Renting Holiday Cottages in Shropshire is an excellent idea for those who want a relaxing break. Most cottages will have everything that you need for your stay so if you don’t want to see anyone else during your break there will be no need to. For a romantic break why not try one of the cottages in Shropshire with a hot tub? Many cottages are secluded so you can be sure that there will be no neighbours to disturb you.
Exploring the Shropshire countryside can be done in a number of ways but there is only so much you can see when driving around, so with the Holiday Cottages in Shropshire as a base you can see so much more. There are a number of walking trails in the county which are perfect for those who like an active break. Offa’s Dyke National Trail covers 177 miles and forms the old border between England and Wales. It is a trail that is not for the feint-hearted but walking the full length of the dyke is not compulsory! The trail is popular with those who walk to raise money for charity so it is a good chance to meet other walking enthusiasts.
Renting Holiday Cottages in Shropshire is also a good idea if you want to spend some time in the towns and cities of the county. Whitchurch is an old market town that attracts many tourists each year and it is worth a visit to take in some of the period features of the town. Bishops Castle is a small town in the hills close to the Welsh border and has a beer festival each year which proves to be very popular with visitors.
Church Stretton is one of the oldest villages in the county and is perfect for those who want to experience village life. Take advantage of the traditional features such as farmer’s markets, old fashioned shops and quaint pubs. So if you are considering spending some time off in this beautiful location in the heart of England then the Holiday Cottages in Shropshire are a self catering option you should look into.