Shropshire

Glampsites in Shropshire offer a wide range of luxury glamping holidays in some of the UK’s most scenic beauty spots. Family glamping in Shropshire has really taken off as highlights include World Heritage site Ironbridge Gorge, as well as dog-friendly glamping within a short reach of the quaint market town of Ludlow.

20 Jun 2019
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Shropshire

Glamping holidays in Shropshire offers a diversity of attractions and places to visit. Once you’ve picked your glamping accommodation or Shropshire glamping site, you can start to make a list of must-see things to do during your stay. Top attractions include the famous cast iron bridge that gave the quaint town its name. The nearby Ironbridge Gorge Museum is a fascinating place to gets hands-on with recreated history at this Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. This World Heritage Site is a perfect day out from nearby glamping sites in Shropshire.

Glamping in Shropshire includes glamping pods and shepherd’s huts or more unusual choices such as glamping in a stationery double decker bus. Luxury glamping accommodation in Shropshire does not come more spacious or quirky than this. With 3 bedrooms, private bathroom, electricity, kitchen and even a hot tub, glamping in Shropshire for families is easy! Modern purpose-built glamping pods provide cosy glamping accommodation in Shropshire’s rolling countryside. Electric hook-ups power a fridge, kettle and microwave and modern shower blocks, laundry rooms and Wi-Fi onsite make glamping in Shropshire a fun experience even on a tight budget. If you prefer a more traditional glamping experience in Shropshire, look for bell tents, safari tents and yurts. Shropshire towns are never far away for shopping, dining and activities.

Walkers can explore Long Mynd from Shropshire glamping sites while history lovers can visit Oswestry Castle or Shrewsbury with its delightful black-and-white architecture. The House on Crutches is an unusual attraction near Bishop’s Castle glampsites. Those on cultural glamping holidays in Shropshire can enjoy abbeys and churches, craft centres, markets and Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery.

A glamping break in Shropshire’s scenic surroundings is sure to be an unforgettable glamping experience creating memories that will last a lifetime.

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