Underhill Farm is situated in the village of Pant and just a short walk away from Llanymynech. This means you can have a real Nearly Wild experience while being close to village facilities, including pubs, takeaways, cafes and shops.
The area also offers a wide range of features to explore, including a canal, a river, cliffs, caves, heritage sites and loads of wildlife.
As the farm is nestled in the foothills of the Llanymynech limestone cliffs nature reserve, there is plenty to enjoy just outside the gate:
- View points
- Limestone caves
- Offa’s Dyke Path
Within 10 minutes’ walk you will find the Llanymynech Heritage Area – one of the best sites in UK for the history of lime-working,
including one of only three Hoffman lime kilns in the country. When you’re done there, enjoy a walk or short canal boat ride along the Montgomery Canal.
Hop in the car and in under an hour you can visit:
- Oswestry – a beautiful border market town chock-full of chain and independent shops (and a market three times weekly!)
- Powis Castle – a National Trust medieval castle with stunning gardens
- Cambrian Heritage Railway and Severn Valley Railway
- Pistyll Rhaeadr – the tallest waterfall in England and Wales
- Lake Vyrnwy – a popular reservoir lake with a sculpture trail and great scenery
- Froncysyllte Aqueduct – a World Heritage Site
- Park Hall Farm – a great hand’s-on experience for the kids
- Shrewsbury – Tudor houses, shopping and the birthplace of Charles Darwin
- Wenlock Edge – great woodland walks
- Attingham Park – a National Trust house with a walled garden and fantastic parkland walks
- Shropshire Wildlife Trust and Montgomery Wildlife Trust nature reserves
- Wroxeter Roman Town
and so much more!