Enjoy your visit to Bucknell with a stay at Upper Letton Farmhouse. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily between 7 AM and 10 AM. Nice touches like memory foam beds with pillow menus are offered up in all rooms, along with flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
When visiting Farden, Angel House - B&B is a great choice to consider. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast available daily. Rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Nestled within picturesque rolling countryside, Sayang House features an acre of gardens and scenic walking trails on its doorstep. Free parking is available on site. Free WiFi is provided in each room at Sayang House, including a flat-screen TV and an en-suite shower room. Home-cooked meals are available in the evening, with many ingredients locally sourced. A full English and continental breakfast are also provided each morning. Guests can also relax in the residents lounge which has a wood burner. On warmer days, guests may enjoy a drink on the terrace and take in the garden views. Tea and cakes are served in the afternoon. Golfing and swimming can be found within 2 miles of the property. The market town of Church Stretton is just a 5-minute drive away and features a variety of small shops, cafés and pubs. From here it is possible to explore the Shropshire Hills Are of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Our aim is to make our guests feel welcome and comfortable throughout their stay. Set in the peaceful Welsh countryside in a place of outstanding natural beauty, Dolanog B & B is fully licensed, enjoying views overlooking acres of farm and woodland, and a newly built trout pool. The village of Dolanog is on route of the Glyndwr Way trail and other trails. The picturesque River Vyrnwy flows down beside the village. There is a charming bridge over the river. The Bed and Breakfast boasts it s spacious and well equipped rooms. There is a double room with king-size bed en suite with wonderful views over the adjacent farmland and wood and a trout pool. The completely self-contained family suite consists of a double room that overlooks the same view as the double room and an entirely separate single room that share a private bathroom with shower. And a twin room with en suite. All rooms except the single room are equipped with a television and DVD player, all rooms offer complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Plush towels and bathrobes add to the feeling of comfort and relaxation. Just one of several features we are particularly proud of is the spacious galleried landing. With its full length windows and comfortable seating area where our guests can relax, sit and watch the gently changing view, of the wild life on the pool cattle and sheep in the meadows. There is ample car parking on the premises and security lighting. Breakfast is locally sourced and varied including vegetarian and home cooked evening meals and sandwiches for your day trip or hike are available just let us know prior to you arrival. We are fully licensed and again happy to compliment your evening meal with beers or wines of your choice. Please note that this is a no smoking establishment.
Situated within the Clee Hills, the Timberstone Bed & Breakfast is a traditional stone cottage with original beams, and surrounded by countryside. A large garden is also available, and country walks can be taken from the front door. Garden views are featured in each Timberstone room, as well as free Wi-Fi, a king-size bed and an en suite bathroom. A large open-plan kitchen with wood burner and an infra-red sauna are available when renting the entire house. Full-body massages, reflexology, and other therapeutic treatments are also on offer. The market town of Ludlow is only 5 miles away and has many events and festivals throughout the year. The 13-century Stokesay Castle is only a 20-minute drive away.
Enjoy your visit to Bucknell with a stay at The Baron at Bucknell. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights at this upscale inn include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Lower House is a Grade II listed farmhouse with extensive gardens. Situated in the village of Bucknell, it offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free private parking. The suite offers a sitting area with a pull-out bed for children and a flat-screen TV with a DVD player. It also includes a double bedroom and a bathroom. In the mornings, Lower House serves traditional full English breakfast. Packed lunches are also available. Special dietary requirements can be catered for with prior request. Bucknell is home to shops and local pubs, which serve food. With private lock-up facilities for bicycles and motorbikes, Lower House is ideal for exploring the nearby historic towns and attractions within this border region. The village of Ludlow is just 15 miles away and Bishop’s Castle is just a 30-minute drive. Guests can also visit Croft Castle and Parkland after 20 minutes’ drive.
The Old Vicarage Dolfor is a great choice for a stay in Newtown. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The Dining Room, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. Rooms at this luxurious guest house offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets, bathrobes, and designer toiletries.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Victoria House offers accommodations in Church Stretton. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms include a sitting area for your convenience. You will find a kettle in the room. Every room is fitted with a private bathroom. Extras include bathrobes and free toiletries. There is a shared lounge at the property. Bike rental is available at this guesthouse and the area is popular for golfing. Shrewsbury is 12 miles from Victoria House, and Wolverhampton is 29 miles from the property. Birmingham Airport is 45 miles away.
Located near a train station, The Cliffe at Dinham is a great choice for a stay in Ludlow. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge.
Fishmore Hall is situated deep in the Shropshire countryside and commands uninterrupted views over a fascinating landscape where the pastoral English lowlands meet the remote Welsh uplands - Each of Fishmore Halls sumptuous bedrooms has been individually styled to make it as comfortable and luxurious as possible - Light and spacious-most have views through huge sash windows across rolling Shropshire countryside or Ludlows famous castle - Beds are wide with crisp linen sheets to slip into and you can even choose your favourite pillow from our pillow menu so you are guaranteed a great nights sleep - We have gone to town on our bathrooms with huge walk-in showers-double ended baths-wetrooms and waterfall shower heads-delicious Molton Brown toiletries and the thickest fluffiest bathrobes and slippers to relax in - And we havent forgotten the little touches - flat screen TVs with freeview-free Wifi and wired broadband and proper coffee and teas and homemade biscuits from our chef Our ground floor suite is specially designed to suit less able guests with wide doorways and spacious shower room There cannot be many views to rival the one from the restaurant at Fishmore Hall -Through large French windows or from the terrace on warm days you can look out over lush green fields towards Clee Hill and the Shropshire landscape - This is the domain of Executive Chef Marc Hardiman and Head Chef David Jaram whose enthusiasm and originality shine through in a menu that features the very best local ingredients from producers from all over the Shropshire Marches Ideally located in peaceful countryside yet close to the A49 and the town of Ludlow Fishmore Hall is the perfect environment for a successful business meeting or conference - With our dedicated naturally lit meeting space spacious restaurant and friendly impeccable service your event will go like clockwork and you will make the right impression
When visiting Bromfield, The Clive Restaurant with Rooms is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out The Clive Restaurant, which serves British cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this luxurious inn include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
A short walk from Ludlow town centre, The Charlton Arms provides attractive rooms and fine dining on the Ludford Bridge. This Shropshire pub is just 10 minutes’ walk from the medieval Ludlow Castle. Each room has a TV, wardrobe and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite bath or shower, with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The Charlton Arms breakfast menu includes locally made sausages and bacon, smoked salmon and eggs from the Clun Valley, all served in the dining room overlooking the River Teme. A full dinner menu featuring a range of chargrilled steaks and exquisite desserts is accompanied by a varied wine list. Known for its innovative food scene, Ludlow lies to the south of the Shropshire Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ironbridge Gorge and the historic county town of Shrewsbury are both around 45 minutes’ drive from the town.
The Salwey Arms is a great choice for a stay in Brimfield. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale inn offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Enjoy your visit to Newtown with a stay at The Forest Country House B&B. Guests can enjoy the outdoor tennis court, and hiking/biking trails and mountain biking are nearby. Other highlights at this upscale bed & breakfast include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Enjoy your visit to Welshpool with a stay at Royal Oak Hotel. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms at this historic hotel offer flat-screen TVs, room service, and free WiFi.
When visiting Montgomery, The Dragon Hotel is a great choice to consider. The indoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at The Dragon Restaurant, which serves Mediterranean cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
Cons: Would have liked to have been able to check in before 6pm
Pros: Fulfilled my requirements for an overnight stay that was comfortable and adequte. The member of staff I saw ( The cook) was friendly and helpful and cooked and served a good breakfast.
Pros: Excellent food and real ale
Cons: Very poor public transport
Pros: This is the second time we have stayed at this Inn. The food is very wholesome and tasty and the portions are enormous! This is a very friendly country pub with clean, comfortable accomodation, and is great value for money. We were attending a cycling event and the staff got up early to prepare us an excellent breakfast.
Pros: the rooms were really clean and nice. The staff very helpful. The food plentiful
Pros: Very friendly, country pub style. Excellent food, good beer
Cons: External steep stairs to bedrooms
Pros: The friendliness of the owners, staff and local customers. The food was excellent at both breakfast and evening meals. Bacon was the real thing!
Cons: The shower in the room was a little 'hit and miss'. The temperature control was not working so had to 'dance' around the shower.
Pros: The cleanliness of the hotel rooms were fantastic. The beds were very comfortable and the bedlinen was superb. The staff at the hotel were very welcoming and attentive to all requests. Overall I would recommend it for anyone who wants an overnight stay.
Cons: There was only one bad point and that was some dog excrement in the hall from the rooms to the dinning room, which unfortunately I trod in. However the staff made sure my shoes were cleaned. It was an unfortunate incident for which I believe a one off, and the staff were very appologetic.
Pros: the Staff were fantastic, the prices were good, would recommend
This small and friendly guest house is situated in an imposing 16th century stone-built building, ideally located in the heart of the Teme Valley in Wales on the English border. Castle Inn is a charming guest house offering comfortable accommodation with in-room amenities including a TV, DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. The bar features a wood-burning stove and offers home-cooked food made from local ingredients. Local ales are served, as well as smooth bitter, draught stout, dry cider, lager and a good selection of wines. Well behaved dogs are allowed in some areas of the bar and the rooms. Nestled in the beautiful Teme Valley, the Castle Inn lies on the border of Wales and Shropshire, with a stunning stone viaduct at the heart of the village. It is only a short distance from Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way. The landlord of the inn is a keen walker and will be happy to give advice on possible routes.