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Whitchurch

This quaint market town is located within North Shropshire, beside the Welsh border – with easy access to Chester, Wrexham and Shrewsbury. This is a great location for those who enjoy the great outdoors and who want to explore the beauty of the surrounding area, from canal sidewalks, country road cycling and excursions to the surrounding towns, villages and cities. There are a number of town trails to discover too, which take visitors to the various landmarks such as the clock and Jubilee Park, as well as a number of pubs! The local history of the area is also fascinating and can be seen in the many grade I and II listed buildings, as well as Roman ruins and the 12th century church, from which the town may have been named.

We love Whitchurch because...

  • Ideal for outdoor lovers
  • Quaint market town
  • 12th century historic links
Hotels in Whitchurch
Macdonald Hill Valley Hotel, Golf and Spa
Tarporley Road Whitchurch Shropshire SY13 4HA

Macdonald Hill Valley Hotel, Golf & Spa features two quality courses, a beautifully appointed spa and excellent facilities.

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Macdonald Hill Valley Hotel, Golf and Spa
Tarporley Road Whitchurch Shropshire SY13 4HA

Macdonald Hill Valley Hotel, Golf & Spa features two quality courses, a beautifully appointed spa and excellent facilities.

In and around Whitchurch

Chester Zoo

The biggest zoo in the country, home to more than 20,000 delightful, rare and exotic animals, including some of the world’s most endangered species. The zoo covers 125 acres of well-kept gardens and exhibits, including the ‘Realm of the Red Ape’, ‘Tsavo Black Rhino Reserve’ and many more.

Wedgwood Museum

Home to one of the most impressive collections of ceramics in the world, this unique museum celebrates the incredible heritage of the British pottery industry, here you can view some truly outstanding works of art, spanning the last three centuries. Visitors can also visit the outlet, or gift shop to buy a unique souvenir, or try their hand at making some ceramics themselves.

Dorothy Clive Gardens

These serene gardens provide visitors with a joyous day out, with a wealth of rare and delightful plants and flowers cultivated here, alongside beautiful lawns, pathways and a hillside garden. This is an ideal spot for a leisurely walk or a picnic on a sunny afternoon.

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