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Honeysuckle Cottage

Such a cosy, comfortable and clean cottage. Ground floor and fully-equipped for 2 people. With dining area and views out to the Stretton Hills and countryside.

Clematis Cottage

Has a comfortable double bed that is made up with quilt cover, a sheet and four pillows. And well-equipped kitchen with tiled work surface. Microwave, fridge, electric cooker, kettle, toaster. With WiFi

Welcome to Audrey’s Parkgate Cottages

Self Catering Cottages in Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Visitors are invited to enjoy our large, well-stocked gardens and walk down through the woodland to a tranquil pond set among the trees. Stand on the back forty (Our lawn) and enjoy magnificent views out across the Shropshire plain. Sit in a quiet corner of the garden, paint, read or just relax and listen to the birds. In the evening walk down the woodland path.

Shropshire is unique in having more than its fair share of castles, stately homes with magnificent gardens along its once troubled borderland. The Welsh border is only a short journey away and Powis Castle is a must for history and garden lovers alike. Blists Hill and the Ironbridge Gorge Museums are world famous. Attingham Park, Benthall Hall, Dudmaston. Church Stretton is in close proximity, as well as Ludlow and Ludlow Castle.


We hope you choose Audrey’s Parkgate Cottages, if you have
any questions please contact us,

Kind Regards, Audrey Hill

Local Area

Local Area

Plenty of shops in all the nearby towns, Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth, Telford, Ellesmere, Oswestry, Bishops Castle and Clun. Some have street markets as well as designer shops, quaint alleys and shuts, amazing black and white properties, wonderful architecture, parks and gardens and riverside walks.

What our visitors say



We are close to the Shropshire Way. See the leaflet in the cottage. Plenty of gentle strolls along the lanes look out over hedges to see the farmland and animals, enjoy the abundance of wild flowers along the roadside. Marvel at the views that make this part of Shropshire so special. Go up onto the Longmynd and do more challenging walks.