Mat Fascione / Foxgloves at Kinver Edge
Kinver Edge and Bridgnorth - Nr Stourbridge, Staffordshire
On arrival at Kinver, coffee can be found in various cafes on the main street.
A short walk from there will bring you to Kinver Edge and the Holy Austin Rock houses which were cut into the local red sandstone. These can only be attained by a short climb. The houses were occupied until the 1960s, and are now National Trust and have been furnished to show how life was lived there. There is a small tearoom.
Kinver Edge also gives views of the surrounding countryside. Another place to visit is the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal which is at the back of the High Street. We depart for Bridgnorth in time to take lunch there.
Bridgnorth is a large market town, split into the Low Town and High Town with a cliff railway connecting the two.
There are cafes and restaurants where lunch may be taken.