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Open daily 9am to 5pm.

Everything home-made:  breakfasts, hot and cold meals all day, snacks, cream teas, cakes, children’s menu.

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2019

Winner:  Shropshire Hills Sustainable Business Scheme “Eat Local”

Tel: 01694 724452

Ginger & Green Coffee House


Ginger and Green Coffee House brings together a passion for speciality coffee and tea and great food, combined with a high standard of service. We offer this in a relaxed and friendly setting, making Ginger and Green the perfect place for a catch up with friends, breakfast lunch or afternoon tea.

We are open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 4pm (closed Sundays).

We are also happy to take any enquiries and food orders by phone (01694 724644).

We look forward to hearing from and seeing you!

Sarah and Michael

Contact: Michael Allison    Tel: 01694 724644

Jemima's Kitchen at Victoria House

Jemima's Kitchen at Victoria House is open 9.30am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday all year around and on Tuesdays over summer.  With a new menu each week, food is freshly prepared each day.  Table seating for up to 32 people with more seating in the sunny garden at the rear of the property.
Contact: Diane Chadwick    Tel: 01694 723823

Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (3 miles)


The Acton Scott Historic Working Farm was the location for the TV series "Victorian Farm". There are 22 acres of land worked by shire horses and skilled manpower, demonstrating how a mixed South Shropshire farm would have been managed around 1890. Traditional crafts are demonstrated and there is a picnic area and cafe. The farm livestock includes breeds which were popular in the area 100 years ago. It is open from Easter to the end of October.

Please say you saw Acton Scott on the Church Stretton website.


Carding Mill Valley (less than 1 mile)


Only a five minute walk from Church Stretton town or as you park up at this Shropshire beauty spot, the children will be scrambling to get out of the car to play in the brook and climb up the grassy banks (don't forget a plastic bag or cardboard box so you can slide down the slopes!). In winter this is a sledgers heaven for all age groups with snowy gentle slopes for the young and old and steeper slopes to challange the best of the rest! 

Contact: Peter Carty    Tel: 01694 723068

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre (7 miles)

Located on the A49 at the south end of Craven Arms, the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre holds the Secret Hills exhibition, a Cafe, Gallery,...