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.
Situated in South Shropshire, with free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, this former coaching inn offers a delicious full English breakfast served in a dining room with stained glass windows. Rooms at Stokesay Inn have simple décor and traditional wooden furnishings, and each has an en suite bathroom. Picturesque views can also be enjoyed from each guest room in the pub. Guests can relax in the garden, or enjoy a game of pool in the bar, which has a range of drinks on offer. The property features traditional design and an original Bruce Bairnsfather painting. Locally sourced ingredients are used in the restaurant, where dishes like twice-cooked pork belly, pan-fried Scottish salmon, and battered fish and chips are available. Stokesay Inn is close to the Discovery Centre, where you can take a virtual balloon ride over the Shropshire hills. There are a number of pretty walks nearby, including Three Woods and The Shropshire Way.