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All Self Catering Cottages in Oswestry & Welsh Borderlands

Are you looking for a Shropshire staycation in a holiday cottage or how about a narrowboat? Want to know the best Oswestry self catering cottages and lodges?  How about a dog friendly cottage or one with hot tub? Look here for your perfect Shropshire get away.

Featured Listings

    • Old Rectory Cottage

    The Old Rectory Cottage

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    • Castle Farm Glamping Pods

    Castle Farm Holidays Dudleston

    • Little Barn Cottage

    Little Barn – cottage in Trefonen

    • Meadow Barn

    Meadow Barn

    • Old Rectory Cottage

    The Old Rectory Cottage

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    Mereside Farm

    • Beudy Bryn Celyn

    Beudy Bryn Celyn self catering

    • Oaks Farm Shrewsbury

    Oaks Farm


    ByEvo Oswestry Barn

    • The Pentre Barn

    The Pentre Barn

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    Cross House Cottage

    • Stable and Granary Cottages

    Stable & Granary Cottages

Stay near Offa’s Dyke path or a the Montgomery Canal – amble, stroll or hike through beautiful borderland countryside.

Bring your dog and explore Oswestry and the Borderlands.

The best places to stay for a self-catering holiday in Oswestry, North Shropshire and North and Mid Wales

Oswestry is almost surrounded by Wales so you can choose whether your staycation is in England or Wales. Stay in Shropshire and enjoy a getaway near Ellesmere with its lakes and canals or head into the quiet Shropshire countryside almost over the border in Wales.
Stay near Oswestry and be on Offa’s Dyke – you can walk north or south and return to your cosy cottage at the end of the day.There are dog friendly cottages where you can step out of the front door and be in dog walking heaven.

There are miles of canals near here – The Montgomery canal, Llangollen Canal and the beautiful canal basin at Ellesmere – time to book a canal boat holiday?

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