Motorhome Hire Shropshire

Regarded as one of the last remaining rural idylls; Shropshire is home to picturesque villages, castles, and owners who love renting out their motorhomes with the Camperbug community. Tranquil and uncrowded, Shropshire was once a wild borderland between Wales and now contains a wealth of crumbling castles which were utilized during the medieval struggle against the Welsh. Hop in your motorhome hire Shropshire for a sightseeing tour of Roman ruins, UNESCO World heritage sites, and the best-preserved Steam Train connection in England. Visit the beautiful market town of Church Stretton for walking paths or drive on to Carding Mill Valley for horse riding, hiking, and cycling routes. Stroll through the medieval market town of Shrewsbury, or cruise on to Ludlow for an exciting food and arts festival. With experiences as varied as the county itself, Shropshire is a grand county to get acquainted with on a motorhome hire vacation! Pop into the Ironbridge Gorge Museums in Telford or tour the magnificent Chirk Castle in Oswestry. Visit Bridgnorth to see the crumbling remains of Bridgnorth Castle or select a motorhome in Newport! You’ll have no problem locating our lenders in all these locations and more

  • Shropshire Hills The view from Spoad Hill, over Whitcott Keysett in the valley and to the Long Mynd (glider station) in the far distance.
    • Name:Shropshire
    • Pop:306,129
    • Photo Credit: Peter Evans
    • Description: Shropshire Hills The view from Spoad Hill, over Whitcott Keysett in the valley and to the Long Mynd (glider station) in the far distance.
    • Lat Long:52.7064° N, 2.7418° W,
    • Places to explore and rent from in Shropshire

    • The Withy Pool One of a number of pools and ponds throughout Telford Town Park; most, like this, were originally part of the water balancing and supply system for the network of canals in the area, serving the industries during the Industrial Revolution.
      • Name:Telford
      • Pop: 138,241
      • Photo Credit:Richard Law
      • Description: The Withy Pool One of a number of pools and ponds throughout Telford Town Park; most, like this, were originally part of the water balancing and supply system for the network of canals in the area, serving the industries during the Industrial Revolution.
      • Lat Long:52.6776° N, 2.4673° W,

      Telford

    • The Square, Shrewsbury, UK
      • Name:Shrewsbury
      • Pop: 71,715
      • Photo Credit:Gnesener1900
      • Description: The Square, Shrewsbury, UK
      • Lat Long:52.7073° N, 2.7553° W,

      Shrewsbury

    • Whittington lake and castle, Shropshire
      • Name:Oswestry
      • Pop: 15,613
      • Photo Credit:Lesbardd
      • Description: Whittington lake and castle, Shropshire
      • Lat Long:52.8571° N, 3.0564° W,

      Oswestry

    • w:Bridgnorth: High Town, Shropshire, England.
      • Name:Bridgnorth
      • Pop: 12,212
      • Photo Credit:Pam Brophy
      • Description: w:Bridgnorth: High Town, Shropshire, England.
      • Lat Long:52.5345° N, 2.4245° W,

      Bridgnorth

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