Delbury Hall: a stunning Georgian mansion in the Shropshire countryside

Located in the Shropshire countryside on the outskirts of Diddlebury, Delbury Hall is a magnificent Georgian manor with bags of charm. Surrounded by 80 acres of sprawling gardens and parkland, it's no wonder it's such a popular wedding venue. Special occasions and ceremonies are held in the Coach House, which has a mezzanine floor leading to a balcony with fabulous views. And with carefully landscaped gardens, fountains and sculptures in the grounds, Delbury Hall really is a fairytale come true.

Nature on your doorstep in Diddlesbury

Diddlebury sits in the Corvedale, the broadest valley in the Shropshire hills. Along with the pretty villages, there are some stunning walks around the area that afford spectacular views cross the valley. The Three Castles walk takes you through the Corvedale past three glorious castles from a bygone era. If you're looking for something a bit lighter, the Shropshire Way is made up of several easy-to-follow walks that let you take in the views along the way.

Explore the historic town of Ludlow

Located in the valley, less than 20 minutes from Delbury Hall, the historic town of Ludlow, with its Norman castle and church is a must-see while you're in Shropshire. The medieval gem is famously known for its food festival, but you can enjoy local delicacies all year round at the town's award-winning restaurant. Planning a trip to Delbury Hall? Stay at Travelodge Ludlow Hotel, just 20 minutes from the manor, or book a room at Travelodge Ludlow Woofferton Hotel, ideally located just off the A49.