Neen Sollars and Milson are two villages situated in the beautiful countryside of southern Shropshire sharing the same civil parish. Both villages offer an ideal location as a base for rural vacation and boast historic churches dating back to the 12th and 14th century. St. George’s Milson dates back to the close of the 11th century, the chancel and nave are of Norman origin, whilst the tower is believed to be constructed in the late 12th century. The stonework and timber porch is 14th century. It's a great base for some of the area's leading attractions including the Severn Valley Steam Railway, the Wyre Forest, and the gloriously romantic ruin of Witley Court (English Heritage) with its famous baroque Church, Hartlebury Castle and Burford Gardens. The perfect place for a holiday escape.