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Glamping in Shropshire

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Glamping in Shropshire

From impressive UNESCO-listed heritage sites to gentle walking trails over lush green hills, Shropshire has much more to it than most travellers realise. And with not a city in sight, this Central England county is a fail-safe option for peaceful breaks in the countryside at glamping parks with glorious views of meres and moorland. 

Whether you choose a yurt, shepherd’s hut or lodge, the accommodation is ready for you on arrival when you go glamping in Shropshire (so there’s absolutely no need to pack a tent). And it often offers facilities such as a private bathroom and kitchen, as well as extras like outdoor firepits for staying warm while staring up at the stars. 

So, are you eager to go glamping in Shropshire? Here’s how to make the most of your break.

Where you should stay in Shropshire

  • For easy access to amenities, go glamping in Shropshire near the county town of Shrewsbury. It’s the largest urban settlement in the area, with plenty of supermarkets, independent shops and restaurants. Admire the medieval architecture, then head to the town’s outskirts for walks around the intriguing Wroxeter Roman City and National Trust’s Attingham Park.

  • Rather stay right in the middle of nature? Settle down in south Shropshire to stroll along heather-covered hills like the Long Mynd plateau in the Carding Mill Valley. You could also tackle the long-distance Shropshire Way or Offa’s Dyke Path on a multi-day meander (finding glamping accommodation along the way to rest weary feet at each night).  

  • With so many trails to tackle, this county is a favourite of four-legged travellers. All you need to do is make sure you choose a dog-friendly glampsite, perhaps around the open moorlands of the north. Plus, we’ve got plenty more trails to pick from in our guide to the best walks in Shropshire

  • Ludlow is one of the loveliest towns in the county. And with its cosy pubs and handsome Tudor buildings, it’s just the ticket for a couples’ glamping trip to Shropshire. Stay in a cosy cabin and stock up on treats at the award-winning Ludlow Food Centre farm shop for romantic picnics out on your decking. 

What to do in Shropshire 

  • Bring your most adventurous self to try outdoor pursuits like climbing, high ropes courses and paragliding – all are available when glamping in Shropshire. You can find sites near a range of pastimes, from fishing to mountain biking, by using the filters on this page.

  • Train enthusiast? Chug through the countryside on the 16-mile Severn Valley Railway in a vintage carriage with river views most of the way. More into military vehicles? The National Cold War Exhibition at the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford houses displays of old cars and tanks, as well as the world’s oldest Spitfire.

  • History fans may alternatively prefer to go glamping near the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site and dig deeper into the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Along with the oldest working cast-iron bridge in the world, this complex has nine other standout sights to peruse. 

  • Want more? Discover the county’s best pubs and castles in our Shropshire guide

Here’s how

Pitchup makes it a breeze to find and book your holiday. Each of our glamping sites in Shropshire has a mix of features and facilities, so you can find a top spot by making the most of the filters on this page. Maybe you’d like a park with access to fishing? Or a play area for the kids? Pick as few – or as many – filters as you like to see all the options that suit.

If you’ve never gone glamping before, read our guide to get all the info you need before you set off. Or cut the cost of your break by finding tips on arranging a luxury trip on a budget

Not sure about Shropshire? Sift through all our glamping options in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland to tap into more inspiration.