Abbeys and Monasteries in Shropshire

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This Day in British History

24 October, 1537

Death of Queen Jane Seymour

Jane's death came just 12 days after she gave birth to the future Edward VI

Monarch Mayhem

This king was married to Berengaria of Navarre after a 20 year engagement to Alice of France


Bridgnorth (Self catering)
The Hay Loft, Bridgnorth

The Hay Loft

With three bedrooms, this well-appointed cottage close to the town of Bridgnorth is able to sleep up to six people and is a wonderful place to spend a holiday.
Sleeps 6

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Ludlow (Self catering)
10 Friars Field, Ludlow

10 Friars Field

This semi-detached house in Ludlow sleeps five people in three bedrooms.
Sleeps 5

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Shrewsbury (Hotel)
Prince Rupert Classic Hotel

Prince Rupert Classic Hotel

The Prince Rupert Classic Hotel is in the heart of Shrewsbury, surrounded by narrow streets and timbered buildings and a short walk from the towns many historic attractions. Once the home of Prince Rupert, the grandson of King James I, the hotel is widely recognised as the towns finest, and … more >>

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Ludlow (Hotel)
Feathers Hotel

Feathers Hotel

The Feathers Hotel is internationally recognised for its beautiful Jacobean architecture and medieval heritage. The oldest part of the Feathers, including the world famous timber facade, was built in 1619. Situated at the heart of the ancient market town of Ludlow, there are excellent craft and antique shops and a … more >>

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