Relax in Your Shropshire Cottage with Hot Tub
Welcome to Shropshire. Better yet, welcome to Shropshire’s hot tub cottages. This is your chance to soak in a hot tub as you admire the beautiful night sky. It is your chance to give your family a fun-packed holiday they will never forget.
And you can bring them all; children, grandparents, friends… even the pets if you choose one of our recommended pet-friendly holiday homes with hot tub, or if you prefer why not book a secluded hot tub cottage just for two.
Shropshire is great whatever the time of year and you will always find something interesting to do or see. Areas of outstanding natural beauty, World Heritage sites, outstanding scenery and the #1 preserved Steam Railway in England can all be found in this beautiful county.
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When not out and about visiting all the attractions within the region you can rest assured our cottages with hot tubs provide all the comforts of home, cook up a storm in the fully fitted kitchen, turn off the alarm and snuggle under the duvet of the double or king-size bed, toast your toes in front of a log burning stove or feel the warm pulsating jets of your own outdoor jacuzzi soothing away the stresses of everyday life-Bliss!
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Shropshire
We want you to have the best time in Shropshire, so have come up with a list of 10 attractions that we think are a must, during your stay. Let's take a look;
Together with the Ironbridge Gorge, the bridge spanning the River Severn is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and deserves its place on any holidaymaker's must see list. With loads to do for all the family including museums, kayaking, monuments, artisan breweries, quirky shops and some of the most delicious fish and chips you've ever had. Ironbridge caters for everyone, let the kids discover science at the hands-on displays at Enginuity, explore the footpaths and trails surrounded by breathtaking scenery or relax in one of the many eateries situated along the banks of the river.
2. Stokesay Castle
Built by Lawrence of Ludlow in the 13th century, this fortified manor house is one of the finest examples of medieval architecture there is in the country. Marvel at the great hall which has remained unchanged for over half a millennium or climb the tower for jaw-dropping views of the surrounding countryside. There is a full programme of events throughout the year, a popular tearoom serving delicious local produce and a well-stocked shop selling heritage inspired gifts.
3. Sunday Lunch on the Severn Valley Railway
Why not try something a little bit different, this attraction is perfect for those staying at a hot tub cottage on a romantic break. Leaving from Kidderminster in the neighbouring county of Worcestershire this steam-hauled restaurant train serves Sunday lunch in 2 lovingly restored railway carriages reflecting the style of the 1930's and the 1940's.. Travel through 16 miles of glorious Shropshire countryside while you dine in style, perfect for special occasions.
Viroconium or Wroxeter as it is now known was once the 4th largest city in the UK during Roman times with over 5,000 inhabitants. Experience the life of the Romans with a visit to the site museum, learn about their day to day life in the reconstructed town house and don't miss one of the major features, the municipal baths. Although much of the settlement still remains below ground there is still plenty to do and see at one of Britain's finest archeological attractions.
5. Pub Walk along Offa's Dyke
Do you enjoy walking, love rural countryside, wildlife, history and a pint? If so, the "walking with Offa pub walks are a great way to spend a warm summer's day. There are 18 walks each starting and ending at a country pub situated in the Shropshire hills. You can strike out on your own or take a guided tour which includes a delicious lunch at a local hostelry and follow in King Offa's footsteps
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6. Battlefield Falconry Centre
For a value for money day out with the kids you can't beat this bird of prey centre located in Shrewsbury. With over 30 birds including falcons, hawks and owls they offer some unique activities for bird lovers including the popular "take a hawk for a walk" After a short ride across Albrighton Estate the site of the battle of Shrewsbury in 1403, you are shown how to handle these majestic creatures and the walk begins. During the the hour's stroll the birds are called back to your fist and you can watch them soar among the trees and surrounding countryside an amazing experience for all.
7. Shrewsbury Abbey
This is a Benedictine Monastery which was founded almost a thousand years ago in 1083, although it was destroyed in 16th century under the reign of Henry Vlll, its nave survived and is today a Grade I listed building. One of the most important attractions in the Shrewsbury Town. Wilfred Owen one of the great World War 1 poets lived in the parish and his name appears on the "Great War" memorial tablet within the abbey.
8. Royal Airforce Museum, Cosford
This attraction has over 70 historic aircraft displayed in wartime hangars including Vulcan, Valiant and Victor, Britain's famed V-bombers and the world's oldest spitfire. Learn about the role of the RAF in this country's aviation history and take off in a Black Hawk with the 4D flight simulator. Lots of interactive displays make this an interesting day out for old and young alike.
9. Blists Hill Victorian Town
Travel back in time with a visit to this open-air museum, one of ten situated in Ironbridge Gorge. Costumed characters give an intriguing insight into life during the reign of Queen Victoria. Take a ride in a horse and cart or taste some of the old-fashioned treats at the sweetshop. Peek inside Victorian cottages to see how the local people lived and you can even dress up in costume for a photograph. Have fun at the Victorian funfair and enjoy traditional fish and chips. This really is a fun-packed day out for all the family.
10. Weston Park
Set in over a thousand acres of parkland and stunning gardens designed by the legendary Capability Brown this lavish 17th century mansion is one of the leading tourist attractions in the Midlands. The house itself has an array of treasures including one of England's most impressive collections of artworks and the Victorian library which is home to over 3000 books, In the grounds you will find the hugely popular Temple Wood which boasts an excellent adventure playground with climbing wall, trampolines, log swings and one of the longest zip wires in the country. Great food and drink is available at the restored 18th century Granary which serves top quality local produce all year round.
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