Holiday cottages Shrewsbury

Those who are after the greatest holiday cottages Shrewsbury,  should visit us as Wisteria Cottages. We have two different types of cottage, each with its own unique features. They come with all the essentials you’ll need. Since you’re out here enjoying yourself though, you’ll want to do more than just sit around all day. Luckily, there’s much to see and do in the area.

Shrewsbury is home to over 600 listed buildings. This includes independent restaurants, cafés, and shops. You could take the time to enjoy a trip on Sabrina Boat or have a walk along the riverside. Alternatively, you may want to traverse the old passageways of Charles Darwin’s home town. In The Square, you can find The Old Market Hall. It is home to a café bar as well as one of the country’s most historic and smallest cinemas.

Another good use of time would be to visit Church Stretton and the Shrewsbury Hills area. At Church Stretton, there is a myriad of independent shops. Additionally, there are inns, pubs, restaurants, and traditional tea rooms. Uncover the Church Stretton Town Trail and the remarkable four storey antiques emporium. During the summer, you can travel on the footpaths and bridleways that lead directly from town to the Shrewsbury Hills.

One of the must-see attractions is Acton Scott Historic Working Farm. It gives visitors an insight into what rural life was like during the turn of the 19th century.

If you want to eat, you’ll be happy to hear that Shrewsbury is not short on places that sell top quality food. In the immediate vicinity, you can find The Horseshoes Inn and The Fox Inn. The former is a classic coaching inn that sources its ingredients locally, with a special touch added by the chef. Each dish is complemented by some of the best wines from across the earth. To excite your taste buds, the wines list change quite frequently.

With so much on offer, book your stay at the best holiday cottages Shrewsbury can offer today. We’re always happy to have guests here and we do everything we can to please them. Anyone who wishes to get in touch can do so by calling us or sending an email. You can also fill out the form on our ‘Contact Us’ page.