Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Corn House

Sleeps 8

Corn House is perfect for large families or groups of friends looking for spacious cottage accommodation in Shropshire. This superb barn conversion has an idyllic rural setting just 7 miles from Church Stretton.

Surrounded by private woodland, the property is ideal for those looking to relax and walks and fishing can be enjoyed within the grounds. One of a cluster of four cottages, this one sleeps 8 and has four bedrooms, a fantastic fitted oak kitchen and a spacious living room.

Guests have shared use of two games rooms, gardens and a unique nature trail. Each cottage also has a private patio with furniture and BBQ.

Close by attractions include Acton Scott Historic Working Farm, Severn Valley Steam Railway, Stokesay Castle. Fishing and horse riding are also available locally. Well behaved dogs are welcome.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Shropshire
The Dorothy Clive Gardens
The Dorothy Clive Gardens are a popular pet friendly day out in Shropshire and are just as beautiful in autumn as they are in the spring and summer. The stunning grounds feature a unique quarry garden, a gravel garden, hillside garden and Azalea and Daffodil walks which stretch for miles and are just perfect for those with energetic dogs. The site also has children's play areas, a tea room serving locally produced food and a play room where children can enjoy crafts. Dogs on leads are welcome.
Attingham Park National Trust
Attingham Park National Trust site is an excellent choice for a day out in Shropshire and is particularly good for those with dogs. The stunning mansion and walled garden offer plenty of areas to explore including formal gardens, a deer park, family trails and craft room. Family activities can also be enjoyed here throughout local school holidays. Dogs are welcome on leads in the deer park and near the mansion. There are also several identified off-lead areas where you dog can enjoy a run around.
Wroxeter Roman City
The ideal day out for those with dogs who enjoy long walks and plenty of open space. Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, the site began as a legionary fortress and later developed into a thriving civilian city. This is a very interesting site and dogs will just love exploring the grounds and heading off down the trails. Please note that restrictions may apply and dogs must be on leads.
23rd September 2018