Lying within the rolling farmland that makes up this working mixed farm, Court Farm is a relaxing base for a stay in the countryside. Two beautifully appointed bedrooms provide guests with AA four-star gold rated accommodation.
What makes a stay at Court Farm Bed and Breakfast unique?
Court Farm is situated in the heart of superb walking country. Sitting between the breath-taking Shropshire Hills and Wenlock Edge this is an ideal base for walkers and cyclists, and a haven for anyone wishing to experience a snapshot of life in rural Shropshire. Many of the local walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep. Use a farm route leaflet to explore the farm and enjoy the abundance of wildlife or borrow one of the many walking maps for other local walks that will you allow you to appreciate the beautiful scenery.
Ample off-road parking at the front of the house, safe storage and washing facilities for guests’ bikes, drying facilities for outdoor clothing and extra space for parking trailers means guests with wide ranging hobbies and the equipment they bring can be catered for.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Court Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Both spacious bedrooms overlook a cobbled courtyard and beautiful country garden. Each room has its own cosy seating area and newly fitted ensuite bathroom. Downstairs, visitors can enjoy the sole use of the comfortable sitting room. Warm your toes in front of the inglenook fireplace with its large log burner, whilst deciding where you want to visit next by perusing some of the many books and information on local places of interest, watching television or simply relaxing and enjoying the peace and quiet.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Church Stretton area?
Church Stretton, known as ‘Little Switzerland’, is a historic market town situated in the heart of the South Shropshire Hills. In addition to its impressive setting and excellent walking, the town has many independent shops and a variety of outstanding eateries.
Court Farm is perfectly located to explore the Ironbridge Gorge & Museums (birthplace of the Industrial Revolution), Acton Scott Farm Museum (as featured in the Victorian Farm TV series), Shrewsbury, and Ludlow. The market towns of Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth are also just a short drive away. Local English Heritage sites include Stokesay Castle, Wenlock Priory and Wroxeter Roman City and there are several National Trust Properties within an hour’s drive including Attingham Park and Dudmaston Hall.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Court Farm has held an AA Breakfast Award since 2015 and the Aga-cooked breakfasts using eggs from the free-range hens and locally produced sausages and bacon are popular with guests. As a lighter alternative choose a compote and natural yogurt, made with fruit from the garden. Local produce, seasonal ingredients and homemade preserves are at the heart of what is offered. Most dietary requirements can be catered for, so please ask when booking.
There are several local country pubs nearby and The Royal Oak in Cardington, is just half a mile away. Church Stretton, Much Wenlock and Ludlow all offer a selection of different restaurants and dining options.