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Located between the historic town of Shrewsbury and the city of Wolverhampton, this forward-looking town is ideally placed within Shropshire to explore the wider area. Rich in heritage and attractions, from the nearby Ironbridge Gorge and Severn Valley Railway to the RAF Cosford Air Museum, there is plenty that will keep both adults and children busy and entertained. Those who fancy a spot of retail therapy will be happy to hear that one of the biggest shopping centres in England, Telford Shopping Centre is located in Telford and houses over 175 stores! For those who prefer a more tranquil pastime, we recommend visiting the wide range of golf courses within driving distance, including the nearby Wrekin Golf Club.

We love Telford because...

  • Ideal for retail shopping
  • Nearby to golf courses
  • Nature reserve close by
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Hotels in Telford
Buckatree Hall Hotel
The Wrekin Telford TF6 5AL

A popular country house hotel, Buckatree Hall is nestled next to a lovely little lake.

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Buckatree Hall Hotel
The Wrekin Telford TF6 5AL

A popular country house hotel, Buckatree Hall is nestled next to a lovely little lake.

In and around Telford

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

Featuring over 120 fantastical species of animals, from the exotic to the familiar, this all-ages attraction is well worth the visit for a fun day out. Choose from a number of events to partake in, from hand-feeding goats, collecting freshly laid chicken eggs to holding some reptiles! There are both indoor and outdoor play areas, a picnic area, tearoom and a gift shop.

Telford Town Park

This gorgeous park is a Local Nature Reserve and an area of outstanding natural beauty. Explore woodlands, heathlands, grass fields and pools – which all host a variety of ecosystems that support the abundant local wildlife. The land here was once used for farming, before being turned into a hub of the industrial revolution, housing many mines and quarries – which left the area with the many craters and mounds. Today, nature has reclaimed the area, craters have transformed into sparkling lakes, and the mounds are now green rolling hills.

The Wrekin

A popular walk along Shropshire Way, up to the 407ft high summit of The Wrekin. This hill is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts from far and wide. The walk to the summit is challenging in areas, but ultimately rewarding as you experience the stunning landscape before being treated to the phenomenal vistas from the top, which some say are the best views available in Shropshire.

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