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Attractions near Coseley House
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.

Shipton Hall (3 Miles)*
Shipton Hall was built around 1587 by Richard Lutwyche to replace a much older, black and white, timbered house which was destroyed by fire earlier in the 16th century.
Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (4 Miles)*
Every afternoon you can see hand milking. Buttermaking takes place in the dairy holidays and weekends.
Stokesay Castle (6 Miles)*
This is one of England's best preserved fortified manor houses. Stokesay's Great Hall is unchanged since the days of baronial feasts.
Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills (6 Miles)*
The National Trust's Carding Mill Valley and the surrounding area of the Shropshire Hills is the ideal recreation area for those who enjoy long solitary walks, wildlife spotting, mountain biking.
Ludlow Racecourse (6 Miles)*
Tradition has it that in the fourteenth century soldiers from Ludlow Castle came here not only to practice archery but also to match their horses.
Wenlock Priory (9 Miles)*
Wenlock Priory with its striking clipped topiary has a pastoral setting on the edge of lovely Much Wenlock.
Walcot Hall (11 Miles)*
Walcot Hall dates back to Tudor times, the original Elizabethan facade being gabled. In 1763, Lord Clive of India commissioned Sir William Chambers, leading architect of the time to redesign the house.
Rays Farm Country Matters (11 Miles)*
Rays Farm is located in the heart of the beautiful South Shropshire countryside, the term 'Rays' comes from the Anglo Saxon for streams - the farm by the streams.
Wroxeter Roman City (12 Miles)*
Visiting the museum at Wroxeter gives a good insight into what life was like in a big Roman city. The museum tracks life from before the Romans arrived through to what happened after they left.
Burford House & Garden Centre (12 Miles)*
Uniquely situated where three counties meet, the 7 acres of lawn and stunning borders of Burford House Gardens sweep along the banks of the picturesque River Teme.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Coseley House
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.

Diddlebury (1 Mile)*
Rushbury (2 Miles)*
The village of Rushbury lies in Apedale below the ridge of Wenlock Edge. It has a 19th century school, a half-timbered manor house, the earthworks of a Norman castle and an ancient church.
Hope Bowdler (3 Miles)*
Cardington (5 Miles)*
Cardington is a quiet village among the Shropshire hills. It was founded in Saxon times, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book as the property of the Viscount Rainald, the greatest of all the nobles who owned the Earl of Shrewsbury
Willstone (5 Miles)*
Willstone is a tiny hamlet in the parish of Cardington. It lies on the South-East slope of a ridge called The Wilderness, overlooked by higher hills - Caer Caradoc and The Lawley. South of Willstone rises Willstone Hill, with the rock tow
Little Stretton (5 Miles)*
Little Stretton is in the heart of the Shropshire Hills, nestling at the foot of the Long Mynd and looking across the valley to Ragleth Hill.
Church Stretton (6 Miles)*
Church Stretton's glorious setting in a narrow valley earned the name 'Little Switzerland' from the Victorians when they tried to establish it as a spa, and visitors today are still refreshed by its beauty.
Ditton Priors (6 Miles)*
Hughley (6 Miles)*
All Stretton (6 Miles)*
All Stretton is the northernmost of the three Strettons that are strung out along the road from Shrewsbury to Ludlow below the sprawling bulk of the Long Mynd.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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