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Church Farm Guest House

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#15 of 42 B&Bs / Inns in Telford
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Beautiful Georgian Farmhouse providing 4 star luxury accommodation & award winning food. Ideal for Ironbridge, Much Wenlock & Wroxeter Roman City – a true hidden Shropshire Gem!
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Non-smoking rooms
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Stayed here on a business trip, the host was wonderful as soon as I arrived. Very warm welcome, double room was lovely and the bed was extremely comfortable. Cooked breakfast was included, choices of cereals and juices were a big advantage. Many Thanks for a wonderful stay, hope to see you again soon.
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Response from sandieo32, Owner at Church Farm Guest House
Responded 1 week ago
thank you, x
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We spotted a handwritten sign by the side of the road advertising afternoon tea, gave them a call and booked an afternoon tea for our last day in Shropshire. The hostess was really super friendly and the food was very tasty (especially the strawberry jam and the strawberry meringue). We haven't stayed in the guesthouse, but it looks like a nice place to stay and the scenery is fantastic!
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Response from sandieo32, Owner at Church Farm Guest House
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you, i hope you come back to stay,x
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Cosy, presentable, nice garden, very decent breakfast, comfortable room, friendly host! Check in times are very particular. I suppose that's normal in places like this. We were very much left to our own devices: all the doors were open when we arrived, but we met the host and she gave us a room key and explained everything: free use of the living room and garden area. Breakfast was good in the morning. Nice eggs and local jam on toast. Cereal and local organic porridge too. It was quite early, but that encouraged us to make a good start to the day - which we were grateful for later. The decor of the breakfast room is quite elaborate, but that's fine. We made nice conversation with another couple who were there too. There is a nice cat roaming around too. The only slightly odd thing about the B&B was that there is a family resident in part of the house (they have their own kitchen, so don't use the guest breakfast room). They have a separate front door at the back too. This wasn't clearly sign-posted, so we thought that was the entrance for us to use! We just walked in, but weirdly they didn't say anything to us like "oh, you must be here for the B&B, go to the other entrance at the front". They just ignored us... so we thought we were in the wrong place for a while! Occasionally there is a little stall in the garden run by a neighbour. Luckily it was open on the day we were there, so we bought a couple of small pies and an apple tart - which were very nice. We walked around the church yard over the road, but the church was closed. It's a tiny hamlet, so not much to do there, but there is a shop and Post Office 5 minute drive (20 minute walk) away in the nearby town, and two large pubs also 5 minutes drive (20 - 25 minutes walk) away. We had dinner at one, The Plough, which the host (Sandy?) recommended. The food there was excellent and there was a very cosy quiet local feel inside. The few locals had some nice tips for us to do the next day (Iron Bridge and the Victorian Town... both of which we did). The other pub seemed nice too... but there was a birthday party on, and we wanted a quieter vibe. We stayed just one night, but it was a pleasant stay. Thank you.
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Response from sandieo32, Owner at Church Farm Guest House
Responded 1 week ago
Hi there Thank you for yr review Am pleased u liked it, Church Farm is my home, a traditional b and b , hence separate entrance,we do have signs which u did not see , as the wind must have blown down, many thanks Sandie
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i ahve been staying at Church Farm for 1 to 2 days a week for the last month. I find Sandie to be a wonderful host and Buddy is a little dream rooms are clean and quaint very comfortable beds breakfast is brilliant served perfectly i love coming to stay here. it is a 300 year old peice of heritage and a pleasure to stay at Thanks Sandie
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Response from sandieo32, Owner at Church Farm Guest House
Responded Apr 30, 2019
Thank you , sorry for late response, i dread looking on here xx
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Had a great stay here bank holiday weeked, lovely guest house with lovely features. Lovely garden area to relax in and also lovely little walks within the local village. Great play area for the little ones about 2 minutes away. All in all a great stay at a fantastic price. You can tell the owner works really hard to maintain this lovely house. Would definitely return
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Response from sandieo32, Owner at Church Farm Guest House
Responded Apr 30, 2019
thank you. hope ti see you all again
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PRICE RANGE
$62 - $95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandTelford
NUMBER OF ROOMS
4
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