Self Catering Accommodation in Bishops Castle
Prices: From: £195.00 - To: £320.00
Description: Cosy cottage with south facing walled garden. Beautifully converted and equipped from 17th Century stone barn. Short walk from flourishing market town.
Prices: From: £450.00 - To: £650.00
Description: The Walkmill comprises three cottages - Stone Cottage, Walkmill House and Walkmill Lodge, all set in 4 acres of Shropshire countryside within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Walkmill has views of the Long Mynd and Stiperstones.
Prices: From: £239.00 - To: £525.00
Description: A delightful 18th Century, stone built barn conversion situated close to the owners' farmhouse on a 4.5 acre smallholding with rare breed pigs, sheep, ducks, chickens and a wildlife pond, on the outskirts of the hamlet of Mainstone.
Prices: From: £225.00 - To: £350.00
Description: Self-catering holidays in beautiful South Shropshire - the perfect getaway destination. Stunning views, wonderful walking, peace and comfort, in easy reach of Ludlow, Shrewsbury. the Ironbridge Gorge and the Stretton Hills.
Prices: From: £280.00 - To: £300.00
Description: Henley and Mynd View luxury retreats are located at Middle Woodbatch Farm, a family run working farm, five minutes from Bishop's Castle in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Prices: From: £310.00 - To: £630.00
Description: Two delightful, well appointed cottages in beautiful South Shropshire. Exceptionally peaceful and tranquil, wonderful walking and stunning views.
Prices: From: £330.00 - To: £560.00
Description: Tudor Cottage is for those who wish to seek a special place to stay in South Shropshire. In the midst of the historic market town of Bishop's Castle Tudor Cottage offers self catering accommodation for up to five people.
Prices: From: £295.00 - To: £500.00
Description: Located in the heart of the Shropshire Hills, this luxury none smoking fully furnished holiday cottage is nestled at the foot drop of Poles Coppice Nature reserve and Eastridge woodlands, yet only 10 miles from the historical town of Shrewsbury.