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The village of Leintwardine can trace its roots back to Roman times, all around the site of the present town there is evidence of Roman forts indicating the commanding position that Leintwardine held in its location in the Teme Valley. The village of Leintwardine is situated on the Shropshire / Herefordshire border in the Welsh Marches just off the A4113 between Ludlow and Knighton amongst the rolling hills for which the area is famous. It is an area of outstanding beauty, steeped in history with the ruins of many castles in the area. For those who enjoy walking in such picturesque scenery there is the Offas Dyke part of which runs close by. For those more interested in local history then St Mary Magdalene Church, Leintwardine is worth a visit, overlooking the town the church foundations are said to be Saxon whilst the main part of the church is 13th and 14th century. A short stroll down Church Street and Watling Street demonstrates how popular this location has always been with its examples of 17th century architecture still in evidence today. Today Leintwardine, in keeping with past times, is still a popular place to live and for the casual visitor the surrounding scenery and village are much appreciated as a reminder of its historic past.


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Old Downton Lodge (1.56 miles)

Old Downton Lodge

Situated only 6 miles away from the town of Ludlow, this enchanting hotel is set in its own private grounds and boasts uninterrupted views across the Shropshire and Herefordshire Hills.

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Brick House Farm (1.91 miles)

Brick House Farm
Brick House Farm is an original Tudor farmhouse on a working smallholding. We are located in the Welsh Marches, in North Herefordshire near the borders with Shropshire and Wales. The house has two luxury bedrooms, ... More | visit website
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The Baron at Bucknell (3.28 miles)

The Baron at Bucknell
The Baron at Bucknell (formerly known as The Baron of Beef) is a traditional free house country inn set in the pretty village of Bucknell with stunning views of rolling Shropshire hills and just 20 ... More | visit website
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Upper Onibury Cottages (4.54 miles)

Upper Onibury Cottages
Norton Estate was acquired by the present owners Mr and Mrs Hickman in 1992. The original barns that date from 1840 are built from local stone, and they have been sympathetically converted and carefully furnished ... More | visit website
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The Clive Bar & Restaurant with Rooms (5.09 miles)

The Clive Bar & Restaurant with Rooms

The Clive Bar and Restaurant with Rooms is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary. Originally a farmhouse, the main building has been developed so as to retain the original features of the Clive bar ... More | visit website

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Stokesay Castle Hotel (5.57 miles)

Stokesay Castle Hotel

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Situated in the Shropshire town of Craven Arms surrounded by beautiful countryside and views. We are an ideal base for enjoying shropshire walks, cycling and tourism.
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The Cliffe Hotel (6.23 miles)

The Cliffe Hotel
The Cliffe has a Full-On Licence with a well stocked bar; providing a wide range of drinks including real ales. Restaurant and Bar meals are available and there is an extensive wine list. The hotel ... More | visit website
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Dinham Hall (6.45 miles)

Dinham Hall

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Tall, square, solid and stylish Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand late 18th century family home.
Furnished with beautiful, period antiques the house is now presented as an elegant 13 Bedroom Hotel ... More | visit website

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Corve View (6.57 miles)

Corve View
A delightful stone cottage in Ludlow, 5 mins walk from the centre. The cottage has all the latest conveniences, as well as many original period charms.

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Mortimers Cross Inn (6.64 miles)

Mortimers Cross Inn

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This charming, family run, 12th century inn, set amidst beautiful countryside, boasts many original period features whilst offering you a wealth of modern conveniences for ... More

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