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Much Wenlock


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Tel code: 01952 | code search
Postcode: TF13 | code search
Population: 2100
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Plume of Feathers
"Staff where friendly until we complained about the food. Three of us had the beef sunday dinner at £9 each. The beef was roughly a third eadible, with the rest ..." More

Plume of Feathers
"my family and i(which includes an 11 month old baby) called after a visit to shrewsbury for an early evening meal around 5.40 pm. food was advertised from 6.00 pm ..." More

Yew Tree Farm
"Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We are constantly on the look out for quiet, peaceful, dog-friendly, gay-friendly B&B's and this fulfilled those requirements. The fact that the hosts were lovely, the ..." More

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Much Wenlock is to be found in North Shropshire and it is one of those places that is easily overlooked – if you’re not careful. The town boasts a long and interesting history which seems to have started around 680AD when a monastery was erected on the site of Wenlock Priory for monks and nuns. The following centuries saw the town grow, a new church was built, it won status as a market town and in the 1300’s a stone jail was built, Much Wenlock then had to wait until the mid 1500’s for a courthouse to be built! It was also around this time that the Dissolution of the Monasteries were being undertaken and Wenlock Priory was no exception. The 1800’s continued to see the town grow, indeed at one time it had its own railway station – now long gone, construction of the National School and Corn Exchange were being undertaken as well as the Market Hall. Today the Market Hall is better known as the town museum. This long and interesting history has left its mark on the town, in the town square there are benches from where you can admire the variety of architectural influences, Georgian and Victorian with some notable Medieval elements. It is for this reason that the town is an ideal location for many residents and tourists alike, the range of traditional shops with modern amenities and an amazing amount of outdoor activities are available nearby, from a stroll along Wenlock Edge to a stroll around Wenlock Priory and other local landmarks.


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Much Wenlock Museum
Much Wenlock Priory
Wilderhope Manor (National Trust)


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Gaskell Arms Hotel & Restaurant
Plume of Feathers
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Much Wenlock Country Market

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Gaskell Arms Hotel & Restaurant
George & Dragon
Talbot Inn

Wenlock Edge Inn



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Corvedale CC (Cricket)


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R E & C O Alman Ltd
Darbyshire Opticians
Wenlock Fine Art
Blue Door Gallery
Twenty Twenty Applied
Corvedale Organic Lamb


The Edge Adventure Activities(Skate Boarding)

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Wenlock Edge Inn (0.06 miles)

Wenlock Edge Inn

Located high atop Wenlock Edge, with stunning views of Shropshire’s Apedale, the Long Mynd, and beyond. We are a traditional Shropshire pub, offering true hospitality to everyone from walkers, horse riders, through to lunch time ... More | visit website

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Gaskell Arms Hotel & Restaurant (0.15 miles)

Gaskell Arms Hotel & Restaurant

The Gaskell Arms Hotel is a 17th Century Coaching Inn with a wealth of character set in the medieval "Black & White" town of Much Wenlock. We offer excellent Bed & Breakfast or Self Catering accommodation, ... More | visit website

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Plume of Feathers (1.74 miles)

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A 16th Century country Inn with 9 letting rooms all en-suite with restaurant specialising in good quality cooking with seasonal local produce at reasonable prices. The Bar serves real ale ... More

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BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel (3.28 miles)


BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel is a 3 star country house hotel, set on the banks of the River Severn in the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, surrounded by stunning award winning parkland, making it very ... More | visit website

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Foundry Masters House (3.28 miles)

Foundry Masters House

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This early 1800's detached property previously built for the Foundry Master of the nearby Coalbrookdale works has been lovingly restored by the owners of the nearby Coalbrookdale Inn to reflect ... More

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Meadow Inn (3.52 miles)

Meadow Inn

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Inspired by the spirit of excellence and innovation that first made the beautiful Severn Valley world famous over 200 years ago; The Meadow Inn combines traditional values of hospitality and ... More

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Malthouse Restaurant and Rooms (3.75 miles)

Malthouse Restaurant and Rooms

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Fantastic riverside location with 12 ensuite letting rooms all individually designed, 6 in the main part of the building and 6 in the Bakehouse Annex next door. The Bakehouse has ... More

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Wharfage Cottage Bed and Breakfast (3.83 miles)

Wharfage Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Wharfage Cottage is a cosy comfortable place to stay in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge Heritage Site. All rooms overlook the river and 3 minutes walk to the iron bridge, local shops, cafes and ... More | visit website
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The Old Rectory (3.97 miles)

The Old Rectory

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The Old Rectory is a 5 STARS GUEST HOUSE, set within 2 acres of landscaped gardens, and has recently been elegantly restored. The quality and standard of re-decoration and furnishings is ... More

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Shakespeare Inn (4.25 miles)

Shakespeare Inn
The Shakespeare Inn is over 200 years old situated in the heart of the world heritage site of the Ironbridge Gorge, and within easy walking distance to the Coalport China Museum, the Blists Hill Museum, ... More | visit website

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