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Castle Farm Bed and Breakfast

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Cheney Longville, Craven Arms SY7 8DR Angleterre
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À 8,7 km de gare Hopton Heath
À 0 km de Clun Castle
Bishop’s Castle
À 75 km de Aéroport de Chester
À 0 km de The House on Crutches Museum
Bishop’s Castle
À 75,2 km de Aéroport de Chester
À 0,1 km de The House on Crutches Museum
Bishop’s Castle
À 75 km de Aéroport de Chester
À 0,1 km de The House on Crutches Museum
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Yosemiteblue a écrit un avis (avr. 2018)
El Portal, CA49 contributions34 votes utiles
We have stayed here several times over the years during our travels to the UK. This place keeps 'calling us back'...it has history like no other place we have stayed, and also a very warm, friendly family who live and work this beautiful farm. A stay here gives one an appreciation of the work involved in a farm...and the skill and love it takes to do that work. We truly admire this family, and we enjoy staying here and visiting with them. This beautiful of 'castle' is warm, comfortable and full of very happy memories!
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Date du séjour : mars 2018
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Debby B a écrit un avis (mai 2016)
Winchester, Royaume-Uni6 contributions5 votes utiles
What an amazing Bed and Breakfast, if you are interested in history and old buildings this is the place to stay. We were warmly greeted by Sally and her family, excellent sized room with everything you needed and a good breakfast. It is a working farm with historical buildings and there are books and articles to read about the farms history and in such a beautiful part of the country. A definite must if you want a change from chain hotels, we would definitely revisit if we are in Shropshire again.
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Date du séjour : mai 2016
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Roger S a écrit un avis (sept. 2013)
St. Albans, Royaume-Uni58 contributions37 votes utiles
I was planning a trip to the area with some friends to relive a holiday we had shared 50 years ago! I spotted Castle Farm B & B on the web and phoned to check availability. Ed took the call and was most helpful so I booked. They have two family rooms one en-suite. The rooms a re large and the beds quite comfortable. We were well looked after, breakfasts were great with fresh eggs from their farm and freshly gathered field mushrooms. Its a working farm and we arrived in the middle of the corn harvest which was interesting The farm itself is part of what was a 14th Century moated castle. Ed and Sal have managed to gather a lot of the history of the site which is really interesting. The whole site is crying out for a major sympathetic restoration. But that would take a lot of investment and not something tenant farmers could be expected to do. Would happily return.
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Date du séjour : août 2013
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Yosemiteblue a écrit un avis (janv. 2013)
El Portal, CA49 contributions34 votes utiles
We have literally stayed at dozens of B&Bs all over the UK and other parts of the world for many years (long before there was TripAdvisor), and Castle Farm is our all-time favorite! We stay there every time we visit the UK. It is an old, fortified, moated manor house (the moat is not filled now) and the property is listed in the Doomesday survey! Today it is a working farm, run by a tenant farmer who has sheep, cattle and crops to take care of. He is at least the second generation of his family to farm this place under this tenancy...we stayed there when his father was the tenant, too. It is an incedible place...if you love history you will love this place...the house and buildings...including the old kitchen, 'jail', servants' quarters, etc. surround the old cobbled stone courtyard... now the parking area. You enter via a draw bridge which is now 'permanently' open. We were there this last visit at 'lambing time'...what an experience!...The little daughter took us out to the barn to see the newborn lambs after breakfast...they were just minutes old. The young farmer was looking pretty tired...I think he had been up most of the night delivering lambs! The house is fabulous...beautiful views out across the farm land: true 'pastoral' beauty. The breakfast is excellent, the rooms are large and comfortable. The family is a real source of information and very friendly. Castle Farm is the perfect place to stay to explore Shropshire, and a history lover's and photographers dream!
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Date du séjour : mars 2012
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TheBagCarrier a écrit un avis (sept. 2012)
Birmingham, Royaume-Uni201 contributions161 votes utiles
It's not every night you get to stay in a 13th century farm house with a great family and a really well cooked breakfast. Forget the posh expensive hotels in Ludlow come and stay here for a real experience and a delicious "farmer's breakfast" the next morning. All this set in fantastic countryside. Sally was an excellent host and even books taxis and near by pubs for you (as mobile phone reception is very patchy - but I guess a phone signal wasn't important 700 years ago). The 3 foot thick walls might also have something to do with it. Come and meet the family and have a great time.
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Date du séjour : septembre 2012
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Foire aux questions à propos de Castle Farm Bed and Breakfast
Quelles attractions populaires sont à proximité de Castle Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Parmi les attractions à proximité, on trouve notamment Stokesay Castle (3,1 kilomètres), Land of Lost Content Museum (3,0 kilomètres) et Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre (3,1 kilomètres).
Pourriez-vous m’indiquer certains des restaurants à proximité de Castle Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Parmi les restaurants situés tout près, on trouve The Green Dragon, The Station Inn et The Lazy Trout Cafe & Fish Bar.
Y a-t-il des sites historiques à proximité de Castle Farm Bed and Breakfast?
De nombreux voyageurs adorent visiter Stokesay Castle (3,1 kilomètres), Walcot Hall (5,8 kilomètres) etStokesay Court (6,8 kilomètres).