Cottages to rent for self-catering breaks in Bronygarth, Shropshire, England
One of the loveliest places to stay in Shropshire is near Bronygarth; a small, scattered village situated in the Ceiriog Valley in Shropshire. It is on the long-distance walking route of Offa's Dyke Path, which forms a border between England and Wales. Ceiriog Valley is a popular destination for walking or cycling holidays and is also a favourite haunt of anglers fishing for trout. It is also wonderful for pet-friendly breaks with dogs in tow because of the acres of countryside. So, if you are planning an outdoor activity holiday to this part of Shropshire, do take a look at our cottages, pine lodges and holiday homes of all sizes for couples up to large groups. The larger properties may have a swimming pool, the ever popular hot tub, a tennis court or a croquet lawn.
Advice on Cottage Holidays in Bronygarth
A cottage break in Bronygarth would be just two miles from Chirk. There is lots to do there, including playing at the local golf course or exploring the canal boat marina. Chirk Castle is an impressive 14th century Marcher Fortress, with glorious gardens, a dungeon and medieval tower. Events take place at the castle all year long, and there are lots of facilities and activities for children. Another nearby border town is Oswestry, which is six miles away. As well as the well-preserved buildings and cosy pubs and restaurants, visitors head for the terrific views from the hilltop Iron Age fort. It's an old market town, with a twice-weekly outdoor market and a large indoor market held three times a week. You can plan your day in Oswestry at the Oswestry Visitor and Exhibition Centre.
Visit Llangollen during your Bronygarth cottage break
Nine miles from Bronygarth, you'll find the town of Llangollen, a popular destination because of its attractions and sights. See the World Heritage Site at the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, engage in water sports or take a ride on the steam railway.
Bronygarth offers the opportunity to discover these borderlands, with all the sense of adventure and history in its landscape and ancient buildings. All you need to do is to book holiday accommodation in Bronygarth and begin planning your Shropshire adventure break. Do take a look at our good quality country cottages, pine lodges and big holiday homes in and around Bronygarth.