Priestweston (or Priest Weston) is a small village in the civil parish of Chirbury with Brompton, Shropshire, England, lying in the Welsh Marches. Its name is based on the Old English for "western settlement (tun)", with the affix priest in reference to the estate of the Prior of Chirbury at Weston Parva. It was mentioned in Domesday, and later became part of the possessions of the Botterell family.
The village is located near to the English-Welsh border, at the foot of Corndon Hill. Due to a quirk of the border geography in the area of Corndon Hill, the nearest village in Wales, White Grit, lies to the east of Priest Weston.
The village church at Middleton is locate a mile from Priest Weston.
A megalithic stone circle known as Mitchell's Fold is located on nearby Stapeley Hill, and there was once a second circle, known as the Whetstones, a short distance to the east. There is also a traditional pub, The Miner's Arms.
National Cycle Route 44 passes through the village.