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Shropshire's Outstanding Rural Paradise

The Shropshire Hills are not only beautiful but also officially outstanding. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1958 this rural haven covers a quarter of Shropshire on the edge of the Anglo-Welsh border. Stand on any of the hilltops and admire the view from the rocky Stiperstones, the plateau of the Long Mynd, the landscape of the Clee Hills & Corvedale, to The Wrekin & Wenlock Edge and the Clun Valley & Clun Forest. These breath taking sites more than make up for the climbs to reach them.

The Shropshire Hills is a varied landscape combining remote hills with pastoral lowlands as you walk through rolling farmland, river valleys, ancient forests and sleepy villages. If you are looking for somewhere off the beaten track to get away from the bustling towns and cities The Shropshire Hills is ideal for you with a wide range of walking and cycling trails for all levels.

To top it off why not stay in a country pub or inn. With local pubs now offering accommodation to rival the luxury of hotels why would you not choose to stay in a charming traditional pub over a characterless hotel. You can put your feet up by the log fire and enjoy a few pints of real ale with the knowledge your room is only a short walk away.