Welcome to our new website for The Walkmill, luxury self catering holiday cottages in Shropshire. We hope you like it – it’s jammed packed with photos and information about our self-catering holiday cottages in Shropshire, but if you do want to know more please do not hesitate to email or telephone us. We are already booking up for 2014, click here to see our latest availability.
At the Walkmill 5 star cottages we have two detached, self catering holiday cottages – Walkmill House and Walkmill Lodge – both with their own private gardens and patios. Our 5 star cottages in Shropshire are set in four acres of beautiful Shropshire countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views of the Long Mynd and The Stiperstones, centrally located between Shrewsbury and Ludlow, 6 miles from Bishop’s Castle and 8 miles from Church Stretton. We are open all year, and offer short breaks from November to March inclusive.
Our self catering holiday cottages in Shropshire sit alongside the East Onny River and offer guests a peaceful riverside setting. This is a truly stunning part of England, with easy access to the beautiful market towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow and Church Stretton (to mention a few!). It is a wonderful location for simply relaxing or for the more adventurous offers golf, great walks, cycling routes, horse riding, fishing and even gliding.
We are less than a 30 minute drive from National Trust properties Powis Castle and Gardens, Cardingmill Valley and Attingham House, Park and Estate and a 40 minute drive from the Ironbridge Gorge Museums. To see local events visit our events calendar.
The Walkmill, 5 star cottages in Shropshire, are the perfect place for a relaxed and peaceful self-catering holiday in the countryside.
Are you thinking of booking a romantic break, perhaps to celebrate Valentine’s Day? The five star holiday cottages at The Walkmill always book up very early for a romantic break on and around the 14th February, and 2014 is no exception as both Walkmill House and Walkmill Lodge are fully booked on the 14th February 2014. But why celebrate your love only one day of the year? The Walkmill…