Along with the main house, Meeson Hall estate has three homely and historic holiday cottages that can be rented out for up to three people. These charming, cosy, period holiday cottages in Shropshire are found within Meeson Hall’s eight-acre grounds, surrounded by trees and nature - ideal for a relaxing few days away.
Explore our grounds, enjoy Shropshire – perhaps visiting one of our recommended local interests – and then returning to a warm fire and a little home cooking. Each cottage features a well-equipped kitchen for a self-catering holiday, or if you don’t fancy cooking, visit one of the restaurants in the local area or order an indulgent takeaway.
Our Victorian brick-built cottage, which used to be the old servant’s cottage, is to the rear of Meeson Hall. It sleeps two people and shares a courtyard with the main house.
Housekeeper’s Cottage has a log burner for the winter and a courtyard to enjoy the summer evenings. This homely cottage is ideal for a romantic holiday away.
Our charming 17th-century timber-framed cottage, which sleeps three people, is found to the rear of the Hall. Still with its original beams, it’s a cosy place to stay at Meeson Hall.
Enjoy evenings in front of the wood burner playing card games after exploring the grounds. This courtyard cottage comes with a well-equipped kitchen and a beautiful galleried landing leading to the master bedroom with ensuite. The second bedroom is on the ground floor, with the bathroom upstairs.
This beautiful ground floor cottage sleeps three people and has a private entrance leading up to it, offering extra privacy.
This open plan cottage offers a sociable and cosy retreat. With its own garden and well-equipped kitchen, The Bothy cottage has two bedrooms, a seating area and a wood burner.