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Rectory Farm

Woolstaston SY6 6NN, England
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Aug 14, 2016
“Beautfiul property, stunning views, peaceful.”
Jun 4, 2016
“Beautiful quiet old house in a stunning setting”
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Reviewed August 14, 2016

It would be hard to find a B&B that could better this. The property is stunning. The bedrooms are beautiful and scrupulously clean. Breakfast is superb. Service is excellent. This is amazing value for the price paid. An absolute gem.

Thank averilbrice
Reviewed June 4, 2016

Allison runs a lovely B&B in their (very) old 'black and white' house in Woolstaston. Their garden is stunning and walks in all directions on the north side of the Long Mynd. We stayed in the main house with lovely views. Modern bathroom and large...More

Thank johnsuggestions
Reviewed November 17, 2015

A delightful homely B&B. Alison made us so welcome - tea and cakes on the lawn. Our room was a delight with the most comfortable bed ever and wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. Next morning's breakfast was a feast, fabulous choice. We were reluctant...More

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Reviewed August 18, 2015 via mobile

Have just returned from two nights b&b here, it is truly a gem in the b&b world. An old timbered house dating back to 1620 and beautifully furnished with some spectacular views. Alison the owner is very welcoming and pointed us in the right direction...More

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Reviewed June 9, 2014

A very special house in a perfect setting. Our host was the third generation of her family to live in this beautiful timber-framed building and it is clearly lovingly maintained. Yes, the floor may be uneven and the stairs a bit tight but what can...More

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