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March 2015: Vale of Belvoir

As the name of the place means ‘beautiful view’ you should have an inkling of what’s in store if you visit the Vale of Belvoir. ...More
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Baron at Bucknell, Bucknell

Baron at Bucknell
With stunning Shropshire views, The Baron at Bucknell boasts luxurious rooms with original wooden beams, iPod docks, and 32-inch flat-screen TVs. Home-cooked, seasonal food and real ales are served in ... More Prices from £100.00

Upper Letton Farmhouse, Ludlow

Upper Letton Farmhouse
Upper Letton Farmhouse is situated on the beautiful Shropshire/Herefordshire border along a quiet country lane but, just 8 miles from historic Ludlow. It is surrounded by wonderful countryside with far ... More Prices from £75.00

Lower Buckton Country House, Leintwardine

Lower Buckton Country House
Lower Buckton: Henry & Carolyn Chesshire run this fab old farmhouse off the beaten track in deepest country on north Herefordshire/south Shropshire border where England meets Wales. Just 10miles west ... More Prices from £100.00

Walford Court, Ludlow

Walford Court
Walford Court is a characterful 500 year old black and white property situated in the countryside 9 miles from Ludlow in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Walford Court is ... More Prices from £95.00

Middle Woodbatch Farm, Bishops Castle Shropshire

Middle Woodbatch Farm
4 Star 17th century Farmhouse on a working farm. Located in the Shropshire hills area of outstanding natural beauty. Only 5 minutes from the small market town of Bishops Castle. ... More Prices from £65.00

The Bateman Arms, Leominster

The Bateman Arms
Whether you are seeking accommodation for a short break or you are on business in North Herefordshire, the Bateman Arms is the place for you. Recently recognised in the Laterooms ... More Prices from £65.00

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