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Whether it’s exploring the sights of the city or visiting places that will take your breath away; it’s easy to enjoy a winter escape that won’t break the bank.
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Experience the great outdoors with a stay at All Stretton Bunkhouse, nestled deep in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Location: Church Stretton, Shropshire
Don’t miss a trip to Tanners Wines, independent and family-owned since 1842 which is one of the top wine merchants in the UK.
Location: Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Rediscover yourselves at this cherished ancient manor in the green heart of Shropshire.
Location: Wem, Shropshire
Shop in Shrewsbury - one of the few places where the independent shops still outnumber the 'big chains'.
Visit the small market town of Much Wenlock for festive trinkets, handmade gifts and sweet and savoury snacks at its Christmas Fayre.
Location: Much Wenlock, Shropshire
Hawkstone Historic Park is a unique place, with an intriguing mix of follies, caves and grottos.
Location: Weston-under-Redcastle, Shropshire
A farm shop like no other, Ludlow Food Centre is situated in Shropshire’s gastronomic capital of Ludlow.
Location: Ludlow, Shropshire
Stokesay Castle is simply the most romantic castle in Shropshire, even though it isn’t technically a castle.
Location: Craven Arms, Shropshire
The Lions Quays near Oswestry is a renowned hotel which also boasts a five-star Country Club and Spa.
Location: Oswestry, Shropshire
Many would love the chance to drive a steam engine, well now's your chance: become a train driver for the day at Telford Steam Railway.
Location: Telford, Shropshire
Ironbridge Gorge has World Heritage status for its unique contribution to the birth of the global Industrial Revolution in the 18th century.
Location: Ironbridge, Shropshire
Setting off from Kidderminster, dine in style on a steam-hauled restaurant car train, along 16 miles of Shropshire’s beautiful Severn Valley.
Location: Kidderminster, Worcestershire
Indulge in a countryside break at Goldstone Hall Hotel, winner of "The Small Hotel of the Year for The Heart of England West Midlands Region".
Location: Market Drayton, Shrosphire
Established in the 16th Century Shrewsbury’s Quarry Park must be one of the oldest picnic areas in the country.
See the city that the Romans built for us - once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain.
Location: Wroxeter, Shropshire
See the Ordovician ‘Stiperstones Quartzite’, which is a wild and distinctive landscape rich with geology of national significance.
Location: Minsterley, Shropshire
The Hundred House is ideal for romantic stop-overs – complete with swings in the bedrooms!
Location: Shifnal, Shropshire
Go to Ironbridge Gorge which created the spark that started the Industrial Revolution.
The Dorothy Clive Garden was created as a demonstration of love. Discover the intimacy and tranquillity of this special garden.
Location: Market Drayton, Shropshire
Explore the Kerry Ridgeway by foot, bicycle or on horseback and follow in the footsteps of the drovers of yesteryear.
Location: Bishop's Castle, Shropshire
Take one historic town, an enviable food culture, passionate local chefs and food producers and you get the perfect recipe for Ludlow Food Festival.
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