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Sunnycroft, National Trust property near...

Sunnycroft is an Edwardian Industrialists home in Wellington, Shropshire. Currently open Friday,Saturday,Sunday and Mondays. Well worth a visit when staying with us and join two visits by also going to Attingham Park.

Suggestions for places to visit during y...

The Ironbridge Gorge Museums There are 10 museums in the Gorge and these include, Blists Hill Victorian Town, Coalport China Museum, Museum of Iron, Jackfield Tile Museum, Derby Houses, Tar Tunnel, Enginuity,Museum of The Gorge and of course The Ironbridge itself. For further details please call 01952...

Activities at Attingham Park (NT)...

A visit to one of Shropshire‘s treasures and we found people of all ages having a great time. The event was for one week only but I hope it comes back soon. Attingham Park ( National Trust)is a 20 minute drive from The Stanage Bed and Breakfast in Telford. Messing about on the river, Attingham...

Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton...

Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton A great find only a 35 minute drive from The Stanage Bed and Breakfast in Telford. Wightwick Manor is a National Trust property on the out skirts of Wolverhampton. It is full of William Morris prints and beautiful furniture. The gardens are a delight and full of spring...

A Glorious Day out in Wales...

Beautiful Erdigg We left The Stanage  Bed and Breakfast in Telford on Saturday in heavy rain and drove along the A5 towards Wrexham. The sun came out and we had a fantastic day exploring two National Trust properties. The first we went to was Erdigg just south of Wrexham and just over the hour to get...

Ironbridge walking festival on Benthall ...

NEW FOR 2012 For more information about this years walking festival visit the link below http://www.visitironbridge.co.uk/things-to-do/events-and-festivals/may-june/725-ironbridge-gorge-walking-festival- At The Stanage B & B we have a good selection of local walking guides and maps for you to borrow...

Benthall Hall, Broseley...

We found this lovely National Trust property on a windy afternoon in December. Although it was closed to the public it was a still worth the short drive from The Stanage to walk along the footpath in front and photograph the house and gardens. Benthall Hall