One of Britain's real secrets - The Shropshire Hills - rolling, hill country, with good walking paths and a real welcoming attitude. Our base in Church Stretton is ideal, tucked under the Longmynd moor, with good walking facilities. The Shropshire Hills are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. with Church Stretton at it's heart.
Church Stretton has the Walkers are Welcome status as well - to prove that it really cares for walker's needs. See www.walkersarewelcome.org.
Join us in these secret hills for a Shropshire Experience - a holiday that lets you get away from everyday life into tranquil, peaceful land.
Walking in the Shropshire hills is indeed a magnificent experience. Moderate walking routes, a view at every turn.
The views are unrivalled - a 360 degree panorama taking in the Black Mountains, the Berwyns, Cader Idris, the Malverns, and the Staffordshire peak district.
Shropshire’s hospitality will embrace you too, making your break a truly Shropshire experience.
Remember our flexibility promise - we print a programme here but simply join us on the days you are free.
Staying additional nights - no problem, just talk to us about what you need.
What to do in Shropshire
Other than walking - well we do have Ironbridge Gorge -simply the last word in Industrial Heritage museums, The Severn Valley Railway, Weston Park, many National Trust properties. Nearer to Church Stretton, Stokesay Castle is a treat, and Ludlow, with it’s foodie connections and Georgian architecture must be visited.
We have lovely historic market towns - Church Stretton, Much Wenlock, Bishops Castle, Bridgnorth and Clun, with Montgomery and its castle a short drive away. You are spoilt for choice.
Walking in the Ironbridge Gorge - our heritage deep in Shropshire country side
Britain becoming a major industrial power in the 1700’s. The process of making iron, and of developing its uses are at the heart of this still thriving valley. We walk amongst the historical past, through lovely stream valleys, and ancient woods on this holiday, with the River Severn not too far away on every walk.
Notice - as from January 1 2013, we are not able to entertain dogs on our Shropshire Hills walking programmes run from the Longmynd - the hotel have changed their policy and no longer allow dogs on the premises. You can join us for each programme if you re prepared to go into local bed and breakfast accommodation, joining us for dinner at the hotel. Please ask.
Please note - as well as using the Longmynd Hotel we also use guest houses of the highest standard.
Please see their web sites for more details
Arden House - www.ardenhouse-churchstretton.co.uk
Brookfields Guest House - www.churchstretton-guesthouse.co.uk
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