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Stokesay Castle - Shropshire

Stokesay Castle is a remarkable survival, a fortified manor house which has hardly altered since the late 13th century. The house was built by Lawrence Ludlow, a leading wool merchant of his day, who created a comfortable residence combining an aesthetically pleasing design with some defensive capabilities. In doing so, he took advantage of the newly established peace on the Welsh border following Edward I's defeat of the Welsh prince Llywelyn the Last. This enabled him to build a large hall, comfortable solar, or private apartment, with windows on the outside world, without fear of attack.

Stockton Bury Gardens

Award winning 4-acre garden in rural Herefordshire. This family run garden is in the heart of a working farm. Visit for cafe and garden between April and the end of September Wed-Sun (and Bank Holiday Monday's - garden 12-5pm;cafe 11-4.30pm.) For the latest events and news visit our official website.

Queenswood Country Park and Arboretum

Queenswood is a fragment of the vast ancient oak wood that once stretched to the Welsh borders and beyond. It was held by the crown on and off throughout the ages and only changed its name from 'Kings Wood' to 'Queenswood' in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

Hampton Court Castle, Gardens & Parkland

15th Century Castle set in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, near the Welsh border. Visitor Attraction with Award-Winning Gardens during the summer months. Exclusive use Wedding Venue with 24 Bedrooms. We are now closed until Spring 2019.