Unique & Quirky Places To Stay In Shropshire Discover the most extraordinary, unique & quirky places to stay in Shropshire. …
Visit Shropshire and find great places to eat, drink, sleep, and play. Discover top attractions, enjoy local food and drink, delve into history, and culture, and have fun at festivals and events.
Visit Shropshire and discover World Heritage Sites, areas of outstanding natural beauty, and the best preserved Steam Train network in England, Shropshire has it all.
This is the ultimate guide to the best things to do in Shropshire. Discover places to visit for families, groups and corporate events.
Whether you are seeking a family holiday, a perfect romantic glamping break or a special celebration staying in group accommodation a staycation holiday or weekend break in Shropshire will make it that little bit more memorable.
Plan your best with family and friends.
Explore some of the other counties in England we have added to our lifestyle platform. Each county has their own unique regions, culture, history, heritage, locally grown food and drink.
Nestled in the West Midlands, with its Cathedral city of Hereford, the county of Herefordshire is steeped in breathtakingly beautiful greenery, dramatic landscapes and timbered black and white villages. Walk the rolling Malvern Hills and sample some Herefordshire cider, or delve into the county’s historic rural past.
Visit Worcestershire best known for its magnificent Cathedral, West Midlands Safari Park, the Severn Valley Railway, Worcester Porcelain, the piquant Worcestershire Sauce and the most picturesque cricket ground in the country.
Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean are home to elegant spas, market towns, stately homes and meandering green landscapes.
England is a great place to live or visit. Explore historic castles and ancient forests. Enjoy adventurous sports from climbing huge trees and ziplining down to cosy traditional pubs, contemporary nightlife, epic national parks and gentle countryside. There are so many things to do in England.