Bishops Castle, Shropshire

Bishops Castle is a small town built on a south-facing hill, with a population of around 1500. Centred on the High and Church streets, which climb from the parish Church. You can admire the Town Hall and many other historic buildings and the unusual Elizabethan House on Crutches, which is supported by wooden posts over a cobbled alley.

There are two museums celebrating local history and the railway. Lots of lovely traditional shops, butchers, grocers, ironmongers, as well as bookshops, handmade furniture and art galleries line the main street.

The number of pubs reminds us that Bishop's Castle was once a drovers town - a watering hole for both them and their cattle on their way to market. With two breweries, many eating places and a lively events calendar - people keep coming back.

Bishop's Castle has also become a Walkers Are Welcome award winning town along with its South Shropshire neighbour Church Stretton.

Please click here to view a map of Bishop's Castle town centre.

Attractions in Bishop's Castle

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Opening 5th May 2015. If you are looking for something genuinely hand crafted and locally made, either for your home or as a special gift, please visit Ralph Jandrell Pottery.

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The unusually named Bog Centre, is the old school house and one of last remaining buildings from The Bog Village, demolished in 1972.

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Accommodation in Bishop's Castle

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The Coach House Norbury is a modern country inn offering superior bed & breakfast, dinner and drinks. Our friendly team are dedicated to quality food & drink and making sure you have the best time possible when you are with us.

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Cosy cottage with south facing walled garden. Beautifully converted and equipped from 17th Century stone barn. Short walk from flourishing market town.

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The Castle Hotel has been offering great value accommodation since 1719. So we've had a lot of practice you see. One of the first Landlords was Clive of India!

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The AA Inn 4 Star Highly Commended Accommodation Grading Walker Friendly Cyclist Friendly Pet Friendly Shropshire Tourism Price Promise

A delightful 18th Century, stone built barn conversion situated close to the owners' farmhouse on a 4.5 acre smallholding with rare breed pigs, sheep, ducks, chickens and a wildlife pond, on the outskirts of the hamlet of Mainstone.

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Shropshire Tourism Price Promise Sykes Cottages

Sun Cottage is a characterful grade 2 listed building, nestled in the conservation village of Norbury which is in the South Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or AONB.

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Sykes Cottages

This end-terrace holiday cottage is ideally located in the ancient town of Bishop’s Castle in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

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Sykes Cottages

Right on the Shropshire Way, The Shippen is the perfect rural getaway for 2-4 people in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

07747 115 935     Contact via Email    

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The Laurels is a gorgeous Grade II listed building in the heart of Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire. An idyllic location for any getaway in a house packed full of character and history.

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Map of Bishop's Castle Town

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