Real Blue Skies Thinking
Many people ask us (and themselves) “So where exactly is Shropshire anyway”? Tucked away on the English Welsh border Shropshire is easy to reach from almost anywhere (the map opposite will help you find us). And like all the best places, Shropshire is also just far enough away that it’s stayed unspoilt and comparatively unchanged.
So if you are looking for a short break this spring and a chance to get away from it all, de-stress, clear your head and indulge a little - Shropshire could be the answer to your prayers. For here you will find Medieval Shrewsbury, birthplace of Charles Darwin and Ironbridge, birthplace of all things industrial and little Much Wenlock – the inspiration for the modern Olympics.
Shropshire’s smorgasbord is fit to bursting with local produce and great eateries. We still have independent shops too and 20 vibrant market towns where you can get your retail fix.
Ever since those clever Romans discovered Shropshire as an ideal place for some decent R&R, Shropshire has been offering comfy beds, good food, proper ales and the like to the weary. All served up with the sort of warmth and hospitality that encourages friends to return. It’s a tradition that continues today.