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What to see and do

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Beautiful Shropshire.

Shropshire has many attractions that include Ironbridge Gorge, now a world heritage site, and numerous stately homes and castles including Attingham Park and Benthall Hall. The county has many delightful towns and villages nestling in some of the best scenery to be found in the Heart of England.

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The historic market town of Shrewsbury.

The historic market town of Shrewsbury is only 12 miles away. The town has over 600 listed buildings including the Castle and the Abbey. Relax in beautiful Quarry Park or take a boat trip on the River Severn. The historic centre is a shopper’s heaven packed with designer shops, smart new malls and an amazing range of independent retailers. Shrewsbury is also the venue for the world famous Flower Show in August every year. The new riverside Theatre Severn and restored 1596 Old Market Hall (now home to a café bar and cinema) are great attractions. Shrewsbury is reputedly England’s most haunted town, and you can talk a guided ‘Ghost Walk’ around the 650 historic building in the town centre.

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Picturesque town of Welshpool.

The Shropshire / Wales border location makes it ideal for trips to Mid Wales and the beaches of the Welsh coast. Only 13 miles to the west is the picturesque border town of Welshpool, with the spectacular Powis Castle and the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway – one of the great little trains of Wales. Further to west Lake Vyrnwy, Bala Lake and the Snowdonia National Park are only an hours drive, while the pretty coastal towns of Harlech, Barmouth and Porthmadog are only around two hours drive.

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The 16th Century town of Ludlow.

The 16th Century towns of Ludlow (famed for its food festival) and Bishops Castle in South Shropshire with their half-timbered buildings and castle are charming. For walkers and nature lovers there is the “Little Switzerland” town of Church Stretton and the hills of the Long Mynd. Across the region you will discover scenic country pubs with good food, little tea rooms, quaint shops of all varieties and, above all, a warm welcome.

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If you don't fancy the miles.

Closer to home their are many walks and cycle rides around the quiet Shropshire country lanes. You could even just stay on the park, relax and fish in our well-stocked pools, or use our state of the art fitness centre.

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