Shifnal Certificated Locations

When it comes to Shifnal, the old adage of “location, location, location” is certainly true. It came about as a staging post on the trading route between London and Holyhead.

A number of pretty black and white buildings from its history remain in the town, giving it a particularly charming feel.

Not far from Shifnal itself are Boscobel House and White Ladies Priory, which both acted as refuges for Charles II after he was defeated at the Battle of Worcester.

A descendant of The Royal Oak, the tree where the king famously hid from the Roundheads, can still be seen in the grounds of Boscobel House.