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Much Wenlock

Much Wenlock Priory

The tranquil ruins of Wenlock Priory stand in a picturesque setting on the fringe of beautiful Much Wenlock. An Anglo-Saxon monastery was founded here in about 680 by King Merewalh of Mercia, whose abbess daughter Milburge was hailed as a saint. Her relics were miraculously re-discovered here in 1101, attracting both pilgrims and prosperity to […]

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Bridgnorth

Bentley Lodge

self catering lodge Near Bridgnorth in Shropshire : The ultimate Shropshire Staycation which is available all year to enjoy for short let or longer holidays for romantic breaks. Bentley Lodge has all the facilities expected in a luxury holiday home in order to relax in the peace and tranquility of the Astbury Falls location. 4star […]

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Shropshire's best spring walks

 Crisp air, blooming foliage, and beautiful views – an invigorating spring walk is the perfect way to experience your doorstep this season. So, head out on one of these head-clearing strolls around your local area. Here are Shropshire’s best spring walks! North Shropshire winter walks Ellesmere has a wide variety of walking routes with some […]

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Shrewsbury

Little Springs Farm Cottage

** COVID-19 Update ** “We have adopted fully COVID-19 approved cleaning protocols and procedures which comply with Industry Standard guidelines. Following assessment, we have qualified for the Visit England “Good to Go” standard. We have implemented a full 30-hour gap between guests departing and arriving, which has had an effect on check-in and check-out times, […]

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TIC Locations

Each of Shropshire’s visitor information offices is managed by welcoming, friendly staff who are pleased to point the way through our beautiful county. You can pick up local leaflets, maps on walking, cycling and sightseeing, books and often Shropshire souvenirs too. In Shrewsbury the Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is housed in the same building as […]

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Shropshire Parking & Car Parks

Before you get stuck into all the amazing things to do in Shropshire, we know what you’ll all be thinking: But where can we park, how much will it cost and how can we pay? Maybe you won’t all be thinking that, but driving into a rural county can be daunting so it’s always nice […]

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Whitchurch

Iscoyd Park

Iscoyd is surrounded by 18th Century Parkland and stunning gardens overlooking the boarders of North Wales, Shropshire and Cheshire. Though Iscoyd is large enough to hold 160 people for a wedding reception and has recently been restored to award wining acclaim, it still retains the character, history and welcoming warmth of the family home it […]

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Shropshire

Shropshire's Markets

List of Shropshire’s Markets Visit Shropshire’s markets and enjoy each individual Shropshire town. Bishop’s Castle Bishop’s Castle Town Hall hosts a flea market on the first Saturday of the month, and a farmers’ market on the third Saturday. Bridgnorth Bridgnorth holds a market along the high street and beneath the Town Hall on Fridays and […]

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Shropshire Attractions Voucher Guide

Many of Shropshire’s iconic attractions have been closed to visitors due to the global pandemic. We have put together a list of some Shropshire attractions still operating their online shops.  A lot of the attractions’ gift vouchers are open-ended, so there is no time limit to enjoy these wonderful sites! Ironbridge Gorge Museums  Unlimited access […]

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Church Strettton

Oaklands Campsite

Welcome to Oaklands. A  back to basics campsite nestling under the wenlock Edge within the Shropshire Hills, set in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. (No bright lights or disco’s here). Let your mind drift into  starry skies infront of a firepit. (Logs and fire surround supplied). Try your luck fishing on our 2 lakes,  […]

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Church Stretton

Acton Scott Hall

Nestled in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies Acton Scott Hall. For the first time, the Acton family are opening the doors to this timeless gem by offering private group Tours of the house, grounds and gardens. Intricate oak panelling, decorative Jacobean carvings and fascinating heirlooms are all part of what makes […]

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Craven Arms

Highgrove Barns

Welcome to Highgrove Barns A right royal welcome awaits you at The Dairy and The Byre, luxury 18th Century barns adjoining the owners house. The accommodation is on the ground floor with only shallow steps to the front doors. Surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) in an elevated position halfway between Ludlow […]

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