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Shropshire. For those who love beautiful countryside, fascinating historic towns and villages, folklore and traditions, Shropshire has it all. It is also a quiet mainly rural county, unspoilt by the hectic pace of modern life.

My husband and I live in a beautiful area ourselves, the New forest, but we also love to visit Shropshire, to see its ancient towns and to walk its 'blue remembered hills'


Rosemary Bennett, UK

My wife and I recently spent three days in Shropshire, staying in the beautiful town of Ludlow. It is one of my favourite counties. The hills - The Long Mynd and Clee Hill - are spectacular, as are the views. The food and drink are spectacular. I would recommend 'The Wheatsheaf' in Ludlow for food and drink, and 'The Mount' guest house to stay in.

John Speller, Hornchurch,Essex Thu 23rd Oct 2008

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