01584 823519 | Timberstone, Clee Stanton, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 3EL
In the heart of Shropshire
Timberstone is situated in the heart of the beautiful Shropshire countryside & is a great base to explore the surrounding area. The market town of Ludlow with its individual shops, farm markets & amazing array of pubs & restaurants is just five miles away.
There always seems to be something happening in Ludlow & the surrounding area. click here For a full list of events & information to help you plan your trip!
Ludlow also boasts two of the best food & drink festivals in the country. The first is the Ludlow Spring Festival. A simpler affair with the emphasis on real ale & bangers with some music & classic cars thrown in to the castle grounds in May. The second is the original Ludlow Food Festival & the focus is on food & drink from local suppliers along with exhibitors from around the world & its a wonderful weekend.
The market town of Bridgnorth is approx 13 miles from Timberstone & is in the Severn valley with its wonderful steam railway which runs between Bridgnorth & Kidderminster with a few stops in between.
Shropshire is not short of historical places to visit with castles, abbeys, priorys & roman cities all within an hour of Timberstone! Visit the Englsih Heritage website to find out more. There are National Trust properties also, Berrington Hall & Croft Castle & Parkland are within 30mins & the spectacular Powis Castle is an hour away but a fab day out.
Ironbridge Gorge is around 40mins from Timberstone & is fascinating with its engineering history, museums & Blists Hill victorian town which is just like stepping back in time. A great day out!
Food and Drink
Freshen up before heading off to one of the pubs or restaurants that we can recommend. There’s plenty of choice, pubs, cars, restaurants galore!.
Sometimes you may be in need of a taxi to take you to and from Ludlow.Here are a few suggestions of local companies who offer their services. We highly recommend booking in advance!
From Ludlow Take the A4117 towards Cleobury Mortimer. After half a mile turn left onto the B4364 towards Bridgnorth. Continue through Middleton for approx 2.5 miles, then turn right onto Lackstone Lane to Clee Stanton. This lane dips down then rises until you come to Stanton Farm on the right, opposite a junction. Do not turn at the junction (the satnav may ask you to do so) but continue. Timberstone is the stone house, third on the right past Stanton Farm and has a gravel drive. Welcome!