The walking in this area is outstanding at any time of year. Beautiful woodland, peaceful farmland and rolling hills are waiting for you. Wenlock Edge is a long and varied landscape feature, overlooking idyllic villages and towns with fascinating histories and intriguing features for you to rediscover.
The lanes in this part of the Shropshire countryside are so quiet and sleepy that there is no better place to use a bicycle to explore the area. Don't worry about the hills though. Some of the finest scenery is to be found among the farms and small villages with their cosy pubs, all tucked in below Wenlock Edge.
Coarse fishing is available at the nearby Mill Farm Holiday Home Park.
Do you own a microlight? We have our own landing strip and Perkin is an enthusiastic microlight pilot himself and would look forward to meeting you.
Hot air Ballooning
Bring your family along and enjoy a Hot Air Balloon flight over Shropshire.
Why not view beautiful Shropshire from the air? Bring your family along and enjoy our country walks or country rides.
Why not come for a lovely drive in your vintage car to enjoy the quiet lanes of Shropshire?
Spot the Black Panther
Keep an eye open when you come to visit us. There may well be a black panther living in the Shropshire countryside. There have been numerous sightings.
Historical Places to Visit
Ironbridge and Coalport - UNESCO world heritage site See the National Collections of Caughley and Coalport china in the magnificent old Coalport China Works Museum. Rich colours, bright glazes and exquisite decoration. Experience much more; with demonstrations of traditional ceramic techniques which reveal the secrets of ceramic production. There are an amazing ten museums in this UNESCO world heritage site. Cardingmill Valley and Church Stretton This area of stunning National Trust heathland and valleys lies close to the historic town of Church Stretton. Wilderhope Manor A perfect and peaceful place to pause for an afternoon tea on the terrace. Standing on the slopes of Wenlock Edge with fine views of the landscape, the house dates from 1585 and boasts a remarkable wooden spiral staircase and fine plaster ceilings. Stokesay Castle Stokesay Castle is the finest and best preserved 13th century fortified manor house in England. It offers visitors a unique glimpse into a distant age, when strength and elegance were combined. Much Wenlock Visit the dramatic remains of Wenlock priory dating from AD 680 and in the town, imagine how life must have been, as you walk the cobbled streets and see Much Wenlock's ancient wells, whipping posts and stocks. Ludlow Ludlow and its imposing castle are perched on a cliff over the peaceful River Teme. The history of the town is evident in every street and building, a 900-year old Norman town that was built to a plan. Eat at one of a host of fine restaurants, including Mr Underhill's at Dinham Weir, where you can enjoy a Michelin Star experience, or perhaps at Hibiscus, a Michelin 2-star establishment. Bridgnorth From here, the Severn Valley Railway winds along the Severn Gorge, a journey that will take you back to the age of steam. The steep old Cartway rises to the marketplace, but don't worry, the lower and upper parts of the town are also linked by the steepest funicular railway in Britain.