The Castle Hotel proudly sits in Bishops Castle atop the old Bishop's Castle Hill which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The 300-year-old Coaching Inn boasts breathtaking views of the pure, ancient countryside where all dogs, walkers and cyclists are welcome. The Castle Top gardens are some of the best in the land.
What makes a stay at The Castle Hotel unique?
The Castle Hotel is famous for its casual, relaxed & unfussy atmosphere. Serving some of the finest locally brewed real ales in the land. Bishops Castle boasts two breweries itself. Dine in any one of the characterful bar areas or the oak-panelled dining room, serving a modern British menu with many ingredients sourced from the local land. The Castle Hotel hilltop gardens are the perfect place to sit and watch red kites soar above, or if the weather dictates then sit inside next to one of the many roaring open fires. Bishops Castle is located right on the English-Welsh border and offers fantastic access to the Welsh mountains as well as many historic National Trust properties.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Castle Hotel?
The Castle Hotel has 13 delightful en-suite bedrooms. All are suffused with the relaxing get-away from it all feel. Most have fantastic views out over the Shropshire Hills out towards the Welsh Marches and beyond. All the bedrooms have en-suite with most having both bath and showers. Double, Twin, Family & Single rooms are available as well as Master & Luxury Suites. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. Dogs Welcome.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bishop's Castle area?
Bishops Castle has so much that one can do. Famous Walking trails that pass through the town include The Kerry Ridgeway, The Shropshire Way, Offa's Dyke as well as access to The Long Mynd, Carding Mill Valley, The Stiper Stones and the Welsh Hills. Visit any number of local castles & National Trust properties including Powis Castle, Stokesay Castle, Clun Castle, Ludlow Castle & Attingham Park. Or visit some of Shropshire's fantastic historic market towns such as Ludlow, Much Wenlock, Montgomery or Shrewsbury. Tours of The Three Tuns Brewery located opposite the square are available, as well as casual vibrant pubs all serving locally hilltop real ales.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Castle Hotel offers unfussy locally sourced British gastro food served with care and attention without any pretentiousness. Shropshire has some of the fantastic food suppliers in the land. Eat in either of the three characterful bar areas where you can dine with your dog or choose the oak-panelled dining room for a slightly more formal feel. The same menu is served throughout.