This classic country farm house is a great choice for a relaxing break, close to Shrewsbury station.
Clean and comfortable accommodation in Shrewsbury, where small dogs are welcome.
Switch off for a while in this period property, where bedrooms are filled with books instead of TVs.
Modern comforts and rural charm are perfectly combined, close to Stiperstones Nature Reserve.
Situated inside a Grade II listed building, this 4 star B&B lies close to Shrewsbury town centre.
This recently refurbished gastro pub offers stylish accommodation and great food.
This elegant farm house is a 5 star B&B close to the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge.
Nestled in a loop of the River Severn, Shrewsbury enjoys a beautiful location amidst the rolling hills of Shropshire. This traditional market town has managed to retain its old fashioned charm and atmosphere and there are more than 600 listed period buildings. One of England's most picturesque heritage towns, it's a characterful place with interesting sights, cosy pubs and period b and bs.
Wander cobbled alleyways, browse independent shops, indulge in a cream tea or simply relax with a pint of local real ale - whatever your idea of a great holiday, you'll be sure of a relaxing and enjoyable trip at a B&B in Shrewsbury. Be sure to wander down to Shrewsbury's Quarry Park and unwind by the river with a drink or take a cruise from Victoria Quay.
This compact town is perfect for exploring and sight seeing on foot, so you can leave the car behind at your guest house or bed and breakfast in Shrewsbury and enjoy a slower, more traditional pace of life as you stroll along picturesque streets. After dark, however, the town can be quite lively, and there are plenty of restaurants and pubs for a fun evening out. During the Summer Season, if you're looking for a Shropshire bed and breakfast Shrewsbury is particularly busy, as visitors flood into town for the hundreds of events and festivals which take place here each year.
Whether you're seeking a sightseeing break or a more rural B&B Shrewsbury has lots of options. This quaint town is also the perfect base for exploring the beautiful Shropshire countryside, as well as the World Heritage site of Ironbridge and the breathraking aqueducts of Pontcysyllte and Chirk.