Shelve all Your Worries Here!
Lower Farm is in the tiny village of Shelve in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
This 21st century conversion from a cow byre (See inside) is a cosy and stylish holiday cottage hideaway for two people in the heart of the Shropshire Hills AONB.
This comfortable holiday cottage provides the ideal location for a peaceful, relaxing break surrounded by the the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty (look around)
Prices & Availability
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Please check our latest availability. We welcome enquiries for short breaks, long weekends (Friday to Monday) or mid-week (Monday to Friday) breaks. We look forward to welcoming you to Lower Farm.
If you don’t find exactly what you want online then email or call us and we’ll fix you up Short Breaks and Late Breaks always welcome – ask! Current Late […]
Fantastic walking right from the door, quiet footpaths, lots of industrial sites to visit, local mines, Ironbridge, market towns, boutique shopping, Ludlow, Stiperstones, Bishops Castle, Long Mynd, Church Stretton, Stokesay […]
This is walking country. Whether you want a half-hour stroll to Shelve Pool or a day’s ramble over the Devil’s Chair, Lower Farm is the ideal starting point. We are on […]
With the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve just a short walk away the variety of birdlife is exceptional, and great variety can be seen straight from the window. The Stiperstones is […]
For something extremely different try hot air ballooning. There is a fantastic local firm specialising in small balloon flights in the Shropshire and Mid-Wales area run by Ian Bridge at […]
Eating There are a range of local hostelries. Our favourite is Stiperstones Inn at Stiperstones which serves old fashioned honest food in a friendly environment with good local ales. All […]
We don’t keep fishing tackle here, as it seems to be a private thing. But if you have put in your rods then there are a few places nearby which […]
We can provide a secure locked environment if you bring your own cycle. Visit the council cycling page to find routes in the area which are suitable for you – […]
For newspapers, groceries and general supplies, drive or walk to our precious rural post office, two miles away at Bent Lont (or Bentlawnt depending on your signpost!). Alternatively head in […]
We keep a wide range of guides to places to visit near here, from ancient bronze age remains, old lead mines, lovely National Trust and English Heritage places, medaeival towns, […]