Places to Visit near Shropshire Self-Catering Accommodation
The Pottery is five minutes’ drive from the little market town of Church Stretton, with supermarket, leisure centre, and award winning delicatessen, pubs and shops.
Shrewsbury and Ludlow are both 25 minutes’ drive away.
Shrewsbury is one of England’s finest medieval towns and is packed with timber-framed black and white buildings. Charles Darwin was born and educated in Shrewsbury and all around you will find reminders of his association with the town. As well as history, it has great shopping!
Ludlow is often cited as the ‘gastro-centre’ of Britain and has a food centre to enjoy. There is also a castle and a characterful centre to explore.
Acton Scott working farm is less than 10 minutes’ drive. It was a setting for BBC2’s ‘Victorian Farm’ programme.
Ironbridge is a world heritage site and has various working museums including the famous ‘Blists Hill’ working museum.
National Trust and English Heritage properties include Stokesay Castle, Attingham Park and Powis Castle.
The Severn Valley Railway runs from Bridgnorth to Bewdley.
Regular local festivals include Shrewsbury Flower Festival, Ludlow Food Festival, Ludlow Arts festival and Church Stretton arts festival.