The 1st century Roman city of Viroconium Cornoviorum, complete with bath and forum. Wroxeter was the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, and this importance is reflected in the remains of the city. The site was lost for centuries before it was rediscovered in the Victorian period. Such was the public interest in the subsequent excavation of Wroexter that the landowner donated the site to the public, making it one of the very first archaeological sites in Britain to become a tourist attraction regularly open to visitors.
Rowton Castle is a beautiful 17th century grade 2 listed building set in 17 acres of tranquil grounds six miles west from the historic town of Shrewsbury. We are the perfect venue for a prestigious function or a few days away from it all. A castle … more >>
Set in four acres of beautiful landscaped gardens and surrounded by original moat The Albright Hussey Manor has a enviable reputation of offering some of the finest accommodation in the midlands. C1524 the hotel encompasses a wealth of history whilst offering the very highest standard in modern comfort & cuisine. … more >>