Shropshire Hills

LogoColorNoText The Shropshire Hills Area

The Shropshire Hills Area is a designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).  Located in the south of the county of Shropshire.  Extending up to its border with Wales.

The Long Mynd is a large and long plateau sitting just above the cottage. The rugged outline of the Stiperstones ridge is unmistakable. Together, they make up the largest area of heathland in the Shropshire Hills.

There are lots of leaflets and books describing walks in this area and there are miles of public footpaths to follow.

The Shropshire Hills Shuttle bus which passes the cottage.  You can sit back and enjoy breathtaking views.

Nearby

Stokesay Castle is one the best preserved medieval fortified Manor Houses in England, built in the late 13th Century, just down the road.

Ludlow is a thriving medieval market town and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year.

We are located on Castle Hill in All Stretton

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 Author SG

Beautiful  Cottage, Highly recommended, can’t wait to return. We have just returned from a fabulous weeks stay at Hollywell Cottage. Arriving to a home made Apple cake and clotted cream. The cottage is gorgeous, clean with comfy beds. The well equipped kitchen provided everything we could wish for. Lovely walks straight from the cottage.  Sitting on the terrace enjoying the views with the stunning gardens around was so relaxing. The welcome pack provided was the best we have ever received.  It was well thought out. Included everything we needed for breakfast the next morning.  Juice, cereal, eggs, bread &milk.  Along with butter, tea, coffee and much more.  Wine chilling in the fridge was a lovely surprise after a long drive. It has to be, in our view, the best Holiday Cottage we have stayed in and can’t wait to return again.