Tel: 01691 777 701
A magnificent Marcher Fortress built 700 years ago by Edward I, situated close to the Welsh border. It has continuously lived in by the Myddelton family for the past 400 years. The beautiful gardens offer commanding views over the Cheshire/Shropshire plains.
Tel: 01746 780866
National Trust House, Parklands & Gardens. Home of Labouchere family. House contains extensive and varied art collections, botanical art, costumes and much more.
Tel: 01978 315151
Unique 'upstairs downstairs' property, most interesting are the kitchens, laundry, bake house stables, sawmill & smithy used by the servants. The stunning staterooms display most of their original 18th & 19th century furniture. The large walled garden has been restored to its 18th century formal design.
Tel: 01938 551944
National Trust. World famous terraced garden & medieval castle containing one of the finest collections of paintings in Wales. It was originally built as a fortress by Welsh princes & was later enriched by generations of Herberts & Clives.A beautiful collection of Indian treasures is displayed in the Clive Museum.
Holyhead Road Wellington Telford
Tel: 01952 242884
Late Victorian gentleman`s villa which has survived largely unaltered. The grounds are a mini estate with pigsties, stables, kitchen garden, orchards, conservatory, flower garden and superb Wellingtonia avenue.
Wenlock Edge is a long wooded escarpment stretching from The Wrekin to Craven Arms. The limestone ridge is the remains of a coral reef, so there are lots of opportunities for fossil hunting amongst the exposed rocks. The area is very popular with walkers and the National Trust own a seven mile stretch of the ridge.