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All our dog-friendly properties will have their own list of doggy do’s and don’ts on their website, which will vary by property. Please check them and make sure you are happy to abide by them before you book. Not all dog-friendly properties have enclosed gardens,
but you can select "Enclosed Gardens" if you specifically need one. We have two categories of dog-friendliness:
Does exactly what it says on the tin! A charge may apply in some cottages (please check individual cottage for details). This filter will automatically include the "Dogs Welcome" cottages, which offer a higher level of service.
In these cottages, the owners go the extra mile to make sure your dog has a great holiday. These properties all provide a doggy welcome pack including poo bins, poo bags, water bowls, dog towels and sofa throws. They will also provide some extras such as dog crates blankets, kennels, holiday collar tags, toys, treats, etc. These
may vary from property to property. Charges for dogs may apply, so please check individual properties for details.
If you’re looking to unwind against a natural, tranquil backdrop, then make sure that Shropshire is on your list. Shropshire is the least populated county in England and made up of miles of expansive, rolling countryside. Located in the West Midlands, it’s close enough to major rail networks to make getting to it convenient, but far enough away that you’ll feel completely removed from the stresses and strains of your daily life. The county has a rich past and you’ll find an abundance of fascinating, historical sites to discover.
Shropshire’s Heroic History
A visit to Battlefield 1403 will give you some insight in to Shropshire’s bloody heritage, being the site of the Battle of Shrewsbury. Today, it’s part of the Albrighton Estate and you can spend a day soaking up facts, buying local produce from the farm shop and visiting the Mary Magdalene Church. Buildwas Abbey in Telford is another impressive example of the county’s past. A ragged ruin of a building, it dates back to the 12th Century and is a popular attraction.
Visitors with young children will find plenty to entertain and engage, such as the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway; a fully operational, vertical rail system that gives you splendid views of the local surroundings. Alternatively, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre offers to help you explore the county's prehistoric past, complete with interactive displays and workshops.
Nature At Its Best
Thanks to its expansive countryside, Shropshire is brimming with wildlife centres and nature reserves where you can see rare flora and fauna. A trip to Prees Heath Common Reserve will allow you to see the last sanctuary for the Silver-studded Blue butterfly.
Over 180 real ales, 60+ local food producers, 180 classic cars and live music all inside Ludlow Castle. (photo - VisitEngland/Isle of Wight Festival Isle of Wight Festival)
More than just gardens. Visitors have the chance to get fabulous retail therapy, with crafts, home accessories and unusual plants on offer. There was the complete taste experience with food and drink to suit everyone.
Over 150 music, comedy and visual & performing arts events taking place in venues across Ludlow. (photo ©VisitEngland/Isle of Wight Festival Isle of Wight Festival)
A great British day out at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern. The region’s largest Agricultural Show. (photo ©VisitEngland/Marketing Gloucester)
A festival of food and drink, with local craft, unsigned bands and family entertainment. (photo - VisitEngland/Isle of Wight Festival Isle of Wight Festival)
A family fun day centered around dogs in the beautiful grounds of Stokesay Court. (photo - VisitEngland/Isle of Wight Festival Isle of Wight Festival)
The Three Choirs Festival, held annually since the early eighteenth century and rotating between the three great cathedral cities of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford, is one of the world’s oldest classical music festivals. (photo ©VisitEngland/Marketing Gloucester)
The Magnalonga is a food and drink walk of about eight miles. It starts and finishes in Ludlow: a journey where you combine a walk through unspoilt countryside with some of the best food and drink from the Marches. (photo - VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis)
The Flower Show features, T.V. personalities, celebrity Chefs, Folk Bands, singers and spectacular arena acts entertain the crowds for 12 hours on each day of the show, ending with a magnificent firework display.
Over 180 local food and drink producers, talks and demos, trails, children’s entertainment and much more. Park & Ride advised. Inside Ludlow Castle and around the town. (photo - VisitEngland)
Start the Christmas season in medieval style in the stunning setting of Ludlow castle.
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