Shropshire has an abundance of appealing features to offer visitors such as stunning walks in the Stretton Hills and along Offa's Dyke, interesting places such as Hawkestone Follies, Ellesmere Lakes, the Ironbridge Museums, Cosford Air Museum and Bridgnorth Railway. The county town, Medieval Shrewsbury, was the birthplace of Charles Darwin and still boasts a surprising number of striking 'black and white' buildings,
a castle, museums, antique shops, quirky independent boutiques, cafes, restaurants and pubs - check out the atmospheric 'Armoury' by the Welsh Bridge.
Shropshire has a flourishing range of local produce and a plethora of great eateries to enjoy, not to mention the wealth of walks available for anyone wanting to stretch those legs and get some fresh air. We couldn’t possibly forget the vibrant market towns of which there are in excess of 20 - Ludlow being famous for its food markets, Festivals and Michelin restaurants. All have regular markets, along with numerous independent and individual shops to peruse.
We have Shropshire glamping to suit a variety of guests, so whether it’s a safari tent experience you’re looking for, or a unique stay in one of our glamping wagons, there’s certainly a holiday not to be forgotten in store. It's a great county for some genuine R&R, so you can be assured that your glamping trip to one of the UK’s tranquil locations will be a restorative one!
Near Ellesmere, Wem, Shrewsbury, Shropshire