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Situated amongst farmland and adjoining Bomere Heath village cricket ground and yet only 4 miles from the beautiful historic town of Shrewsbury stands this former country railway station built in 1847, set in 2 acres of grounds.
Set in beautiful countryside with outstanding views over the Shropshire plain, in a sheltered position nestling under the broadleaves and Scots Pines of Grinshill Hill with immediate access to lovely wooded walks.
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Sara and Phil welcome you to their three charming Shropshire self catering holiday cottages in Newport, beautifully appointed and decorated in a contemporary style. A blissful retreat in glorious countryside set within a working farm.
Country house hotel & restaurant on river Teme, admist beautiful gardens and countryside - award winning restaurant open to non-residents. Superb walking & birdwatching - special breaks available. AA Courtesy & care award NAS 3.
Bank Farm Caravan Park is situated at the gateway to Wales on the A458 between the villages of Trewern and Middletown at the foot of the Breidden Hills. Prices from £13-£16 per night for touring/camping and £25-£35 per night for holiday home hire.