One of the best ways to enjoy Oswestry and the Welsh Borderlands is stay in one of our lovely self catering properties – what could be better than spending a few days or longer exploring and then drifting back to your own welcoming accommodation.
You could think about a boating holiday too, self catering on a narrow boat is a a very relaxed way of seeing the borderlands.
Cosy hideaways with warming log burners, barn conversions with hot tubs or maybe a village property just a short walk from a proper village pub – you may find it hard to choose where to stay in Oswestry and The Welsh Borderlands but one thing is for sure, you will be very welcome.
Stay in Oswestry – where Shropshire meets Wales.
Self catering properties shown are all members of Oswestry Borderland Tourism.
The Pentre Barn – away from it all four star country self catering barn conversion on the outskirts of Oswestry at Trefonen.
10% off our website prices, off all bookings from now until 21/12/18 min 2 night stay in cottages, pod and Shepherd Hut. Excluding Christmas and New Year . If booked directly with ourselves.
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Martin and Helen Reade would like to welcome you to Castle Farm Holidays at Dudelston, near Ellesmere in the heart of North Shropshire. There are two semi-detatched barn conversions on our property in Dudleston in a beautiful and peaceful location. The cottages are ideally situated for exploring Shropshire, Cheshire and North Wales. Read more [...]
New for 2016 converted Victorian church Contemporary, classy and very very comfortable. The Church house is a charming newly converted Victorian church situated in a peaceful setting in the friendly town of Oswestry which is one of Britain’s oldest settlements, dating back 3000 years. For lovers of history, mixed with Read more [...]
We have a boat to suit everyone, from the 4 berth Weaver or Grebe, perfect for a couple or small family, to the 10 berth Owl class, suitable for large families or groups of friends. Leigh and his team at Blackwater look forward to welcoming you and will give you the very best instruction Read more [...]
Converted stone barn providing high standard, relaxed, comfortable accommodation, situated on the Shropshire / Wales border within the Marches countryside and right on Offa’s Dyke in the village of Trefonen with its shop, church and pub. Lovely walks from your door step, small patio garden in the front & courtyard Read more [...]
This attractive, early 19th century, stone-built semi-detached cottage is situated down a quiet lane in the peaceful village of Selattyn, just 3 miles from Chirk and Oswestry and 8 miles from the town of Ellesmere. Exposed beams, slate flag floors and an impressive inglenook fireplace all combine to create a Read more [...]
Nestling next to our award-winning bed and breakfast is this imaginatively restored accommodation. Oak and Ash each consists of 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, ideal for self catering stays enjoying the stunning surroundings.
Ty Uchaf is a renovated house in the beautiful Tanat Valley. Ideally situated with spactacular views for a quiet break. An ideal base for walking and local attractions. This very pleasant, traditional farmhouse is very spacious. The beamed sitting room has an open fire in the large stone fireplace, Sky Read more [...]
Set on working farm 1000 feet above sea level, two fully equipped split level cottages with stunning views over the Shropshire Plains and Welsh Hills. Ideal for walkers, golfers, bridwarchers and families.
Mid way between Oswestry and Welshpool, set on a hillside with stunning views of Shropshire and Wales. Recently converted byre, furnished and equipped to a high standard. The accommodation has been designed with the needs of visitors with limited mobility in mind. Riding, cycling, walking nearby. Offa’s Dyke Path 400yds. Read more [...]
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