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Middle Woodbatch Farm

Accommodation Details

4 Star Bed & breakfast 1.5 miles from Bishops castle Shropshire.
A 17th Centuary farmhouse, on a family run working livestock farm.
A warm Shropshire welcome & a friendly & relaxed atmosphere awaits.
The farm stands in a beautifull, tranquil spot on the English/Welsh border, 1.5 miles from the small market town of Bishops Castle in a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
From its elevated rural location the house commands breath taking views of the Shropshire hills & The Long Mynd.

Our location is perfect for Walkers Cyclists and Horseriders. We are surounded by an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways.
We have the Shropshire Way & The Blue Remembered Hills, bridleway coming through our farm yard, we are also a stones throw from the Kerry Ridgeway, Offas Dyke, The Jack Mytton Way,The B C Ring & The Long Mynd.

Our Secluded rural location also provides the perfect place to be able to watch the abundance of bird and wildlife that surrounds us, Fox, Badger, Owls, Red Kite, Deer, Sparrow Hawk & Buzzard to name a few.
During the summer months the house is surrounded by House martins & Swallows who use the farm as their summer retreat.

Because we are located in a Environmentally Sensitive Area, great care has been taken to minimise our impact on the environment.
We are Shropshire Hills Buy Local Be Sustainable Members.
We provide full recycling facilities
All toilets are duel flush to save water, lighting is low energy bulbs.

Working Farm

Accommodation Location

Middle Woodbatch Farm, Woodbatch Road, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5JT




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