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Inns in Much Wenlock

The Fox Inn
46 High Street
Much Wenlock

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The Fox Inn is a traditional inn offering recently refurbished ensuite accommodation in the heart of Shropshire. Located in historic Much Wenlock, a beautiful Market town nestled in some of the most glorious Shropshire countryside.Home to Dr William Penny Brookes who helped to inspire the birth of modern Olympic games, you can follow the Olympic trail which starts and ends at Much Wenlock Museum in the Town Square. For walkers, Wenlock Edge is a long wooded escarpment stretching from the Wrekin to Craven Arms. Fantastic for Fossil hunting as this limestone ridge is the remains of a Coral Reef, going back 430 Million years. Within easy reach are Ironbridge hosting the World's first Iron Bridge, Blists Hill Victorian Museum Coalport China to name a few. Bridgnorth with its high and low towns are linked with the one of the oldest and steepest vanicular railways in England. Shrewsbury is 12 miles away and is host to the famous Flower Show. You can also take a Canadian style canoe down the River Severn. The Fox dates back to the 1600s and has always been a predominant coaching inn. Our light and airy restaurant seats 38 people easily and the table is yours for the night so prepare to relax.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 14:00 to 20:00. Check Out is by 11:00. Early/Late Check Ins by arrangement. We are a no smoking accommodation. Pets can be accommodated by arrangement only. Children are welcome, travel cots can be added to rooms but are not provided. Please specify in special instruction if you are bringing a travel cot.

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