Over 250 paving products on display, including flagstones, tiles, patio slabs, interior flooring and porcelain tiles.
FREE Nationwide Delivery*
Shaws Estate, Sodylt Bank, Ellesmere, SY12 9EL
8am til 5pm – Monday to Friday
9am til 1pm – Saturday
Closed – Sunday
01978 710 000
(Collections and deliveries between 8.00am–4.00pm Monday to Friday only)
Reasons To Visit
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Over 250 paving & flooring products
Trade & Quantity Discounts
Free UK Delivery
National Trust Paving Displays
Largest Porcelain Display for 100 miles
Best Selling Garden Paving
Porcelain Tiles for Outdoors & Interiors
We Also Stock
Best Selling Stone Flooring
We’re a third generation family owned, family run business, established in 1985, and with all three generations still working in the business, our attention to detail is superb. Quality products and excellent service are at the heart of everything that we do, and we’re passionate about being the best.
Westminster Stone are also agents and distributors for a number of leading brands, including Bradstone, Brett Landscaping, Digby Trading, Global Stone, Marshalls, Natural Paving Products, Pavestone, Stone Paving Supplies, and Stonemarket; so what we don’t have on display, we can source within days.
As the licensed manufacturer of the National Trust’s only paving and landscaping collection, one can feel certain that the quality of all of our paving and patio products is second to none. Our service levels, knowledge and experience is unrivalled throughout the UK.
Places To Eat in Shropshire
La Dolce Vita – Italian and Mediterranean
The Dolphin – British bar & pub food
Cross Foxes – great quality British pub food
Etzio – Italian kitchen
The Maltings Cafe – traditional British cafe
Sebastians – French, European & British cuisine
Moli – Asian with vegan options
The Walrus – British fine dining
Crays of Broseley – High quality British cuisine
Casa Naranjo – Spanish dining with vegan options
Places To Visit in Shropshire
Stokesay Castle – the finest and best preserved fortified manor house in England.
Ironbridge – the beating heart of the Industrial Revolution and now a World Heritage Site.
Severn Valley Railway – 1862 train line looked after by volunteers.
Wroxeter Roman City – partially reconstructed 2,000 year old city.