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Where to stay in Oswestry & The Welsh Borderlands - all accommodation

Here is all the accommodation for when you are looking for a place to stay near here in Oswestry or The Welsh Borders. Maybe you don’t know Shropshire too well? Maybe you aren’t sure if Oswestry is England or Wales? Oswestry certainly isn’t one of the most well-known corners of England but take a look at the accommodation on this web site and you will get a good idea of what a special place this is. 
There is space in Shropshire and The Welsh Borders! There are market towns scattered across the border and tiny hamlets and villages, sometimes English, sometimes Welsh. Most of the time you won’t know which side of the border you are on as you take a walk through this beautiful countryside or drive along narrow country lanes lined with meadow flowers and hedgerows.
The idea of a staycation is proving to be increasingly popular. Is it time for a countryside getaway in the UK and to discover Oswestry and the Welsh Borders and book your first staycation in our quiet corner of North Shropshire? One thing is sure, there is a wonderful selection of places to stay. Are you looking for a relaxed lazy few days away? Ready for a walk along the pathways of the Welsh Borders? A comfortable country style hotel or an away from it all self-catering cottage? Do have a browse through the places to stay here on the VisitOswestry web site and then enjoy planning your staycation.

Oswestry Hotels and B and Bs
Oswestry is a fairly small town, though big in terms of Shropshire towns, and it is surrounded by stunning quiet rural countryside. Do you want to stay in a hotel? Stay in Oswestry and enjoy the historic buildings that are our town centre hotels.
Choose from the old coaching inn that is now The Wynnstay Hotel. It’s right in the centre of town, has been recently re-furbished and has a relaxing spa, restaurant and even a crown green bowling green.
Maybe a boutique hotel is more your style? Can we tempt you to stay at Sebastian’s restaurant with rooms? The cuisine is delicious and the rooms under the eaves are romantic and cottage style.Would you like to be more rural? If that’s a yes, then we can suggest The Sweeney. This country house hotel is set back in green fields and yet only a couple of minutes from town. There’s space here and beautiful gardens. Still rural and so close to the Welsh Border you won’t know if you are in England or Wales is Pen-y-Dyffryn. This is award winning peace, just in Shropshire but with Wales and its walking routes right on the on the doorstep.
To stay in a Bed and Breakfast is quite special. Your hosts welcome you into their home and what a welcome! Oswestry B&Bs are eclectic in style – a modern house with free range chickens in the yard or a rather grand Victorian house – which will you choose?
You can stay in Oswestry Town and be within a few minutes’ walk of all the town centre has to offer. Be there on Market Day – a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday and meet our local stallholders selling everything from pumpkins to pineapples, books to bedding and more. Stroll through the park, it’s right in the centre of town and along with award winning flower displays has a remarkable life size statue of war poet Wilfred Owen.
Choose from Chilton House, set in a tree lined street only minutes from Oswestry Town Centre. Rob and Melissa love welcoming guests to their Victorian home. Or how about The Bryn? Val is renowned for her breakfasts and blueberry drop scones.
Would you rather be stay in a B&B tucked away in the hills above town? Right on Offa’s Dyke and the Welsh Border you will find The Pentre. It’s a 16th century farmhouse so far down a country lane that you might think you were lost but so worth the drive when you see the awesome views down the valley. 

Oswestry Self Catering Properties
Are you looking for real peace? How about a period cottage set in pretty gardens or a barn conversion with a hot tub snuggled into the North Shropshire or Welsh Border countryside?
There are places to stay in walking distance from the local pub in villages with names that could be Welsh or English – ever been to Selattyn? Or stay on a farm in North Shropshire’s lake district near Ellesmere.
osy cottages like Nant Lane and The Old Rectory are prefect for exploring the local “Castle Country’. Take a day out National Trust Chirk Castle or visit the little community owned castle at Whittington.
Stay right on Offa’s Dyke at Little Barn and you will be perfectly placed to walk The Dyke and explore the Welsh Border. Or maybe choose North Shropshire for your self catering stay. Castle Farm holidays have ground floor accommodation with disabled access and those very welcome hot tubs in their courtyard setting. Just the place to bring your dog too.

Oswestry for camping, glamping and caravan holidays
Are you ready for really rural get away? Then we can show you camp sites, caravan sites and some quirky and unusual glamping spots all around Oswestry – over in Wales or closeby in North Shropshire.
There are caravan sites on the river banks or in woodland settings. Glamping pods on rural North Shropshire farms and quite grand safari tents looking over Shropshire’s plains.

Are you tempted to visit Oswestry? We hope so and look forward to welcoming you to this special corner of Shropshire where it meets Wales.
Why not book direct? For special offers and the best rates contact these businesses and mention Visit Oswestry.

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