Rectory Farm Bed & Breakfast

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A warm welcome to Rectory Farm

Built in approximately 1620, Rectory Farm is a beautiful half-timbered farm house which happily combines unspoiled, ancient charm with first class modern accommodation.

Situated in the heart of the Shropshire highlands on the lower slopes of the famous Long Mynd, Rectory Farm commands spectacular views across the plain to Shropshire's best known land mark, the Wrekin.

In the very special atmosphere of this historic house you will enjoy the warmest of welcomes and the heartiest of country breakfasts, using local food products. Little wonder that it was voted the Best Bed and Breakfast in the Cotswold and the Welsh Marches

Accommodation at Rectory Farm

Rectory Farm offers two comfortable bedrooms (one King size the other Super King or Twin bedded) each with T.V. and broadband connection, well appointed en suite bathrooms. All given panoramic views of the surrounding country side. Guests may also relax in the spacious oak beamed lounge and cosy snug television room.

Tea, coffee and bath robes are available in the rooms, evening meals are not provided but there are many good pubs and restaurants within easy reach.

Accomodation includes a Traditional English Farmhouse Breakfast made using local farm produce and homemade marmalade and conserves.

What to see and do around Rectory Farm

Rectory Farm is ideally situated for exploring some of Britain's most beautiful and unspoiled country side. The Stretton Hills are rich in folk lore and legend and famous for their historic and literary associations: this is the rolling countryside immortalised by the novels of Mary Webb and the children's books of Malcolm Saville.

For sightseeing Shropshire Borderlands offer a wealth of historic houses and gardens, dramatic castles and hill forts. Within half an hour's drive are the attractive country towns of Ludlow, Shrewsbury and the smaller market towns of Much Wenlock and Bishop's Castle and the televised Acton Scott Historic working farm museum recreates the farming methods of a bygone era.

All your local needs are catered for in Church Stretton which has a wide range of shops, restaurants, wine bars and pubs, also a large antique market open daily, arts festival in July.


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