Converted in 2019, The Parlour in Myddle, near Shrewsbury offers a luxury stay in the Shropshire countryside for you and your pooch.
The attention to detail in the finishings of the cottage is fantastic; from its open plan layout to the welcome pack with homemade goodies on arrival.
Relax in the garden as your dog explores the enclosed garden area or take a walk to the local pub, just 20 minutes away.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About The Parlour
The Parlour in Myddle is perfect for a couple’s holiday surrounded by nature.
The modern, bright interior feels luxurious as soon as you step over the threshold, with it’s a fully-fitted kitchen, which conveniently opens out onto the dining area.
The cosy double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and the comfortable living room is perfect for finally catching up on your favourite TV shows or a good book.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Myddle, Shrewsbury
Charles Darwin’s birthplace, the town of Shrewsbury, is a fascinating day out for those who love history, good food and life by the river. The town is famous for its medieval black and white timbered buildings and is home to a pretty square which is still central to the town’s life. Visit Shrewsbury Square to watch the world go by and make sure you pop into the Old Market building which stills houses a market today.
Brimming to the rafters with handicrafts, gift boutiques, traditional fruit and veg stalls and family butchers who are 100 years (or more!) old as well as cafés, restaurants serving international cuisine, jewellery makers and weavers, Shrewsbury market is a favourite for all who visit the town. Take a walk by the River Severn which loops around the town with your pooch or set sail on the river on a boat trip that takes in the famous Severn Bridges.
Step out into the fresh air at Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to learn about the impact the Industrial Revolution had on the area , from mining to railway lines, and the impact the town’s bridge, the first of its kind in the world, had on the Industrial Revolution and bridge engineering throughout the world which has followed.
Don’t miss a visit to the bridge itself, the namesake for the town, which was built at Coalbrookdale in 1779 . The town maintains its Victorian charm and there are several museums to visit which are of interest for all ages. Blists Hill Victorian Town brings to life the Victorian era, with authentic shops, houses, a pharmacy and even food and drink cooked using traditional methods.
Head to the Broseley Pipeworks to learn how clay pipes, that quintessential piece for all Victorian men, were made. This small, but perfectly preserved museum is a fascinating insight into a factory that once made an everyday item that is now most definitely associated with days gone by.
The Parlour is brilliantly located to find out about the rich history of this corner of the United Kingdom, and to learn how it helped to shape the world in which we live today.
From clay pipe making to concoctions in a Victorian pharmacy and bridges that defied the science of the time, or modern day shopping in traditional market buildings, a stay here offers so many options for days out.
The barn itself is a wonderful place to stay, with great attention to detail from the moment you walk in.
Dine out in the local village of Baschurch or stock up there for dinners at the barn around the modern dining table. Cook together in the kitchen and enjoy breakfast with a view of the enclosed garden with your dog safe to explore at his/her own pace.
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