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Thomas House Log cabin.

Thomas House Log cabin

This is our new log cabin that has replaced our mobile home which gave many guests a good holiday for the past twenty years.
Parking is off our drive with almost level access onto decking, giving one level in and around the cabin.
The main area is open plan with lounge, dining area and kitchen which is well equipped with fridge freezer, microwave dishwasher, washer/drier
built in hob and oven, centrally heated throughout together with a log burning stove and double glazing.
There are two bedrooms both ensuite one with a wet room.
It is set on the Clee Hills Hope Bagot Shropshire with panoramic views of open countryside. Sorry NO smoking and NO pets.
For more information ring Dorothy & Clive Shakespeare on 01584 890735 or email dorothyshakespeare@btinternet.com

Secret Hills.

The Secret Hills Craven Arms

Situated at Craven Arms on the A49 between Ludlow and Shrewsbury.
Unfold the secrets of the Shropshire Hills on a family fun day out in an amazing grass roofed building.
Try the simulated air balloon ride, see the famous Shropshire Mammoth.
Discover archaeology, ecology and nature, meadows and trails.

Rays Farm.

Rays Farm

Situated at Billingsley, B4363 Bridgenorth, Shropshire
Set in a beautiful wooded valley Rays Farm is home to unusual farm animals and birds including deer, owls, llama, alpaca, ponies, goats and much more.
There are woodland walks by fast flowing streams along a myth and magic woodcarving trail of over 50 carvings.
These have been created using a chain saw.

Carding Mill Valley.

Carding Hill Valley Church Stretton

Situated on the A49 at Church Stretton, located between Ludlow and Shrewsbury.
In Shropshire, the National Trust Safeguards 7000 acres of Wenlock Edge and the South Shropshire Hills.
When visiting the hills, the ideal place to start is the Carding Mill Valley near Church Stretton on the A49 then walk over the Long Mynd and Wenlock Edge.
If time allows visit Attingham Park, which boasts its own deer park, the 19th Century surburban villa of Sunnycroft or Dudmaston, a late 17th Century house – all owned by the National Trust.

Well House B&B, Chapel Lawn

Well House B & B

Well House is an 18th Century former stone farmhouse in the hidden Redlake Valley, just east of Knighton and south of Clun.
Di and Patrick Cosgrove have recently renovated the property with B&B in mind and offer two very large bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. There is also a smaller, bedroom suitable for children. Rates are very reasonable and evening meals are available by prior arrangement.
Di is a very good cook. Walkers and cyclists are especially welcome as are horse riders (safe grazing next door).
For full details visit www.stayatchapellawn.co.uk. Telephone: 01547 530347

Ironbridge Gorge.

Iron Bridge Telford

Situated at Ironbridge, Telford, Shropshire
The breathtaking beautiful Ironbridge Gorge tells the momentous story of Britain’s Industrial Revolution through a sequence of 10 museums and sites.
Don’t miss a visit to the valley that changed history, it is listed as one of Britain’s World Heritage sites.
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