Country House Hotels in Shropshire
On the English-Welsh border sits Shropshire, a county with important links to the Industrial Revolution, the Middle Ages, the modern Olympics, the Anglo-Saxon King Offa and King Arthur. However, Shropshire has far more to offer than just a rich history.
Make sure you visit Ludlow, the gastronomic capital of Shropshire; Church Stretton, named ‘Little Switzerland’ by the Victorians; and Market Drayton, the home of gingerbread. The county town of Shrewsbury is also well worth a visit: interestingly the town centre is still based on the original medieval street plan.
Whilst exploring all that Shropshire offers, why not stay in one of the country house hotels listed below? The properties range from Fishmore Hall in Ludlow, a beautifully restored house to Albright Hussey Manor, a 16th century moated manor house.