The County of Shropshire is a timeless place with some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes in the British Isles, including the Long Mynd and Shropshire Hills all of which are areas of outstanding natural beauty. It is the county that ignited the Industrial Revolution, helped bring the modern Olympics to the world stage and inspired the young Charles Darwin and the poet A.E. Housman. Brereton's B&B is close to so many attractions here are a just few to choose from.
Why not come and discover Shropshire and be inspired.
Wroxeter Roman Village (www.english-heritage.org.uk/about/news/wroxeter-has-new-roman-villa)
Shropshires' Little Switzerland www.churchstretton.co.uk
BBC Victorian Farm www.actonscott.com/farm.php
Ludlow Historic Town and Castle www.ludlow.org.uk/
Darwin's Home www.visitshrewsbury.com
The Long Mynd area of outstanding natural beauty www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-longmynd
The area includes part of the great ridge, the Long Mynd, with stunning views across the Shropshire and Cheshire plains and Black Mountains. This is excellent walking country with much of interest to the naturalist; the Chalet Pavilion in Carding Mill Valley offers information about the area, as well as a tea-room and shop.
Mitchells Fold Standing Stones www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=583
The Shropshire Way www.shropshirewalking.co.uk/shropshire-way
The infamous Housman describes Shropshires beauty www.housman-society.co
PLACES TO EAT OUT
Plough Inn, Wistanstow,Ideal for that evening meal, just 1 mile from Breretons Farm , easy drive or nice walk in summer time
Tel: 01588 673251..... Website www.ploughwistanstow.co.uk/
Hundred House Inn
The Clive Bar and Restaurant
The Sun Inn
Jaipur Indian Restraunt
6 Sandford Avenue, Church Stretton,SY6 6BW
Telephone 01694 724667
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