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Ludlow Castle

Welcome to Ludlow Castle, one of the finest medieval ruins in England. Set in the glorious Shropshire countryside at the heart of the superb, bustling black & white market town of Ludlow. Walk through the Castle grounds and see the ancient houses of kings, queens, princes, judges and the nobility – a glimpse into the […]

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Bishops Castle

The Castle Hotel

The Castle Hotel in Bishops Castle, has fourteen delightful en-suite bedrooms, three bustling bars, a fine oak panelled restaurant and one of the finest hotel gardens in the land. We also have two cottage available to let, just across the square. The hotel is suffused with that elusive “I’ve got away from it all” feeling. […]

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Shrewsbury Castle set to reopen to the public on 25 July 2020

…the stunning castle grounds which have been maintained by Shrewsbury Town Council throughout the closure. When visiting the Castle grounds, visitors will be able to have picnics as long as…


Whittington Castle

Welcome to Whittington Castle Welcome to Whittington Castle near Oswestry in Shropshire England. The strikingly picturesque and romantic ruins are steeped in much history, tales of bitter border warfare, romance and legend. A small rural community in North Shropshire, England acquired a 99-year lease to manage the Castle that sits in the centre of its […]

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Castle Farm Holidays Shropshire

Welcome to Castle Farm – a tranquil and picturesque development of holiday cottages and glamping accommodation in between  the lakeside town of Ellesmere and Oswestry in the beautiful North Shropshire countryside. Our two semi-detached cottages,:- Woodpecker is fully accessible for disabled guests, sleep 5 guests. Nuthatch sleeps 4 guests, BOTH have their own private hot […]

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Gin and Tapas Evening at The King and Castle, Kidderminster

We’re bringing a taste of the Mediterranean to the Midlands on 18th July. Sit on our vintage concourse and Settle down at The King & Castle at Kidderminster Station on…


Shropshire Parking & Car Parks

…to pay via the App Albrighton High Street (Crown Hotel) Bishops Castle Auction Yard Bishops Castle Church Street Bishops Castle Harley Jenkins Bridgnorth Innage Lane Bridgnorth Listley Street North Bridgnorth…


Road changes in Shropshire market towns

…implemented. Bishop’s Castle Church Street Traffic management measures are being proposed to provide extra footway width and social distancing, with closure of adjacent parking bays if necessary to assist with…

Bishop's Castle

Plasauduon, Bishop's Castle Holiday Cottage

Delightful Georgian and part Victorian stone and brick built holiday cottage overlooking the picturesque town. Sleeps six in three bedrooms, one double and two twin rooms. Renovated with two modern bathrooms and full central heating while retaining the exposed beams, large inglenook fireplace and wood burner in the living room. Hill views from all bedrooms. […]

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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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Rock Climbing and Bouldering In Shropshire

Corbet Woods – Grinshill Ridge – 90 climbs Located in the North of Shropshire, Corbett Woods is a mixture of a woodland and quarrying site in Shropshire. This area was…


Fitzwarine house

Fitzwarine house Historic Guest house  opposite Whittington Castle. Fitzwarine house is situated on the A495 in the picturesque village of Whittington. Views of Whittington castle from most of the rooms. Its a very old building parts of which date back to Tudor times. Oozing character it is the ideally placed for exploring the spectacular scenery […]

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