Walcot Hall
Walcot Hall

Church Stretton is a lovely old market town backed by the Long Mynd to the west and with Wenlock Edge a few miles eastwards, its attractions including Brockhurst Castle and the nearby hill of Caer Caradoc... Read More

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Longmynd Hotel

Longmynd Hotel

Nestled in woodland overlooking the small market town of Church Stretton, the hotel is situated in the South Shropshire hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty and renowned walking country. Boasting breathtaking views, Longmynd provides good ... More | visit website

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Mayfield (0.96 miles)


An attractive 1930's detached bungalow located in the tranquil Shropshire village of All Stretton, at the foot of the beautiful Caradoc and Long Mynd Hills. Renovated and furnished in a contemporary theme, this inviting property ... More

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Affcot Lodge (4.52 miles)

Affcot Lodge
Formally called the Travellers Rest, The Affcot Lodge has changed ownership and undergone substantial refurbishment. Owned and run by Chris and Wendy Davis and their dedicated team the Lodge re-opened for business on 1st July ... More | visit website

The Calf Kit (4.64 miles)

The Calf Kit

Four quality, brick built barn conversions, superb Shropshire holiday cottages, in a lovely courtyard setting on the owners' 250 acre farm, on the edge of Westhope village, 6 miles from delightful Church Stretton. Originally part ... More

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Crown Country Inn (5.48 miles)

Crown Country Inn

The Crown is set in an "area of outstanding natural beauty", and the towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Telford, Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth and Craven Arms are all within easy travelling distance.

The Crown is a Grade II ... More | visit website

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Raven Hotel (6.40 miles)

Raven Hotel

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Beautifully set in the ancient market town of Much Wenlock, this 17th century coaching inn presents itself as an ideal base from which to explore Shropshire. The combination of ancient almshouses and ... More

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Stokesay Castle Hotel (7.01 miles)

Stokesay Castle Hotel

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Situated in the Shropshire town of Craven Arms surrounded by beautiful countryside and views. We are an ideal base for enjoying shropshire walks, cycling and tourism.
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Tom Doby's Barn and Flemings. (7.65 miles)

Tom Doby
Acton Pigot is a small hamlet near Acton Burnell, nestling in the beautiful South Shropshire countryside with stunning views of the Wrekin and South Shropshire hills.
Set in two acres of established gardens, it is ... More | visit website
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Grove Farm House (7.79 miles)

Grove Farm House
Grove Farm House is a large Georgian farmhouse located just outside the small village of Condover, only six miles south of the historic market town of Shrewsbury and within striking distance of the South Shropshire ... More | visit website
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Piglets Place at Plealey Country Cottages (8.50 miles)

Piglets Place at Plealey Country Cottages

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Dating back to 1600 and bursting with character and charm, these tastefully converted barns retain many of their original features whilst offering all modern comforts in their ... More

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Upper Onibury Cottages (8.82 miles)

Upper Onibury Cottages
Norton Estate was acquired by the present owners Mr and Mrs Hickman in 1992. The original barns that date from 1840 are built from local stone, and they have been sympathetically converted and carefully furnished ... More | visit website

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