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Local Towns

Ludlow...

Ludlow has many things to offer both visitors and locals - from visiting the many historic buildings in the town to a meal at one of Ludlow's many renowned eating places. Those who like to shop will enjoy the many and varied independent shops selling a wide range of goods. Antique collectors, book worms and art enthusiasts will also find plenty to do...

www.ludlow.org.uk

Shrewsbury...

Town centre shopping as you have longed for it to be - a destination on your doorstep. Stylish shops, restaurants of repute, its architectural elegance creates a place to shop, eat, meet and enjoy... 

www.shrewsburyguide.info

On the edge of the old Marcher kingdom, Craven Arms grew into an important frontier trading post between Wales and England.

Craven Arms...

On the edge of the old Marcher kingdom, Craven Arms grew into an important frontier trading post between Wales and England.

Surrounded by hills, Craven Arms is the natural start point for many long distance and shorter circular walks it was almost inevitable that it also became the home of the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre.

www.shropshiretourism.co.uk/craven-arms

Clun…

"Clunton and Clunbury, Clungunford and Clun are the quietest places under the sun" A. E. Housman.

The charming town in miniature of Clun lies in a stunningly beautiful valley in the Clun Forest. The Forest is however largely treeless - presumably to confuse the visitor.

Clun was built around a 14th Century packhorse bridge with alcoves for pedestrians to avoid being run over.

www.shropshiretourism.co.uk/clun

For further information on local Towns & Villages please click through to Shropshire Tourism - www.shropshiretourism.co.uk

Local Attractions

Clun Castle & Clun Bridge - Website

Stokesay Castle - Website

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre - Website

Spaceguard Centre - Website

Offas Dyke Path - Website

Places To Eat & Drink

• The Knighton Hotel - Website

• The Hundred House- Website

• The Baron Of Beef- Website

• The White Horse- Website

• The Bishop's Castle Hotel - Website

• The Three Tuns- Website