MIDDLE WOODBATCH FARM
Woodbatch Road, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5JS.
(01588) 630141 07989 496875 middlewoodbatchfarm.co.uk
Steve & Mary Austin
4 Star 17th century farmhouse B&B on a family run hill farm. Located just 5 minutes from Bishop’s Castle in the Shropshire Hills AONB.
The Shropshire Way comes right through the farmyard and we are only a stone’s throw away from the Kerry Ridgeway, Offa’s Dyke and the Long Mynd. Perfect location for walkers, cyclists and wildlife watchers. Beautiful dark skies perfect for star gazers.
Drying room & cycle wash available.
1 superking/twin room & 1 king sized double
Both rooms are en-suite with large, spacious showers and heated towel rails. Both have tea & coffee making facilities and fridge freezers, large TVs with free sat channels, hair dryer, free toiletries and bottled water.
There is guest lounge, large patio, garden & BBQ. Extensive breakfast menu, evening meals available.
Baggage forward available.
Families welcome (special child rates).
B&B from £30
Highly recommended campsite available (tents only).
THE COACH HOUSE
Norbury, Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire SY9 5DX
(01588) 650846 www.coachhousenorbury.com
Sean & Lexi Morris
The Coach House is a charming Restaurant with Rooms. Our beautiful building is nestled in the conservation village of Norbury, in the South Shropshire Hills AONB between the Stiperstones and the Long Mynd.
We have an award winning 2 AA rosette restaurant, luxurious B&B accommodation and a fully licensed bar. We are dog friendly, your pets are allowed in 3 of our letting rooms and can join you for a meal in 2 of our lounge bar rooms (both with wood burning stoves and sofas). The main dining room & 4 of the letting rooms are not dog friendly.
We serve a local seasonal a la carte menu and also have a small daily changing bar menu. Please check our website for details.
We believe passionately in seasonality and we strive hard to source quality ingredients from as close to home as possible. We are members of the Real Bread Campaign and bake our own sourdough and levain breads daily.
Food served 6.00 pm to 8.30 pm Wednesday – Saturday nights. Booking essential. email@example.com or 01588 650846
Food Hygiene Rating 5, 2 AA rosettes for Culinary Excellence, AA 4 star rated accomodation with a Gold Award and Breakfast Award. Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for 4 years. Booking.com 9.5/10
Lower Broughton, Montgomery, Powys SY15 6SZ
(01588) 638393 /07837 919666
A Grade II listed oak beamed farmhouse full of character and charm, set in the tranquil Shropshire hills with stunning views. An idyllic location for walkers, families or those who just want to ‘get away from it all.’ Visitors are welcome to take a stroll around the farm trail and meet the animals. It is situated off the b4385, a stones throw away from the market town of Bishop’s Castle which boasts two breweries and many pubs and restaurants.
1 double en-suite 1 family (twin/double & single) with private bathroom. Tea and coffee making facilities Families welcome.
B&B £55 – £60 per room per night. Closed January.
dogs by arrangement
(see self-catering section)
Lower Farmhouse B&B
Lower Farmhouse, Lydbury North, Shropshire, SY7 8AS.
Liz Moran & Marlon Brown
Luxury B&B in a tastefully renovated character farmhouse in the heart of Lydbury North. Views from all rooms over fields and towards the historic church of S. Michael and All Angles. The popular wedding venue, Walcot Hall, can be seen from the house.
3 kingsize ensuite rooms
1 double ensuite room
1 superking/twin ensuite room
All rooms are furnished with comfortable beds, hospitality tray TVs. and hairdryers. Free WiFi throughout the house.
Breakfast is included in the room rate and includes a wide variety of hot & cold, locally sourced fresh produce. No smoking or pets
2019 rates based on double occupancy are £60 per person, per night.
Food Hygiene rating 5.
THE FARM, SNEAD
Snead, Churchstoke, Montgomery, Powys SY15 6EB
(01588) 620281 www.thefarmsnead.co.uk
Alan and Sandra Jones A
A large 19th century farmhouse surrounded by a beautiful, two acre garden. There are views of the Camlad Valley including the Roundton Nature Reserve.
2 super king/twin en-suite 1 ground floor superking/twin en-suite 1 double with private bathroom. All have tea and coffee making facilities, flatscreen TV, radio and hairdryer. Free Wi-Fi available Safe storage and drying room for cyclists & walkers
Baggage forward & transport available on request.
B&B Double/Twin from £85.00 (Single from £55.00). Dinner by arrangement from £22.00. delete Excellent food, own and local produce used, home made bread. Special diets catered for.
Dogs by arrangement (not in house). No smoking. Featured in Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay
THE OAT HOUSE AT THE BRIDGES
The Bridges, Ratlinghope, Shropshire SY5 0ST
(01588) 650260 www.thebridgespub.co.uk
Will & Beth A
The converted oat house at The Bridges, the country pub in a superb location between the Long Mynd and The Stiperstones in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where two rivers meet. Wonderful walking, cycling and bird watching right on the Shropshire Way. Lovely garden and decking overlooking the rivers. Homely log fires in the cooler months. The pub is a Three Tuns Brewery Tap, offering a fantastic choice of real ales and superb bar and restaurant food.
Ground floor: bunkroom sleeps 6, £30.00 per bunk with bedding. Toilet & shower facilities. Double & twin en-suite £60 per room. All have tea & coffee making facilities. First floor: Twin & double en-suite, both with living area, sofa bed and well equipped kitchenette. £65 per night. Family suite sleeping up to 6, which includes both bedrooms, living area and kitchenette and two en-suite shower rooms. 4 guests £120 per night. 6 guests £140 per night.
The Smithy: a 16th century, Grade II listed blacksmiths offers open plan accommodation for two: super king/twin with en-suite shower room. Fully equipped kitchenette. TV. Under-floor heating. Comfortable sitting area with wood burning stove.
2 Night Stay- £160. 3 Night Stay – £200
Breakfast included and dogs welcome except in The Smith.
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