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Sweeney Farm Glamping

Luxurious glamping holiday and fitness/wellbeing retreat venue. Sweeney Farm Glamping is located at Sweeney Farm which is a family-run, organic dairy farm on the Shropshire-Welsh border just 3 miles south of the market town of Oswestry. The accommodation includes 3 individual safari style, tented lodges : Pump House Lodge, Mountain Lodge and Breidden Lodge. All […]

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Cleobury Mortimer

Lea Farm House

Settled amongst the grounds of the owners working farm, on the outskirts of the charming town of Cleobury Mortimer, in Shropshire, rests this remarkable ten-bedroom detached holiday home, Lea Farm House. Boasting a spacious and contemporary interior in a delightful countryside setting, Lea Farm House makes the ideal base for a rural retreat for both […]

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How to celebrate Valentine's Day at home!

Valentine’s day is a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make it special! Many of Shropshire’s wonderful restaurants are offering fantastic at-home dining options, so you can still celebrate Valentine’s day at home! Fishmore Hall renowned for their innovative cooking, Fishmore hall are bringing their luxury dining experience to your home. […]

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Must try alfresco dining & pub gardens in Shropshire

We’re sure you’ve heard the good news – from 12 April 2021, pub gardens and terraces can reopen once again for groups of six, providing it’s safe to do so. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some of the best beer gardens and alfresco dining in Shropshire, to get you in the mood for […]

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A local's guide to Ludlow

24 hours in Ludlow? Claire Hunte, co-founder, editor of letsgoludlow.com. Still a bona-fide newbie to Ludlow, moving from London a scant 8 years ago. If I had to do 24 hours in the medieval town of Ludlow, I would begin early and with a walk in Mortimer Forest, which is a short distance from the […]

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Shropshire Welcomes… Lovers of Food and Drink

With its farming heritage and fertile countryside, Shropshire is a slice of heaven for foodies. Outstanding food producers abound. You are spoilt for choice for places to stock up on local produce, from delis to butchers and farm shops to markets. This is true right across the county, and not just in the picturesque market […]

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Nature Conservation in the Shropshire Hills

Stepping Stones is a landscape-scale nature conservation project. The project area covers more than 200km², stretching from the Stretton Hills in the west to the Welsh border in the east. The vision is ecological connectivity: creating or improving areas of heathland, flower-rich grasslands and broad-leaved woodland, and linking them by a network of wildlife-rich hedgerows, […]

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Shrewsbury

Marton Hall

Set in its own beautiful, secluded grounds, Marton Hall provides luxury accommodation in a picturesque Shropshire hamlet, 9 miles from Shrewsbury. Sleeping up to twelve guests, this detached Arts and Crafts home has been revived to expose the house’s original character by restoring every detail. The owners have worked tirelessly over the last three years […]

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Winter sunrise from the Wrekin ❤️ 

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Embark on a journey through Ludlow's enchanting streets on a sunny Saturday market day! 🌞✨ 

Witness the lively atmosphere as local traders bring colors and flavors to the scene. Explore quaint independent shops, bask in the aromatic charm of cafes, and savor culinary delights at local restaurants. 

Ludlow's picturesque streets are a canvas of culture waiting to be explored! 🛍️🍽️ 

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"🏰✨ Dive into the heart of Shrewsbury's Castle Quarter – the epicenter of history and grandeur! 🏰 Home to four of the town's largest historic treasures – Shrewsbury Castle, Library, Prison, and Train Station. 

Did you know Shrewsbury Castle's foundations were laid in 1083 by the 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, Roger de Montgomery? 
Montgomery, a cousin of William the Conqueror, earned this castle and more as a thank-you for his aid during the Norman conquest.

From royal stronghold to a 16th-century transformation, Shrewsbury Castle has quite the story. Now, it stands majestically, housing the Shropshire Regimental Museum. 👑🏰 Ready to step into the pages of history?

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