Below are some of our link partners who together help us promote Mortimer Country.

Arrow Cottage Garden
Near Weobley in north Herefordshire, a garden for all seasons with 24 separate ‘rooms’ of highly imaginative plantings. Featured in the Daily Telegraph!

Restaurants – Pubs – Cafes – Takeaways
Your Guide to Eating & Drinking in Shropshire.

Shropshire Promotions
Shropshire is a county full of rich heritage and history. Nestled between the black country and the untamed beauty of the Welsh Hills, Shropshire is a wonderful county that takes much exploring. This website aims to help you get more from the county we all love
Regional Information and more.

Accommodation in Bournemouth
For accommodation in the Bournemouth area.

The Judges Lodging
Once called ‘the most commodious and elegant apartments for a judge in all England and Wales’ (Lord Chief Justice Campbell, 1855), decay beckoned Radnorshire’s disused Shire Hall into obscurity. Now, aided by an interior hardly touched by time and original furnishings discarded in attics, extensive research and restoration has re-awakened this ‘Victorian fossil’.

Filbert Splosh Art Experiences
Painting and Drawing Courses. Turns those who cannot draw straight lines into artists.

Creative Breaks
Art and craft courses in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside. Days, weekends or longer breaks in a wide variety of crafts from green woodwork to silversmithing.

The Ludlow Sausage Company
Right now, you can buy sausages and traditional, home-cured bacon by mail order. If you don’t like the idea of paying for goods over the web, we run a traditional mail order service from our Ludlow address and are happy to take orders by phone, fax or post.

Shropshire Country Breaks with South Shropshire Holidays
South Shropshire Holidays is a new web information guide set up locally by the ‘South Shropshire Farm Holiday Group’. We all operate friendly, comfortable, rural holiday accommodation in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Golden Valley Bed and Breakfast Group
The Golden Valley lies sheltered at the foot of the Black Mountains. This lovely and gently rolling countryside borders Wales; it stretches from Hay-on-Wye to Pontrilas, and across to the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.