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From these pages is a list of places to visit on the Shropshire and Herfordshire side of the Teme Valley. We hope you find them of use and come visit or possibly stay in the Teme Valley.
A list of Hotels, B&B's caravan and camping parks has been added to make your visit more helpful
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Acton Scott Vintage Farm.

Acton Scott
Situated off the A49 14 miles north of Ludlow and 17 miles south of Shrewsbury.
An upland farm operating just as it was 90 years ago. The waggoner and his team of horses work the land with vintage farm machines, see the milking done by hand and watch the butter making in the dairy.
Children will love the cows, pigs, sheep and poultry in the farm yard,including the Tamworth pigs and Shropshire sheep some of the rarer breeds. Daily demonstrations of crafts can be seen making for a great family day out.

RAF Cosford Museum.

Royal Airforce Mueseum
Situated at Cosford, Shifnal, A464 Junction 4 M54 Shropshire
The Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford is one of the most exciting museums of civil and military aviation history.
The story of man’s successes and failures in flying and missile development is told in vivid and exciting displays covering war planes, civil aviation and the development of guided missiles and jet air craft. Over 80 air crafts are on view in three wartime hangers on an active airfield.
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Lower Buckton.

Lower Buckton
Lower Buckton, a late Georgian country house situated in a tiny hamlet just above the meandering River Teme, you will find Henry and Carolyn the most friendly, hospitable and helpful hosts. Spacious, comfortable bedrooms and sitting room provide guests with a relaxing base from which to enjoy this special corner of England. There is an emphasis on good food and Carolyn is an accomplished and renowned cook. The large private dining room can seat up to 20 guests for dinner and lunch parties. For more information Click here

Burford House Gardens.

Burford House Gardens
Situated just outside Tenbury Wells on the A456 towards Ludlow.
Burford House Gardens is uniquely situated where three counties meet, the 7 acres of lawn and stunning borders of the gardens sweep along the banks of the picturesque River Teme. It is a peaceful garden with fascinating and unusual plants. Burford House is the home of the National Clematis Collection, along with around 2000 other kinds of plants.
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Berrington Hall.

Berrighton Hall
Situated on the A49 4 miles from Leominster and 6 miles from Ludlow. An elegant late 18th century house set in parkland designed by 'Capability Brown'. Beautifully painted ceilings and a fine collection of French Regency Furniture.Discover life below stairs in the Victorian laundry and Georgian dairy. The walled garden holds a Historic collection of Herefordshire apples.
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Mortimer Country

Mortimer Country lies in North Herefordshire, in the rolling hills and valleys between Ludlow and the Welsh border. Interspersed are a series of traditional English villages, many of which still support self-sustaining communities. Churches and castles abound, be they ancient ruins like Wigmore, Stapleton and Brampton Bryan or National Trust preserved properties such as Croft Castle, while the Mortimer Trail and its adjoining loop walks offer days of walking through unspoilt countryside.
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Stokesay Castle.

Stokesay Castle
Situated 1 mile south of Craven Arms on the A49. This is the most perfectly preserved fortified 13th century manor house in the country. Stokesay’s Great Hall is unchanged since the days of baronial feasts and the house and garden have hardly altered since they were completed in 1291. The Castle is entered through a splendid Jacobean gatehouse; the castlealso hosts a beautiful moat walk.
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