Located on the Welsh boarders, Shropshire, or Salop as it is sometimes called, is one of the most picturesque rural counties in England. Being so rural, it is amazing that the industrial revolution grew in the area, from the famous Ironbridge area and the town of Telford, now the largest in the county, which has no cities. The county of Shropshire has countless beauty spots and a myriad of attractions to visit. This largely unknown area for tourism is an absolute gem to visit.
|16th – 20th May 2022||4 nights||£409pp|
|29th Aug – 2nd Sept 2022||4 nights||£429pp|
Half Board. Single Supplement £60pp.
Buckatree Hall Hotel
Refreshingly different, Buckatree Hall Hotel is a renowned country house hotel at the foot of the famous Wrekin in tranquil Shropshire. Many of the well appointed bedrooms, some with balconies, overlook the scenic gardens and private lake offering a peaceful and memorable setting. All bedrooms feature flat screen LCD TV, tea/coffee making facilities, safe and free Wi-Fi is available in all areas.
EXCURSIONS INCLUDE:- 4 NIGHTS – Across into Wales and the glorious Powis Castle and Gardens, Shrewsbury with river cruise. Blists Hill Victorian Museum and home of the industrial revolution, Ironbridge. Scenic drive to Much Wenlock, Ludlow & Bridgnorth.