week such as general, farmers, craft, or antique.
    Bridgnorth has what is reputed to be the steepest cliff railway in Britain and superb cliff-top walks overlooking the River Severn below. From here, during summer, the Severn Valley Railway’s steam train chugs the scenic 16-mile route to Kidderminster. Attingham Park (National Trust), Benthall Hall (National Trust), Ironbridge Gorge and the old market town of Much Wenlock, with its medieval priory, are all within easy driving distance. Set next to the owner’s own property, The Roost is set in a peaceful and quiet part of the Shropshire countryside.
    £74
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  • The Summerhouse, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This detached lodge is set in the grounds of former historic estate and overlooks ground belonging to the owner, and is set just across from a historic walled garden. There is a very popular local pub in the village within walking and driving distance.
    The property is located just outside the village of Baschurch, which is near Oswestry and Shrewsbury, both of which have a number of boutique shops, bars and restaurants for visitors to choose from. The area has much to see and do for all guests, including a selection of museums and art galleries, and the Theatre Severn which stages musicals, dramas and live concerts. The owner has friendly pet pigs, dogs and horses.
    The Summerhouse (UK34933) can be booked together with Pepperpot Lodge (UK12531) to accommodate up to 4 guests.
    £79
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  • The Coach House, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    A lovely barn conversion set in the Shropshire countryside just 10 miles from the historic town of Shrewsbury. Offering spacious accommodation, this beautifully appointed barn with modern styling and high-quality furnishings has been lovingly restored and retains all the original beams. The large utility room leads into the vaulted open-plan kitchen and dining area with beautifully restored original exposed beams. This bright and airy area naturally allows for social interactions while the dinner is being prepared. The kitchen is fully fitted and well-equipped, and patio doors lead out onto the seating area within the gravel garden. Further into the cottage is the relaxing living area with a wood burner, comfortable seating, and a Smart TV. The bedrooms and bathroom are at the far end of the cottage. Both bedrooms have exposed beams and feature brickwork walls. The garden is equipped with a pergola, a seating area with wooden tables, and chairs, and a barbecue. The lockable shed within the garden is suitable for storing bikes. Set within the grounds of Springfield Barns is a 2-acre field that guests can use along with the owners and other guests. There is also a second seating area off the dining area that catches the morning sun.
    The Coach House is situated just outside the village of Baschurch which is near Shrewsbury and Ellesmere. Baschurch offers pubs, takeaways, churches, a large convenience store, and a cash point. The local bus, which operates between Shrewsbury and Ellesmere, collects and drops off on Springfield Barn main drive allowing guests to leave the car behind.
    Shropshire is a gem of a county with so much to explore within easy reach, and is home to Ironbridge World Heritage Site and numerous National Trust sites including Attingham Park. Shrewsbury town offers fantastic fresh dining, individual shops, craft markets, museums, art galleries, and the stunning Dingle set within the Quarry Park. The cottage is set within the boundary of the owner’s grounds and neighbours the owner’s home. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    The Coach House can be booked together with The Parlour (UK10958) and The Dairy (UK10957) to accommodate up to 8 guests.
    £72
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  • Mary’s Croft, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Church Stretton, England
    Set in a rural location, this luxurious property offers guests a fantastic spot to enjoy the Shropshire countryside with the addition of a fantastic private wood-fired Swedish hot tub, which is set in the garden of the property along with a private BBQ hut. If you are looking for a luxury, romantic holiday in a tranquil location, this property would be the perfect place for you! Waiting for you will be chocolates and flowers and a welcome pack for you; the owners have thought of everything to make this is a luxurious and comfortable stay.

    The area is perfect for walkers, with the Shropshire Way passing through the village and within easy reach of the Long Mynd, Wenlock Edge, Stiperstones and Offa’s Dyke path. Shropshire is host to some delightful small towns such as Church Stretton and Much Wenlock, both with a good variety of individual shops and pubs. Bridgenorth, Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, Hereford, Worcester and mid Wales are easily accessible.

    There are plenty of things to see and do including a visit to the Stiperstones Nature Reserve, walks along the Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd, or guests can hire a canoe and enjoy the views that the River Severn has to offer. Guests can also pay additionally for spa packages, (a fully insured company offer this service), locally sourced full English breakfasts, pink or white Champagne and strawberries and wood baskets to fuel the multi fuel burner.

    Set on one level, this luxury property has been tastefully decorated throughout to a high standard with Farrow and Ball paint. The open plan kitchen/living area includes electric cooker and hob along with a wood burner. The bedroom has a double bed and a luxurious, romantic copper bath within the bedroom; a family shower room completes the inside.

    There is a private garden space with patio, furniture, and as mentioned, access to a wonderful bbq hut, perfect for cooler evenings to reminisce together. A Swedish wood-fired hot tub is situated within the garden and seats four guests, making it the perfect spot to sit and sip champagne. Mary’s Croft includes exclusive use of the bbq hut, the wood-fuelled hot tub (prepared and heated for your arrival), bathrobes & slippers, bubbly, flowers and chocolates, and Cole and Lewis products to enhance your bathing experience.
    £156
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    This collection of luxury barn conversions (refs UK33953, UK33954 and UK33955), all with their own private hot tubs, are perfectly located for sightseeing around the counties of Shropshire, mid Wales, North Wales and Cheshire. Local attractions include many National Trust properties, the medieval town of Shrewsbury, conveniently placed along the River Severn, and Offa’s Dyke path which runs close to the property. Llangollen with its steam railway, horse drawn barges, white water rafting and motor museum is a 20-minute drive. The market towns of Oswestry and Welshpool are within 15 minutes’, while Chester and Shrewsbury are just 30 minutes’ away by car, and all offer a large array of shops and restaurants for guests to enjoy.
    These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 16 guests.
    £186
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  • Elsie's Cottage, ShropshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Tucked away in the beautiful village of Pontesford, Elsie’s Cottage is a great holiday home for those hoping to explore the Shropshire Hills. With outstanding views of the surrounding countryside from every window, and attractive features such as original beams, this idyllic cottage has been lovingly kept by the family for generations. It is perfectly suited to one or two couples, or a family of up to five. Pontesford is located on the A488 outside the large village of Pontesbury, south west of Shrewsbury. Being within the Shropshire hills you will be well placed to enjoy long walks or cycle rides in the beautiful and ever-changing countryside. The ground floor comprises a cosy living room with brick chimney breast and original features. The kitchen is well equipped with all modern appliances for your stay. There is a ground floor double bedroom with adjoining family bathroom. Upstairs is a sitting room with double sofa bed and second bedroom with double bed. two adjoining bedrooms, offering flexible sleeping options. A double bedroom, and a snug with sofa bed for an extra guest. There is ample parking for two cars, complimented by a large garden which is a great place to let your dog run free whilst you enjoy the stunning views.

    From Elsie’s Cottage is the Earl’s and Pontesford Hill. Very popular with walkers throughout the year. Footpaths lead around the hill, through grazing pasture, or head up through the woodlands. Two routes are waymarked around the hill; the green signs for the easier route and the purple for the more demanding route that leads to the summit. Just down the road is the larger village of Pontesbury, where you will find a supermarket, chemist, Post Office, butchers and plenty of smaller interesting shops, plus three good pubs to enjoy a meal out one evening. Alternatively spend the day in the bustling and historical town of Shrewsbury, birthplace of Charles Darwin. Famed for its intriguing ‘Shuts and Passages’ and overlooked by Shrewsbury Castle, home to the Shropshire Regimental Museum, the town nestles in the crook of the River Severn. The Quarry parkland follows the length of the river and features ‘The Dingle’; an outstanding formal garden and water feature with lots of seating for relaxing and taking in the view. With museums, the Theatre Severn and numerous independent shops and places to eat, the town has plenty to offer all ages. Within a short distance you can also find the towns of Much Wenlock and Ludlow and various sites of historic interest. A beautiful rural location, perfect for an all-year round break at Elsie’s Cottage.
    £96
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    Oswestry, England
    The Parlour is nestled away on a quiet farm, a great choice for couples, a small family or friends looking to escape and reconnect with nature. Located in the village of Northwood, in between Wem and Ellesmere, the property offers excellent access to surrounding areas each offering many attractions. Just down the road is one of Shropshire’s most beautiful meres, Colemere. It is almost surrounded by mature woodland and has two very attractive hay meadows to explore.
    Shropshire has many special landscapes including the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Stiperstones and Corndon Hill Country crossing the border in the southwest of the county and the internationally important Meres and Mosses in the north. The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site also includes part of Shropshire around Chirk in the north.
    There are several towns just a short drive from Top House Farm which make a great day out. Why not stroll around the town of Shrewsbury, it is neatly scooped up in the loop of the River Severn. Inside the loop are Medieval streets lined with wonky buildings containing original and one-off shops and street names that truly tell a story - look out for Butcher Row, Fish Street and Grope Lane or a little further in the other direction is Chester. When it comes to beautiful cities, Chester is one of the best and should be on every tourist’s ‘must see’ itinerary.
    The Parlour (UK41748) can be booked with The Byre (UK41767) to accommodate up to 12 guests.
    £76
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