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Accommodation

We offer two spacious, individual rooms. There is one double room, with a kingsize bed and the other room has twin beds. Both overlook a cobbled yard and our traditional country garden.

The bedrooms include a flat screen television, comfortable seating, tea and coffee making facilities, plenty of information on local places of interest to visit and menus for local pubs and restaurants, including the 17th century Royal Oak, which is only half a mile away in Cardington.

Both en suite bathrooms are newly fitted with modern showers and include a heated towel rail, toiletries and hairdryer.

FREE Wifi access is available throughout the house.

The sitting room is available for the sole use of guests. Browse through our many books of local interest, watch television, or simply warm your toes in front of the inglenook fireplace with its large log burner, which will be lit on cooler evenings.

There is ample off-road parking at the front of the house. Extra space can be made available for guests with trailers who might want to attend local events such as vintage rallies, auto clubs or gliding.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate guests’ pets.

Accommodation

We offer two spacious, individual rooms. Both overlook a cobbled yard and our traditional country garden. Click here for more details.

Breakfast

Breakfast is served in our elegant dining room. Choose from a cooked or continental style breakfast to suit your individual taste, all using local and seasonal ingredients where possible. We have held an AA Breakfast Award since 2015.

Working Farm

Court Farm is an attractive farm with a variety of crops and animals with plenty of fields, trees and hedgerows supporting an abundance of wildlife.

The Local Area

We are just six miles from the Walkers Are Welcome town of Church Stretton but if you prefer to explore closer to home there are several walks which start at Court Farm and extend out into the surrounding countryside.