Welcome to Rohan Shrewsbury from Steve (Store Manager), Connor and Josh.
Shop Address: 75 Mardol, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1PZ
Shop Opening Hours:
Shop Telephone Number: 01743 272108
Directions to the Shop: Just a minutes walk from the town centre and market square and also the same distance from the scenic waterfront. Shrewsbury has plenty of in town car parking, an excellent park and ride service and great rail links, with the train station being only 5 minutes walk into town.
Local Knowledge: Higgledy-Piggledy streets with names you want to say out loud, Grope Lane, Wyle Cop. A river that scoops up the town in a perfect loop. Wonky buildings left, right and centre. 14th Century graffiti. Three million blooms in a quarry. Shops you’ve never seen or heard of in your life. You can’t copy Shrewsbury.
With a population of around 100,000 Shrewsbury is the county town for Shropshire, England.Set amidst glorious countryside near to the Welsh borders, it is one of the finest medieval market towns. But stuck in the past it is not!
The town centre is packed with timber framed black and white buildings, steep narrow streets and alleyways. It boasts over 600 listed buildings including the castle,now a regimental museum and the world famous Shrewsbury Abbey, home of fictional Brother Cadfael.
Shrewsbury the birthplace of Charles Darwin, is set amidst some of the best walking country you can find, uncrowded and unspoilt. The wild Stiperstones and the Long Mynd are just a few miles from the centre of this historic town. The Shropshire Hills are designated an area of outstanding natural beauty.Whether you enjoy hiking the hills,strolling through superb scenery or rambling alongriver valleys,there are walks to suit all tastes and abilities.
Discover unique pubs, restaurants and tea rooms as you explore the famous ‘shutts’, winding narrow alley used today to cut through the town, much as they have been for centuries. Next to the river you can relax in the beautiful Quarry Park, location for the annual Shrewsbury Flower Show held in August and on the River Severn every year you can watch the World Coracle Championships.
If you need a rest after all this exploring, try the cafe’ at the top of the 600 year old Market Hall, which has its own blend of coffee and deep cumfy chairs,additionally there are numerous coffee shops and quaint tea rooms. For something more substantial, lunch or dinner why not try The Golden Cross for a cosy meal, which uses locally sourced produce to create their menu.
Shrewsbury offers great hotels, bed and breakfast, self catering cottages, camping and camp sites.You will find a selection both in the town and the surrounding area to cater for all tastes and budgets.
Our shop is on Mardol, now there’s a name? There are two theories to the origin of this name, one being the street led to the original Welsh Bridge and then onto the Welsh Border, Mardol meaning ‘The Devils Border’. As to the other meaning, you will just have to drop into our shop and ask the team for that!