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Stayed at 'The Farm' for one night back in August. The room was clean, large and bright with a lovely view looking over the garden. Bishops Castle was just 3 miles away along the country lanes with 2 or 3 good places to eat. I...More
Excellent B&B, warm friendly welcome, lovely large bedroom, delicious breakfast, made to feel part of the family, plenty of advice on where to eat - even booked a table for us. Suggested places to visit and best route. Would definitely book again.
We just came home from staying with Sandra and Alan and I have to say that I could barely wait to write a review. I cannot recall enjoying staying away from home so much and, in recent years, we have sampled many a B&B so...More
My sister and I stayed at this delightfully happy and friendly B&B on our 6th evening of our North to South Offa's Dyke walk. We were picked up and dropped off by Alan and Sandra from Brompton Crossroads, as it is a couple of miles...More
Offering one Double en-suite and one twin room with private bathroom, the early 19th Century Farmhouse is large with full central heating and a log fire in the sitting room. The bedrooms are all spacious, south-facing and overlooking the garden with views to the surrounding countryside. All bedrooms have colour TV, Clock/Radio/Alarm, Tea and Coffee making facilities and Hairdryer. We offer you an ideal base for walking and touring in this unspoilt area, with its wealth of wildlife, close to Offa's Dyke, the Stiperstones, Longmynd and Stretton Hills. The Roundton National Nature Reserve is within sight of our farm. There are many historic houses, castles and market towns within easy reach including Powis Castle and Gardens, Stokesay, Montgomery, Ludlow and Shrewsbury. For relaxation, sit on the bank under the old Oak tree overlooking our large wildlife pool and let the world go by. Mallard, Teal, Heron, Coot and Moorhen will frequently be your companions.