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Broome Park Farm Catherton Road Broome Park Farm, Cleobury Mortimer DY14 0LB England
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#1 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Cleobury Mortimer
Peaceful farmhouse accommodation in a tranquil rural setting, close to the small town of Cleobury Mortimer. Guests can relax in our spacious, comfortable en-suite rooms and enjoy wonderful home cooked local food. We produce our own sausages, bacon and free range eggs along side home made preserves and honey and our own apple juice from the orchard. Homemade cakes and tea or coffee served on arrival. Ideal for walkers, cyclists and families. Separate guest entrance and own sitting and dining rooms. Easy access to Ludlow, Bridgnorth, Ironbridge and Much Wenlock as well as The Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands Safari Park and Wyre Forest.
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Highchairs available
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Lauren S wrote a review Jan 2020
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Booked out this beautiful family B&B with a group of friends for New Year and had an amazing mini-break! We were so well looked after, went for a long walk and pub lunch (with Mac, the dog) followed by delicious home-cooked food on the night itself. Cath and John were so welcoming. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Orpino wrote a review Jan 2020
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I stayed at the B&B with friends over New Year. Lovely location with great places for country walks nearby. Cath and John are wonderful hosts and the rooms are a good size with modern bathrooms and are very clean. Would definitely recommend!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
rosereadallan wrote a review Oct 2019
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This B&B was quiet with lovely views over the countryside. Our room was lovely - fresh and clean - as was the bathroom. Breakfast was good too. Our hostess was friendly and happy to suggest a good place for our dinner.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Catherine E, Owner at Broome Park Farm B&B
Responded Oct 25, 2019
Thank you for your review, I am pleased you enjoyed your stay.
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broganmc wrote a review Sep 2019
Plymouth, United Kingdom271 contributions116 helpful votes
If you are looking for a peaceful location and a home from home feel then you will find it at Broome Park Farm. We travelled a fair way to stay here for a few nights to explore Shropshire, and it could not have been better situated. Our host Catherine is a warm and friendly lady shadowed by her adorable black Labrador Mac, who knows his restrictions when guests are staying. However, for doggy lovers he makes the most wonderful companion if you sit in the gardens especially of an evening. Here you look out over the farms fields with grazing cows and sheep, look up at the stars as there is no light pollution, and have the occasional bat fly around. Idyllic. On arrival we were shown to a lovely en- suite room via a winding wooden staircase. Plenty of room with comfortable chairs where one could sit and admire the country landscape through a superb large window. A large wardrobe to house your belongings, and home to spare towels should you require them. Tea/coffee making facilities with the most generous selection of beverages and a delightful jar of moorish cookies.All replenished daily with clean crockery. Above this was a most useful board of tourist info and your free WI FI code. Below copious forms of local leaflets and further informed choices of what one could see and do in Shropshire and surrounding areas.How lovely to have an en- suite with both a bath and an overhead shower, and spacious at that. Adequate soft and generously sized crimson towels, bathrobes and usable quality complimentary toiletries. Fantastic lite mirror over the hand basin to allow one to see what one needs to especially for the male to shave and the lady to apply make up. The double bed had quality linen, comfortable pillows and to either side a bedside cabinet and lights plus an alarm clock. A dresser also housed a hair dryer and tasteful china to place your jewellery whilst sleeping. On the landing was a small guest fridge where Catherine placed a jug of fresh milk every day if you preferred this to pre-packed milk containers on your drinks station. This is a welcomed enhancement as for me and my husband, drinks taste far better when made with fresh milk. Once we had settled we were offered tea and home made cakes which we took in the guest sitting room to the left side of the ground floor within the farm house once you entered the front door. There is the most attractive glazed cabinet housing books and games for guests, heavily carved and just wonderful to look at. This sitting room was always lite at night on returning from a day out and furnished to high standards of good quality soft furnishings and decor. An interesting picture on one of the walls of the passenger list of The Titanic which was eye catching also. This room had a homely feel and lovingly decorated to suit the era of this charming traditional "Wendy House style" Farm House. The dining room was on the opposite side to the sitting room still overlooking the wonderful lawn laid rear garden. Furnished with period wood again to compliment the age of this house. A dresser in the morning laden with cereals, fresh fruits from the garden and yogurt, hygienically covered. The table covered in linen table cloth and breakfast crockery for breakfast and tasteful china for evening meals. Locally sourced preserves for ones toast, and the heartiest Full English with several other options printed on a table menu, all freshly cooked with meat from the farms pigs and eggs from the chickens. You can have evening meals here too at a very reasonable supplement with prior arrangement. We had a two course meal of soup and Sheppard's Pie ( beef from the farm's cows) on our first nights stay and roast pork ( again farm's pigs) and home made crumble and custard on our last night. Each meal time was accompanied by freshly made tea or coffee always served in pots and lovely and hot. The Farm House can be found using Sat Nav, or instructions from Catherine. There is ample room to park to one side of the rear garden area which is all flat.The outside seating has a garden wooden swing seat, bench and table, and a patio area with table and chairs. This area is lite at night, and there is a blanket box by the stair case which houses both blankets and cushions for guests. Catherine has really thought of every creature comfort for her guests to enjoy their stay whilst remaining friendly and professional. If you are mobility challenged, then there is no ground floor accommodation that we were aware of. One has to be able to climb a stair case to access the bedroom. Our stay here was a first and it met our expectations and more. We went on to stay in a further one in The Cotswold area, which by no means was a patch on this one. Can not recommend Broome Park Farm enough, but don't take our word for it, you must try it for yourself. You would not be disappointed. ,
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Response from Catherine E, Owner at Broome Park Farm B&B
Responded Oct 1, 2019
Wow! I think this is the most comprehensive review I have ever had, so much detail! I am so pleased you enjoyed everything about your stay and hopefully it will be the first of many! We can't wait to welcome you back again soon.
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Barry H wrote a review Sep 2019
Victoria, Australia5 contributions6 helpful votes
Catherine is the perfect host. Excellent property. We were able to walk the property and “talk” to the cattle. Catherine booked a meal at the “Live and let live 2 miles away and we ate outside in good weather. All in all this was a delightful stay.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Catherine E, Owner at Broome Park Farm B&B
Responded Sep 26, 2019
Hi Barry, we are so pleased you enjoyed your stay, I am always happy to book evening meals at one of the local pubs for guests who don't want to eat in!
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$85 - $111 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandCleobury Mortimer
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Frequently Asked Questions about Broome Park Farm B&B
Which popular attractions are close to Broome Park Farm B&B?
Nearby attractions include Rays Farm (4.9 miles), The Plough Inn (4.4 miles), and The Fighting Cocks (3.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Broome Park Farm B&B?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Broome Park Farm B&B?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a fireplace, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Broome Park Farm B&B?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Broome Park Farm B&B?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Broome Park Farm B&B?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Lamp, The Colliers Farm Shop and Tea Room, and Spice Empire.
Is Broome Park Farm B&B located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.9 miles away from the center of Cleobury Mortimer.
Are there any historical sites close to Broome Park Farm B&B?
Many travelers enjoy visiting St Laurence's Church (9.6 miles), Witley Court & Gardens (9.9 miles), and Dudmaston Estate (8.9 miles).