Castle View B&B

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  • Friendly owner-run B&B opposite Stokesay Castle – the jewel of English Heritage!  Locally sourced full English breakfast with award winning marmalade, and artisan bread baked by my son.

    We have 3 rooms:- a double room ensuite with king size bed, a twin room with a private bathroom also a single with a private  bathroom, this room also has a hand basin in the room . All rooms have TV. Hair dryer , Bath robes. Hospitality tray WiFi access

    There is a large garden to sit and watch the buzzards swirling on the thermals. Bring your dog, plenty of walks from the door The Shropshire way almost passes  the door The  Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre with a pub next door is half a mile away

    The Long Mynd provides the ideal setting for walking or even hang gliding!  There are ample golf courses, river and pool fishing and the Edwardian elegance of Ludlow Racecourse.

    Craven Arms is only one mile away with shopping facilities, pubs and a railway serving Ludlow, Shrewsbury and the Heart of Wales Line.

    Ludlow is said to be “The Best Small Town in England” with it’s cliff top castle and Michelin starred dining. Host to the famous annual festival and Marches Food and Drink Festival, also the Medieval Fayre in November.

    WALKING

    New walks introduced by The Discovery Centre in 2017  include  ‘Stokesay Walks‘and ‘Norton Camp Climb‘ these can begin from my gate and are fully described.

    Norton Camp is one of Shropshire’s larger hill forts, enclosing  17 acres. While it  has just one ditch along the NW side where the hillside falls away steeply below,  there are two massive banks and ditches around most of the rest of the fort. To the south west there are two more outer banks which may have been built as additional lines of defence. From the highest point there is a magnificent viewpoint

    For more walks a simple search for “Stokesay Walks” gives a great variety headed for Stokesay Castle.

    Castle View  is also on the long distance walk ‘The Shropshire Way’, which has recently had the main route re-marked

    LOCAL EVENTS

    Craven Arms railway station is just one mile away, giving  trouble-free parking and access to Church Stretton, Shrewsbury or Ludlow.  Let the train take the strain and enjoy a variety of popular events in these places – or just go for a day out.


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