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Barton Grange is near Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Barton Grange is located in rural Shropshire on the edge of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are surrounded by farmland with neighbouring dairy cows and sheep, although we will make sure that they don't gate crash your event!

We are 5 minutes from Church Stretton, Shropshire just off the A49 and only 20 minutes from the end of the M54 motorway or the centre of Shrewsbury. ​Church Stretton railway station is also nearby which is on the Manchester to Cardiff mainline. There are also good cycling routes, and we can be accessed by foot or bike directly from 'Watling Street' running from Church Stretton to Wroxeter Nr. Shrewsbury.

The surrounding area...

Nearest to Barton Grange is Church Stretton (3 miles), a quaint old market town with a great variety of independent shops, restaurants and pubs for you to choose from. A short walk away in Leebotwood is The Pound Inn Tap House and Eatery which has a large food menu and bar, or a little further away is The Yew Tree in All Stretton, serving great home-cooked food along with accommodation. There are many more welcoming pubs, restaurants and bars serving good food and local beers in Church Stretton itself, and the surrounding villages. 

The county town of Shrewsbury (10 miles) is well worth a visit with a fantastic abbey, castle, historic buildings, great shopping and town park alongside the River Severn. There is plenty to see, eat, drink and do, as well as having plenty of places to stay.

For those who enjoy fine cuisine, Ludlow (19 miles) is a thriving medieval market town and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, great bars and restaurants, and hosts a range of events and festivals throughout the year.

We have a list of recommendations for other nearby areas such as Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth, Bishops Castle, Tenbury Wells and Ironbridge, which all have much to offer.

For lovers of the great outdoors, the Long Mynd (owned by the National Trust) is one of the jewels in South Shropshire's crown. A stunning heather-clad plateau, it’s a must for those who love walking, cycling, running and just soaking up mother nature.

There are plenty of footpaths easily accessible, enabling you to fully explore the area including the Lawley and Caer Caradoc hills behind us.

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There is plenty of accommodation close by in many forms. Here are just some suggestions to get you started...

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