23rd June 2018

Pet Friendly Cottages in Shropshire

shropshire cottagesShropshire is a fantastic place for a UK holiday with both stunning countryside and thriving market towns. The region is packed with attractions and offers something for everyone.

If you are planning a family holiday or a romantic escape and want to bring a pet along then a cottage may suit your needs better than a hotel or apartment.

With cottages you not only have more space inside but also normally have a garden or some outside space where your pet can run around. You can also choose to be in a secluded rural location or in the heart of a village or town.

Sykes Cottages specialise in UK holidays and have a huge array of pet friendly cottages in Shropshire to choose from. Sykes have been offering cottage holidays for many years and have established a fantastic reputation so you can expect very high standards of accommodation and customer service.

Some of our favourite pet friendly cottages in Shropshire include The Old Workshop in Church Stretton and Prescott Mill Cottage near Ludlow.

The Old Workshop sleeps 2 and is perfect for a romantic cottage break in Shropshire. The delightful stone barn conversion has been beautifully finished with original features and modern furnishings. The property has a large double bedroom, a beamed dining kitchen and living room with wood burning stove. There is also a patio garden offering countryside views. The nearby idyllic village of Picklescott is well worth the walk to visit the award winning inn.

Prescott Mill Cottage sleeps 6 and is ideal for families looking for plenty of outside space as well as ample living accommodation. The very charming property features 3 bedrooms, a spacious dining kitchen, welcoming living rooms and excellent self catering facilities. But it is the location that makes this cottage so special. The cottage is situated beside an old corn mill, next to the narrow River Rea and the secluded garden has river frontage. Children can paddle in the river while adults will enjoy relaxing in the garden. One well behaved pet is welcome after the 11th June.

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