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The village of Woofferton lies at the junction of the A456 and A49 and is surrounded by the wide open Shropshire countryside, one of Shropshires most southerly villages with Ludlow to the north. At one time the village boasted a railway station on the Tenbury and Bewdley railway line, the line was opened in 1861 and operated by GWR and meant that it was possible to travel by train to Birmingham and Wolverhampton however by the end of the Second World War the road network had sufficiently improved rendering the railway almost redundant until the station causing the station to be closed in the 1960s. The route of the track can still be seen however near the Salwey Arms. Woofferton is truly a location for those that enjoy the exploring the surrounding countryside, it is an ideal location for walking or touring and there is a splendid example of a 16th century listed manor house in the form of Ravenscourt Manor in the village.


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Salwey Arms Hotel (0.07 miles)

Salwey Arms Hotel

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A traditional Inn on the Herefordshire / Shropshire border (A49) offering a warm welcome with great home cooked food and excellent service. All rooms have shower, wash basin, TV and ... More

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Overton Grange Hotel (1.92 miles)

Overton Grange Hotel
Book Online On the outskirts of glorious Ludlow, Overton Grange Country House Hotel is the AA highest awarded with an outstanding 85% merit. It has established a superb reputation for accommodation- exquisite rooms and excellent Michelin listed ... More
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Travelodge Ludlow (3.51 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Dinham Hall (3.69 miles)

Dinham Hall

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Tall, square, solid and stylish Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand late 18th century family home.
Furnished with beautiful, period antiques the house is now presented as an elegant 13 Bedroom Hotel ... More | visit website

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Feathers Hotel (3.82 miles)

Feathers Hotel

The Feathers Hotel is internationally recognised for its beautiful Jacobean architecture and Medieval heritage. Situated at the heart of the ancient market town of Ludlow, there are excellent craft and antique shops and a wealth of ... More | visit website

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The Cliffe Hotel (3.82 miles)

The Cliffe Hotel
The Cliffe has a Full-On Licence with a well stocked bar; providing a wide range of drinks including real ales. Restaurant and Bar meals are available and there is an extensive wine list. The hotel ... More | visit website
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130 Corve Street Bed & Breakfast (3.90 miles)

130 Corve Street Bed & Breakfast

Comfortable and friendly bed and breakfast accommodation, located a short walk from the centre of Ludlow, Shropshire - close to shops, pubs, restaurants and railway station.

Our newly-refurbished ground floor bedrooms have ensuite facilities, and are ... More | visit website

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Corve View (4.09 miles)

Corve View
A delightful stone cottage in Ludlow, 5 mins walk from the centre. The cottage has all the latest conveniences, as well as many original period charms.

NEW - we now have a sauna - and ... More | visit website
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Henwick House (4.16 miles)

Henwick House
Welcome to Henwick House, we offer guest accommodation within easy walking distance of Ludlow town centre (7 mins). Ludlow offers a great many ways to pass your time, from exploring its unspoilt architecture, to dining ... More | visit website
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Grove Farm Direct (4.23 miles)

Grove Farm Direct
We are a small family livestock farm (40 acres) on the outskirts of the village of Kimbolton where we rear 30 Aberdeen Angus Cattle and breed Suffolk X Sheep.The farm is run under the "Farm ... More | visit website

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