Craven Arms, Shropshire
Craven Arms is more than just a pub name, it’s the gateway to the Marches.
Situated on the frontier of the old Marcher kingdom, Craven Arms became an important trading post between Wales and England. Surrounded by the Shropshire Hills, Craven Arms is the natural start point for many long distance and shorter circular walks so it is unsurprising that it is also home to the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre and Shropshires' very own Mammoth.
Just out of the town is the romantic Stokesay Castle - a 13th Century fortified manor house said to be so beautiful that when attacked no-one had the heart to destroy it - Be prepared to fall in love. Also in Craven Arms is the Land of Lost Content Museum – and eclectic collection of bygone everyday artefacts, guaranteed to stir the memories.
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Attractions in Craven Arms
The Museum is unlike any other. Quaint and quirky are the usual epithets attributed to it even though there is a serious basis to Stella Mitchell’s collection.
Accommodation in Craven Arms
Keys Cottage is situated in the ancient village of Clun with its historic 13th Century castle and river. The holiday accommodation is located in the stunning south Shropshire hills, which is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
£320.00 - £620.00
Nestling in the beautiful South Shropshire countryside, Rowton Manor Cottage is part of a grade II listed building which has been tastefully renovated to provide a good standard of holiday accommodation.
£277.00 - £765.00
Key Events in Craven Arms
FREE Event. The Craven Arms ArtWalk gives you a chance to have a go too. Make a willow dragonfly, a handmade racing duck, a sculpture with stones, get messy with mud, make music and become a sculpture yourself.
Craven Arms Visitor Information
For more information about Shropshire, including Accommodation, Attractions and Activities, visit Shropshire Tourism