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Shropshire (which was oddly abbreviated to Salop between 1974 and 1980) is a large sparsely populated county in the heart of England straddling the hilly area between Wales and Birmingham and covering an area of 1,350 square miles with a population of 400,000. Shropshire has a very attractive county town in Shrewsbury (which began life as the Saxon town of Scrobbesbryrig), possibly the finest tudor town in Britain with winding medieval streets of higgledy-piggledy half timbered houses. The attractions of Shrewsbury include Rowley's House Museum, Shrewsbury Abbey and the Shrewsbury Quest where visitors search for clues to solve a medieval murder mystery. Charles Darwin was born and educated in Shrewsbury.


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Barley Mow House Bed and Breakfast

Aston Rogers
Tel: 01743 891234
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18th century country house set in 2 acres of flower gardens and orchard. Peaceful rural location with views of Shropshire Hills. Rooms include: 2 x Double ensuite rooms; 1 x ensuite Family Room. Facilities: CTV; radio alarm; hospitality tray; free WiFi; car parking; patio; large flower garden....

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Church Farm Bed and Breakfast

Tel: 01952 586907
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Church Farm Bed and Breakfast, near Ironbridge, is a 17th century farmhouse B&B peacefully set in its own beautiful gardens and land on the edge of the small village of Kemberton in Shropshire, just 10 minutes drive from Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. All three of the large, newly...

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The Bryn

Tel: 01691 662513
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Based in the hub of Oswestry, Val and Chris run a very comfortable, friendly B&B only 5 minutes walk to the town centre and restaurants. Enjoy a locally sourced full English breakfast, followed by home made drop scones with a drizzle of maple syrup. Packed lunch by arrangement. FREE Wi-Fi and FREE...

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