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Experience the best of both England and Wales

Situated on the Welsh Border, Runnis Meadow has quick and easy access to many popular walking trails within the Shropshire Hills. Notable features include the Stiperstones to the east and Offa’s Dyke to the south.

The Stiperstones

Just a short walk away, the Stiperstones are a series of quartzite rock formations that form the second-highest hill in the county. There are a number of walking routes through the stones that provide wonderful views and an excellent day out.

Find out more: Stiperstones

Ludlow, Stokesay and Clun Castles

South Shropshire is steeped in history and within driving distance are three wonderful castles. Depending on what you want to experience for your day out, these three should be able to provide an enjoyable and even educational experience to those who enjoy a touch of medieval history.

Find out more: Ludlow CastleClun CastleStokesay Castle

Roundton Hill Nature Reserve

Roundton Hill is a large feature in the area, just across the Welsh Border from Runnis Meadow. This stunning hill comes complete with 237 fungi/lichens, 470 plants, 26 butterflies, 413 moths and 59 bird species. To top it all off (pun intended) you can find the remains of an Iron Age Hillfort at the summit.

Find out more: Roundton Hill Nature Reserve

North Wales

Runnis Meadow is conveniently located in the 'gateway to Wales'. From our location, you can easily access the Snowdonia National Park or, if you fancy a beach trip, the Welsh Coast at Borth or Barmouth.

Find out more: Snowdonia National ParkVisit Mid Wales

Also within easy reach of the site you have:

The long Mynd - for hiking, watching Gilders taking off and landing, fantastic views.

Corndon Hill - fpr hiking and paragliding.

Horse Riding

Visits to Shrewsbury and its history.


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