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Shropshire cafés and tea rooms: enjoy cream tea or a Shropshire lunch

You don’t need to travel far for sustenance in Shropshire. Our market towns and villages are packed with welcoming tea rooms and cafés ready to serve you with a smile. Perhaps coffee and a slice of homemade cake? If you’re looking for cream tea in Shropshire, be sure to ask for prune damson jam. The hearty prune damson, grown in Shropshire, creates a richly delicious jam that stands up beautifully against clotted cream on a scone. It’s not all delicate china and chintzy tablecloths in Shropshire cafés – although traditional tea rooms have their place here. We do them beautifully. In Shropshire you’ll also find hip cafés producing exciting food, staffed by highly trained baristas serving the best coffee the world has to offer. Pop-ups, open-mic nights, and collaborations between businesses show that Shropshire’s café owners are open to innovation and fun. Take a big sip of Shropshire – our tea rooms and cafés are ready to serve you!


Apley Farm Shop

Welcome to Apley Farm Shop, where traditional farming, the finest quality food and precious family time, are at the heart of our award-winning experience. Our aim is to source fresh and seasonal produce from our estate, farms, tenant businesses and locally based quality independent suppliers.  We pride ourselves on our varied selection of the freshest […]

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Fat Rabbit

Fresh, seasonal, local dishes in the heart of Oswestry. A family-run, licensed café. Dog friendly! Situated at the top of Bailey Street near Oswestry Market Square, Fat Rabbit is the perfect spot for coffee breaks and satisfying lunches in the heart of the town. People-watch during a bustling market day, cozy up on the inside […]

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Kin Kitchen

Welcome to kin – a family-run cafe, garden and rooms, in a beautiful listed building located in the heart of the historic town of Ludlow.

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British Ironwork Centre

The British Ironwork Centre is the largest centre in the United Kingdom for decorative metal work. A place for you and your family to not only enjoy our beautiful pieces of art, but to also explore what we have to offer here on site. Renowned for the Knife Angel, Spoon Gorilla and the Manchester Bee, […]

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Alderford Lake

Go Wild Creating Memories! Alderford Lake is the perfect destination for summer family fun- from our incredible 120 person aquapark, to paddleboard hire, to our twist on Escape Rooms this is a must visit destination. Your summer starts at Alderford Lake. Onsite we also have incredible selection of food options, including our Snugburys Ice Cream […]

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MOOand BOOM Lifestyle Store + Café

Award Winning Eco Friendly and Sustainable Lifestyle Store in the heart of Whitchurch, we pride ourselves on offering unique pieces for you and your home, from Ladies and Men’s clothing, Beauty, Well-being and holistic gifting, Soft Furnishings, Antique Furniture and all encased in a feel good ambience of shopping. If you have time to take […]

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The Market Hall

Often described as a “gem in Shrewsbury’s crown”, the town’s national award-winning Market Hall is well worth a visit for its vibrant blend of delicious street food, unique cafes, boutique stalls, arts and crafts, fresh local produce and much more.  There’s even an artisan gin bar well stocked with more than 100 craft gins. Spy […]

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Ludlow Castle

Welcome to Ludlow Castle, one of the finest medieval ruins in England. Set in the glorious Shropshire countryside at the heart of the superb, bustling black & white market town of Ludlow. Walk through the Castle grounds and see the ancient houses of kings, queens, princes, judges and the nobility – a glimpse into the […]

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Kerry Vale Vineyard

Kerry Vale Vineyard is a small, family run, English vineyard situated on the Welsh / English border of rural Shropshire. Planted in 2010 and covering six acres of farmland, on what was the Roman Fort of Pentreheyling, the vineyard resides at the eastern tip of the Vale of Kerry – an area of exceptional beauty, […]

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Hadley Park Farm - Caravan Park, Glamping, Equine, Café and Fishing

Set in the beautiful countryside of Shropshire on the Welsh border this newly formed and developing campsite promises a relaxed holiday.  The family owned business with an onsite refreshments café, fishing pool and small toilet block set in close proximity to the Shropshire Union Canal which towpath offers a delightful walk into the oldest market […]

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Barrow St Cafe

An independent cafe situated in the beautiful and historic town of Much Wenlock. Serving a wide range of hot & cold drinks, breakfast, lunch & delicious cakes – all made in the cafe. Gluten-free & vegan options available. Dog, walker & cyclist friendly!

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Willows Cafe

A small independent cafe serving delicious coffee, breakfast & lunch and wide range of homemade cakes.

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Feathers Hotel & Restaurant

The Feathers Hotel is a stunning facility, packed with history, charm and culture and can be found nestled away in the picturesque market town of Ludlow. Originally built in 1619, our Grade I listed, half-timbered hotel has recently undergone a huge £2.7m makeover but has, without doubt, retained all of its personality and iconic features.   […]

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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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