What to see and do around Rectory Farm

Rectory Farm is ideally situated for exploring some of Britain's most beautiful and unspoiled country side. The Stretton Hills are rich in folk lore and legend and famous for their historic and literary associations: this is the rolling countryside immortalised by the novels of Mary Webb and the children's books of Malcolm Saville.

For sightseeing Shropshire Borderlands offer a wealth of historic houses and gardens, dramatic castles and hill forts. Within half an hour's drive are the attractive country towns of Ludlow, Shrewsbury and the smaller market towns of Much Wenlock and Bishop's Castle and the televised Acton Scott Historic working farm museum recreates the farming methods of a bygone era.

All your local needs are catered for in Church Stretton which has a wide range of shops, restaurants, wine bars and pubs, also a large antique market open daily, arts festival in July.

The beautiful moor and valleys of Long Mynd, Cardington Valley, administered by the National Trust, are literally on your doorstep. Its quiet batches and secluded dingles offer glorious prospects for the rambler and bird watcher, as do the rest of the nearby Shropshire Hills and the guant range of the Stipperstones with its legendary Devil's Chair

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