A warm welcome awaits you at our 16th century farm house which is
situated in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, in peaceful rural
Guests access their accommodation via a private entrance into a traditional flagstone hallway.
spacious double bedroom is located upstairs and is fitted with a
wardrobe and dressing table. Facilities are en suite and a hairdryer
is provided. The room has a light and airy feel thanks to the soft
pastel shades of the decor and the lovely view of the grass fields
beyond. A cot is available on request.
sitting room is situated downstairs and offers a colour television and
tea/coffee making facilities. All rooms are centrally heated but guests
often comment on the warm and cosy atmosphere generated by the open
Guest Sitting Room
An ironing board and iron are available on request and off-road car parking space is provided.
|We hope to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as
Our hearty farmhouse breakfast is made from locally sourced produce and home made bread, and provided at a time to
suit you. We also cater for vegetarian and other special diets and ask that you inform us of your requirements at the time of booking. A highchair is available on request.
We do not provide evening meals, however The Fighting Cocks Public House is located just under a mile away, in the centre of Stottesdon
village. This friendly family pub offers a comprehensive
menu at very reasonable prices.
The Fighting Cocks, Public House, Stottesdon, Shropshire DY14 8TZ. Telephone 01746 718270
The Fighting Cocks
at Stottesdon is a black and white timbered dining pub. Incorporates
post office and shop. Winner of Shropshire Food & Drink Award in
2003/2004 and famous for its pies using local produce. Supported by
Hobsons, the local brewery They produce tasty, lovingly-prepared dishes
- all ingredients grown / produced locally. Live music.