Discover Shropshire on Foot

Characterised by its unique rural charm, the county of Shropshire offers an abundance of opportunities for walkers and those who enjoy being out and about in the great outdoors. When you stay at one of the five cottages, the magnificent gardens are right on your doorstep.

The winding paths and green open spaces on offer will take you on a journey to explore nearby rivers or admire the hilltops from a higher perspective. With so much to see and do in the nearby towns and villages, Peplow Hall sits in the perfect spot to explore many rural landscapes.

Peplow Hall Estate

If you would prefer to stay close to your cottage and explore everything Peplow Hall has to offer, then the enchanting woodland and majestic gardens are right on your doorstep. Immerse yourself in the local scenery and admire the sweeping rural views that Peplow Hall estate has to offer.

Hodnet Hall Gardens

Escape to Hodnet Hall Gardens for a few hours to admire the beautifully maintained gardens and enchanted woodland. Only a short ten-minute drive from the Cottages at Peplow Hall, the privately owned gardens are an exquisite oasis for tranquil areas, vibrant colours, and magnificent scenery.

Wollerton Old Hall Garden

Set around a 16th-century building are the inspiring private gardens of Wollerton Old Hall. Covering four glorious acres of land, the gardens are prominent for their intricate floral masterpieces. Bursting with colour, Wollerton Old Garden is also home to several rare flowers and new plants to discover..

Hawkstone Park Follies

Set in 100 acres of glorious parkland, The Follies is formed through rugged natural sandstone hills that were developed to include gullies, caves, towers, and bridges. becoming one of the most visited landscapes in Britain during the 19th Century.

The Quarry

Just a stone’s throw away from the town centre is The Quarry. Encompassing 29-acres of magnificent parkland and encircled by the loop of the infamous River Severn, The Quarry is one of Shrewsbury’s most iconic landmarks. Both locals and visitors from afar can be found admiring the scenery, enjoying a picnic, or observing the park from a different perspective on the Sabrina Boat. The Quarry is also home to several significant events, including the Shrewsbury Flower Show.

The Wrekin

The Wrekin is a popular and iconic hill located in Shropshire, Midlands. It stands as the centrepiece of an ancient forest landscape that serves as the habitat for a variety of plants, animals, and insects across various wildlife sites.

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