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Strefford Hall Farm

Strefford

Craven Arms

SY7 8DE

Shropshire


B&B


Price Range: £30 - £36


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Owner Information

Caroline Morgan


Phone: +44 (0)1588 672383


Strefford Hall Farmhouse offers rural bed and breakfast accommodation in our large, spacious rooms, furnished with antique furniture.
We are inspected annually by the AA and have been awarded a 4 Star Quality Assurance Rating.

As you enter the quarry tiled entrance hall you will be welcomed by the ticking of the grandfather clock.

Double Room Here you will find a wealth of books and local maps for you to borrow.

A beautiful Victorian pine stairway leads up to the upper floor and the bedrooms.

The Bedrooms
Our three bedrooms offer a choice of:

King Size Double / Twin •Double
•King-size double
(which can be divided to make twin beds)
•Family - double with an additional single bed
All three rooms are en-suite with wonderful views across the fields towards the South Shropshire Hills.

All rooms are equipped to a high standard, featuring:

Family - Double plus Single •Duvets (blankets available on request if preferred)
•Colour TV
•Tea & coffee making facilities
•Hair dryers
•Toiletries
•Soft towels to hand.
Guest Facilities

Sitting Room You are also very welcome to relax in our warm and comfortable sitting room.

Our sunny dining room is a great place to start your day.

Enjoy our excellent breakfasts, prepared using home-made sausages, preserves and eggs from our happy free-range hens.

For evening meals there are a selection of pubs and restaurants close by.

Dining Room We are also just ten miles away from the gastronomic delights of Ludlow, renown throughout the UK for the quality of its eating establishments.

Ample off-road Car Parking is available for guests.

Strefford Hall Farmhouse is non-smoking.



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Charles Darwins House
Charles Darwins House

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Ludlow Castle
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RAF Museum, Cosford
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Shrewsbury Abbey
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Shrewsbury Castle
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Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery
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Shropshire Hills
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Stokesay Castle
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The Iron Bridge
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