Bromwich Park is situated in open Shropshire farmland only 10 minutes from the A5. The farm sits in the middle of over 300 acres of land which visitors are free to explore (animals permitting) and is bordered by the peaceful canal which is perfect for a gentle walk. Offering rural charm with excellent access to a range of attractions, including ancient castles and hillforts, historic houses & gardens, family-friendly museums, outdoor activities, spectacular walks and much more.
Bromwich Park is ideal for your holiday
On your doorstep…
- The nearest village is Maesbury, where you will find two pubs/restaurants and a shop/tearoom. Why not take a narrowboat trip on the beautiful Montgomery Canal, or enjoy a walk along the towpaths?
- The rural setting is ideal for lovers of the great outdoors, whether your interests are bird-watching, fishing, golf, horse riding, walking or cycling.
Within 30mins drive…
- Oswestry, a historic market town, is only a 10 minute drive. Here you will find a range of independent shops, bars and restaurants, as well as a choice of major supermarkets.
- Shrewsbury, birthplace of Charles Darwin and one of the finest Tudor towns in England is accessible in 20 minutes.
- Welshpool is a 30 minute drive and is home to the National Trust’s Powys Castle and Gardens as well as the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, operating narrow gauge steam trains which run through the picturesque mid-Wales countryside.
- You can access a number of National Trails, including Offas Dyke Path and the Severn Way. We can also suggest lots of other wonderful walks, suitable for all levels of fitness!
Within an hour’s drive…
- The walled city of Chester is 40 minutes away. It offers atmospheric shopping in its famous half-timbered Rows as well as river boat trips and sites and museums relating to its Roman history.
- Ironbridge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, and a World Heritage site, has a variety of museums which bring this period of history to life.
- Acton Scott is an historic working farm which uses traditional 19th Century techniques, and featured on the BBC series ‘Victorian Farm’.
- Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfall, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales, is the tallest single drop waterfall in England and Wales, and lies in the Berwyn Mountains west of Oswestry.
- The Victorian reservoir of Lake Vyrnwy is a designated National Nature Reserve. Its stone dam, built in the 1880’s was the first of its kind and here you can enjoy a sculpture walk, hire bicycles, visit the RSPB Centre, or participate in a range of outdoor activities including climbing, canoeing and horse riding.
- Snowdonia National Park and the Welsh Mountains are also within reach if more adventurous activities are your thing.
Whatever your interests, we are always happy to provide suggestions and recommendations to help with your holiday planning.