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Sara and Phil welcome you to their rambling 19th century farmhouse B&B and holiday cottages in Newport, Shropshire, a blissful retreat in glorious countryside set within a working farm. We have four spacious and comfortable B&B rooms beautifully appointed and decorated in a contemporary style.
VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2015 Bronze Winner. A Quintessentially English Guest House offering bed and breakfast accommodation on the outskirts of Telford and also close to Ironbridge, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury and Much Wenlock.
The University of Wolverhampton is centrally located in the Midlands. There are modern conference facilities from 1:1 interview rooms and boardrooms, through to 300 capacity conference and break-out rooms with single en-suite accommodation available throughout the whole year.
Church Farm B&B, near Ironbridge, is a 17th century farmhouse B&B peacefully set in its own beautiful gardens and land on the edge of the small village of Kemberton in Shropshire, just 10 minutes drive from Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
The Old Coalport Station is one of England's most romantic secrets in a beautiful, peaceful, rural setting and within the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, overlooking the River Severn. Why not stay in one of our remarkably restored railway carriages? Coalport Station Holidays - your ticket to an extraordinary experience!
44 Ensuite bedrooms including 4 poster and queen size beds. 2 Rosette awarded restaurant. Function room. Licensed for civil ceremonies .Traditional bars. Free parking and within walking distance of Ironbridge Gorge museums.
Sara and Phil welcome you to their three charming Shropshire self catering holiday cottages in Newport, beautifully appointed and decorated in a contemporary style. A blissful retreat in glorious countryside set within a working farm.
Ironbridge Holiday Cottages are a pair of beautifully restored, self-catering cottages, dating back to 1650, the time of the English Civil War, and are amongst the oldest buildings in the historical Ironbridge Gorge, right in the heart of Shropshire.