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"Sykes cottages were very professional. Really pleased with all
aspects. We would definitely use this company again."
Mr Breslin, Stamford, Lincolnshire, June 2013
First time booking with Sykes, very simply done all online.
Mrs Mark, Northampton, Northamptonshire, May 2013
Straddling the Anglo-Welsh border, our Oswestry holiday cottages are firm favourites with lovers of history and countryside. Once an important frontier town, an ancient hill fort looms high above while Offa's Dyke National Trail marks the boundary. This unique setting allows you to pop in and out of England and Wales as many times as you like during your Oswestry cottage stay, giving you a real feel for the fusion of cultures.
On the Welsh side are historic treasures like the castles of Chirk, Powis and Whittington, said to be the former home of that famous pantomime character! Natural delights, meanwhile, include Lake Vyrnwy and Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall, the highest in Wales.
Also close to your holiday home in Oswestry is the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct World Heritage Site, built by Thomas Telford - if you've a head for heights, experience mind-boggling scenery and travel across by horse-drawn barge.
Family days out include woodland walks and picnics in Nesscliffe Country Park, mini Land Rover rides and more at the award-winning Park Hall Farm and many other fantastic days out in and around Oswestry in Shropshire.
Back in town, join a themed walking tour and discover Oswestry's nooks and crannies. Much of the centre is a designated Conservation Area, with a wonderful mix of architectural styles. Dip in and out of the attractive shops, the tempting eateries and cosy pubs. And don't miss a trip to the market (three days a week) or monthly farmers' market.
Did you know Oswestry was voted one of the 'coolest places to live in England'? Find out for yourself and book that Oswestry cottage holiday soon!
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Bryn Howell Stables | Trevor near Llangollen | North Wales & Snowdonia
A wonderful Llangollen cottage on a smallholding amid lovely countryside, 2 miles from Llangollen itself. Barn conversion, beams, country views.
Scotch Hall Cottage | Trevor near Llangollen | North Wales & Snowdonia
Grade II listed, 200-year old detached cottage in idyllic canalside position close to historic Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Lovingly renovated, original beams. Llangollen 4 miles.
The Townhouse Apartment | Llangollen | North Wales & Snowdonia
Cosy apartment set over two floors in the centre of Llangollen. Open plan living area. Ideal romantic break. Excellent walking. Ruthin 15 miles, Chester 25 miles.
Candy Cottage | Llangollen | North Wales & Snowdonia
Delightful Llangollen cottage in the town square. King-size bed. En-suite shower. Ideal for romantic breaks. Close to many attractions. Ruthin 15 miles.
Downstairs - Riverside Cottage | Llangollen | North Wales & Snowdonia
Lovely ground floor Llangollen cottage on the river. Lovely river and town views. Close to Llangollen and other attractions. Ruthin 15 miles
1 The Beeches | Llangollen | North Wales & Snowdonia
Outstanding Llangollen cottage, a contemporary detached house just minutes from town centre. Conservatory, en-suites, summerhouse & river views. Ruthin 15 miles.
The Cottage | Llanfechain near Welshpool | Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay
Charming detached 16th century stone barn conversion. Original character beams. Lovely countryside, excellent walking and cycling. All year round tennis court available. Welshpool 10 miles.