A warm welcome awaits you at Pear Tree Cottage Bed and Breakfast near Oswestry, Shropshire. Pear Tree Cottage B&B is situated four miles south of Oswestry, just off the B4396 Knockin to Llynclys road and adjacent to the Montgomery Canal.
Pear Tree Cottage was built at the same time as the canal C1795 and was originally a pub called, according to local legend, The Blank Window Inn. No doubt it was well used to quench the thirst of the men loading the stone barges at the wharf situated at the bottom of what is now the garden on the Watt's Dyke footpath.
Pear Tree Cottage Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for exploring the beautiful unspoilt Welsh Border countryside; including Offa's Dyke footpath, numerous local hill walks and National Trust properties. The historic towns of Oswestry, Chester, Shrewsbury and Ironbridge are all within easy reach as is Snowdonia and North Wales. …
Hordley Hall is in a very peaceful and tranquil location. It is the perfect retreat for walking, cycling, and touring holidays.
2 Double en-suite rooms, TV
1 Twin room with wash-basin, Shared Bathroom, TV
1 Single room with wash-basin, toilet, Shared Bathroom, TV
All have panoramic views of delightful contryside
Tea/coffee facilities in all rooms
Guest Lounge and Dining rooms
Large Garden and Parking area
Cosy log fire for cool evenings
Lock-up Bicycle Store
Off Road Parking
No Dogs Allowed
Open All Year
Ideally situated within easy access of the A5 for the historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ironbridge, Chester and Llangollen. There is a large attractive garden to sit back and relax in. Parking and cycle storage facilities are provided.
4 Star Visit England.…
A very warm welcome awaits you at the family-run, four star Croft Bridgnorth offering B&B accommodation in the delightful market town of Bridgnorth, Shropshire.
The location is perfect for both business and pleasure, with the commercial centres of Telford and Wolverhampton just a short drive away.
We are very pleased to offer 12 non-smoking rooms, each individually furnished to a high standard.
We have twelve individually styled bedrooms, ten having full en-suite facilities. All rooms have Flat Screen TV's with DVD plus direct dial and room to room telephones. Some rooms also have personal safes.
Free WiFi available in all areas.
The guest lounge has been sympathetically restored, with beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace and warm and inviting décor, where you can relax and perhaps read one of the complimentary magazines.
The Croft’s Breakfast Room is simply delightful. …
Lower House B & B, near Leintwardine in Shropshire, offers superb accommodation in a charming 17th Century former farm house surrounded by beautiful gardens. We are fortunate to be in an excellent position to explore the local area. Ludlow is only 9 miles away. 4 Star Visit England. Pets are welcome.
Lower House B&B in Leintwardine, Shropshire, offers 4 star accommodation in a beautiful property. Located off a peaceful country lane and surrounded by glorious countryside, we truly are an idyllic holiday destination.
The former farmhouse has parts which date back to the early 17th Century and has been tastefully furnished throughout whilst retaining all of its original character. There are huge inglenooks, roaring log fires and oak beams. The house is set in over an acre of stunning gardens. We have 4 traditionally furnished bedrooms: you can stay in 1 of our 3 twin rooms with en su…
Hadley Park House Hotel is a luxury hotel in Telford, Shropshire which incorporates the award-winning Dorrells Restaurant.
As you’d expect from our accommodation, all of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and there’s the obligatory TV and tea and coffee making facilities! WIFI is also available in the rooms in case you need to link to the ‘world wide web’ whilst away.
After a good nights rest in our country house hotel, we’ll make sure that you’re set up for the next day thanks to a hearty, freshly cooked Shropshire breakfast.
Dorrells Restaurant is our conservatory restaurant dedicated to serving exceptional quality food made from locally sourced ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner, the restaurant has an AA Rosette.
Hadley Park House Hotel’s unique location provides a distinct rural feel and is the perfect place for weddings and celebrations in Telford.
3 Star AA.
The Calcutts House is located in the riverside village of Jackfield in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge, the birth place of the Industrial Revolution.
The rooms in the main house are named after previous owners, all of whom were celebrated Ironmasters.
Delicious hearty breakfasts are served in our period dining room.
You can relax in our beautiful residents lounge which has a fantastic Inglenook fireplace.
The Calcutts House is located in the riverside village of Jackfield in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge, the birth place of the Industrial Revolution. The Iron Bridge itself is the ideal place to start exploring the beautiful Shropshire landscape and its fascinating history.
4 Star Visit England.…
Althea Meredith and her family invite you to enjoy a stay at Hardwicke Farm Bed and Breakfast.
A traditional farmhouse b&b situated in a rural village, on the beautiful Shropshire and Worcestershire borders. The 16th century farmhouse offers comfortable accommodation in a relaxed and friendly environment.
Hardwicke Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast is a friendly, family run business which offers a high standard of accommodation within a relaxed and comfortable environment.
Hardwicke is a working farm and comprises approximately 100 acres with the main enterprise being Texel sheep. Althea and Andrew have lived at Hardwicke Farm since they were married in 1992 and Andrew became the fourth generation of the Meredith family to farm at Hardwicke. Althea has always wanted to run a b&b and her friendly personality makes her an ideal hostess for Hardwicke Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast.
The Merchant House, in historic Lower Corve Street, is a few minutes\' walk from the town centre, railway station, traditional pubs and Ludlow\'s excellent restaurants. It is an ideal base from which to explore the glorious countryside of the Welsh Marches by car, train or bicycle.
The John Waties Room:
One Double En-suite, known as \'The John Waties\' Room.
With television, tea and coffee-making facilities, clock radio, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.
We have named the room after John Waties, a wealthy dyer in the 16th century, who lived in what is now known as The Merchant House. We hope you will enjoy being in our recently refurbished timber-framed bedroom with antique bed: it retains the spirit of the Middle Ages but offers all the comforts of the 21st century.
The Thomas Greenley Room:
One Adjoining Single with Private Bathroom, called \'The Thomas Greenley\' Room.