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 Upper Heath Farm, Heath, Craven Arms, SY7 9DS     01584 823 845 / 07968 801 118     info@upperheathfarm.com

Upper Heath Farm Self Catering Holiday Cottage in Shropshire

Stable Cottage, sleeps 4

As you enter this charming Shropshire holiday cottage from the private courtyard into the open plan sitting room/kitchen dining area, you will be welcomed by cosy furnishings and lovely original beams.

The open plan kitchen is well equipped for your self catering break, complete with dining table. The sitting room area has a comfy leather suite with throws and cushions, perfect for you to curl up and relax. Stable Cottage also has its own boot room with antique shelf and hooks; just the job for wellies and walking gear if you fancy walking in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) during your stay.

Outside is your own private courtyard with table and seating, overlooking stunning views and scenery, ideal for alfresco meals during summer months. You can stock up with local produce from nearby Ludlow, or if you don’t fancy cooking, Ludlow’s restaurants, pubs and inns are a short drive away.

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Horse Holidays in Shropshire – Livery at Upper Heath Farm


Meet the free range chickens and different animals and livestock grazing throughout the year. If you have a horse or horses you would like to bring (there’s room for up to 5), they can either be stabled at the farm or put out on the field where they can graze until it’s time to go riding. Read more about our Shropshire livery here.

There is an abundance of wildlife and meadow flowers, Red Kites and Buzzards; a perfect place for you to explore, or just to sit back read a book, have a picnic and admire the views. Just a short walk away over the field and you will find the parish of Clee St Margaret, which is famous for ‘one of the longest fords in England’.

This area of Shropshire is renowned for its excellent horse riding and walking and access straight onto the Brown Clee Hill and the Common, which provides 500 acres of Open Access Land on which to roam. Discover Ludlow famous for gastronomic reputation, the World Heritage Site at Ironbridge, a number of National Trust properties and gardens and the ‘walkers are welcome’ town of Church Stretton nearby.

If you have any questions about Stable Cottage self catering holiday accommodation in Shropshire, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Thanks for a lovely stay here, albiet only for a 2 days. A most generous and welcoming experience. We appreciated the hamper very much. We will probably appear here again as we have never really experienced and explored Shropshire. We will also be recommending it to our friends.

Gwen and Mike (Morris Dancers)

Lovely welcome, very friendly, comfortable cottage. We were lucky with the weather and did some nice walks from the house (fort is worth a visit) and in Church Stretton area. OS maps are very handy - thanks!

Alice, Kevin and Robyn

We've really enjoyed our first stay in Shropshire. We enjoyed visiting Stokesay Castle, walking on the Long Mynd and exploring Nordy Bank ( the local hill fort ). The cottage has been lovely- quiet, comfortable and relaxing.

Pete and Sue Churton

Will not be disappointed, straight out of Country Living magazine” We took our two horses with us for this mini break with the dream of off-road riding and beautiful countryside, and we were not disappointed. The stables were fantastic, mega deep bedding, also on rubber, automatic waterers, and big, airy, stone stables with the most lush grass paddock for 24-7 use. The cottage was just as impressive, beautiful, superbly clean, quality finishing, luxury carpets, towels and bed linen, with lots of personal appropriate touches. It was so enjoyable to go to a place with such class in an area untouched by time. Looking forward to a return trip..

We have really enjoyed our stay at Stable Cottage. Jane and Rob were excellent hosts and made us feel very welcome. The riding was varied,sometimes challenging but always scenic! Kitty thought she had died and gone to heaven when we turned her out.

Ian and Lana (plus Kitten the horse)

Specifically Recommend: If you are taking horses it’s perfect, if you are after a very tasteful country stay in a cottage from Country Living magazine then you will not be disappointed.

Local Gems: Pub was good fun, great community. The rides were fab, the hacking was so quiet, even on the roads we only met three cars all day. The cottages and buildings in the area were outstandingly beautiful and so interesting to ride or walk around. Sarah F from Shepshed, Leicestershire - 21st June 2014 "We enjoyed living this 'rural idyll' in this delightful cottage.A memorable Boxing Day treat-many thanks for everything!"

The Bailey Family

After riding for nearly 3 hours, Upper Heath Farm is a beautiful place to stay, stunning views and a tranquil setting, a lovely cottage with everything we could wish for, plus plenty of grazing and rest before heading off again!

The Parry family plus 4 horses

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