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About Church Stretton:
Church Stretton is a small market town made fashionable by the Victorians with a pleasing atmosphere of small shops and good service. The town nestles in a valley with glorious backdrop of the Longmynd and Caer Caradoc. This setting has earned it the name of 'Little Switzerland' the more so in winter when dusted with snow. The shuttle bus that circulates up on the Longmynd plateau, passes through the town centre. This area of outstanding natural beauty is renowned for its many beautiful and scenic walks to suit both the less energetic and the more experienced hill walkers and those with an interest in the extraordinary geological formulations of Shropshire.

Golf Courses, Gliding Club, Tennis Courts and Bowling Green, Stables and Cycle hire facilities are all close by as well as centres for Hot Air Ballooning.

Shropshire TourismChurch Stretton area & Shropshire:
Church Stretton is ideally placed as a centre for touring Shropshire. Being a short distance from the medieval county town of Shrewsbury, the beautiful old market towns of Ludlow, Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth with its Severn Valley Railway.

Church Stretton, ShropshireWithin easy reach are the 'Birthplace of Industry' at Ironbridge Gorge and its' many heritage museums, Stokesay Castle Medieval Fortified Manor House, Acton Scott Working Farm, the Roman Ruins at Wroxeter, Castles, Abbeys, Stately Homes, Gardens and various Iron Age Hill Forts.

A lovely home from home and we will surely be back again
(John & Brenda Jones, Christchurch)

James & Julie Evans: Brookfields Guest House, Watling St North, Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 7AR
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