Places To Visit and Things To Do in Shropshire

Intersting Spots at Tugford Farm Holiday Accommodation

We have the largest Ancient Ash Tree in Shropshire, with its girth of 6.8m it is also one of the ten largest in The British Isles.
      
View the Sheela Na Gigs carvings on either side of the main door of St Catherines Church, Tugford. They are two of very few quasi – erotic carvings found around the country in Norman Churches.

Nordy Ring - An iron age hill fort on the Brown Clee Hill

Heath Chapel - Built in the 12th century. A perfect example of a small Norman Church.

Heath Medievel village remains covering 4 hecters.

Local Shropshire Festivals

Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre. www.ludlowmedievalchristmas.co.uk  

Ludlow Spring Festival - celebrating great beers, bangers, bread, music and more.  www.ludlowspringfestival.co.uk 13th & 14th May 2017

The Ludlow Fringe Festival - 17th June to 2nd July 2017 www.ludlowfringe.co.uk

Ludlow Food Festival - a feast of a festival. www.foodfestival.co.uk   8th, 9th & 10th September 2013 & Magnalonga Sunday 13th August 2017 www.magnalonga.co.uk

Local Shropshire Towns

Craven Arms - 9 miles

  • Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre
  • Nearest Train Station
  • Stokesay Castle

Ludlow - 10 miles

  • Annual fairs and festivals
  • Ludlow Castle
  • Michelin-starred restaurants
  • Racecourse
  • Regular markets
  • River Teme
  • South Shropshire Leisure Centre

Church Stretton - 11 miles

  • Hill walking on Long Mynd and Caer Caradoc
  • Acton Scott Working Farm Museum
  • Cardingmill Valley

Much Wenlock - 12 miles

  • Antique Market
  • 12th Century Priory

Bridgnorth - 13 miles

  • Severn Valley Railway
  • Cliff Railway 

Further Afield

  • Clun
  • Bishops Castle
  • Ironbridge - Ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums
  • Shrewsbury

 Local leisure pursuits

  • Horse riding
  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Fishing
  • Golf

Blog - the latest from Tugford Farm Accommodation in Shropshire...

Lambing time in beautiful Spring sunshine! It's been a blast up til now with great conditions to turn our new arrivals out on to fresh grass. The Curlews that nested last year and successfully raised 4 chicks are back. We're watching them to see if they choose the same spot, in the same field and will do what we did last year, put electric fencing around the area to stop Badgers and Foxes eating the eggs. We'll keep our fingers crossed and update you on their progress. We have our first equine visitors this week who have had to dodge the council laying super smart tarmac everywhere. We're going to be very posh in the Corvedale you know! Brexit is driving everyone nuts so we suggest you pack your bags and hide out here in our little corner of rural South Shropshire. Light the fire in Meal House and turn off those phones to totally relax - at least for a day or two. Give us a ring or email and come see Spring erupting in little Tugford.

1st April 2019