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Attractions near The Poplars Farm
This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.

Shrewsbury Castle and The Shropshire Regimental Museum (10 Miles)*
Spanning nearly a millennium of our history, Shrewsbury Castle's origins date back to Norman attempts to secure the border with Wales.  It's now home to the Shropshire Regimental Museum.
Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery (Rowley's House) (10 Miles)*
Rocks, Romans, China and Costume, Mediaeval Shrewsbury and Shropshire Wildlife.
Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse (10 Miles)*
There's a warm welcome at Bangor-on-Dee Races throughout the year. Set in glorious countryside beside the River Dee this perfect country course provides exciting racing with top trainers and jockeys at every meeting.
Chirk Castle (10 Miles)*
Few places welcome visitors with a "bloody" hand, but the Myddelton family coat-of-arms above the elaborate gates does indeed incorporate just such a symbol.
Coleham Pumping Station (11 Miles)*
Magnificent Renshaw beam engines in 1901 pumping house.
Haughmond Abbey (12 Miles)*
The extensive ruins of the 12th century Haughmond Augustinian Abbey can be found at Shropshire's Upton Magna.
Hodnet Hall Gardens (12 Miles)*
Winner of the Christies Historic Houses Association Garden of the Year Award for 1985, and subject of numerous BBC radio and television programmes.
Erddig Hall, Gardens & Country Park (13 Miles)*
Erddig is a very special place. It is a unique family home that has captured the way of life of a bustling household community during the early years of this century.
Attingham Park (14 Miles)*
Attingham Park was built in 1785 for the 1st Lord Berwick. It has a picture gallery by John Nash, magnificent Regency interiors and collections of silver, Italian furniture and Grand Tour paintings.
Llangollen Railway (15 Miles)*
Part of the Ruabon to Barmouth line, the Railway closed to passenger traffic in 1965, and to goods in 1968. The track and signalling were removed the following month, and for seven years the buildings and trackbed were left at the mercy of nature.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near The Poplars Farm
This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.

Cockshutt (1 Mile)*
Rednal (2 Miles)*
Ellesmere (4 Miles)*
Set on the largest and most spectacular of nine glacial meres, Ellesmere was the birthplace of the Llangollen Canal, which was designed and built by Thomas Telford from his offices in the town and funded by money raised in a local hotel.
Kinnerley (6 Miles)*
Maesbury Marsh (6 Miles)*
The original plan by the Ellesmere Canal Company (later The Shropshire Union Railways and Canal Company) was to build a canal from the Mersey across the Wirral to Chester then up to Wrexham and thence south
Wem (6 Miles)*
The small market town of Wem, is famous for being the birthplace of the modern Sweet Pea. Visitors come from far and wide, to attend the annual show held in July.
Oswestry (7 Miles)*
Unspoiled by progress, Oswestry is a bustling market town with an individual character formed over centuries. Narrow passageways link streets whose names conjure up images of the past: English Walls, Welsh Walls, The Bailey and The Horsemarket.
Melverley (8 Miles)*
The village of Melverley is off the beaten track, a quiet village with houses and farms scattered over a large area.
Chirk (9 Miles)*
Selattyn (9 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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