Sambrook Manor B&B
B&B in Newport, Shropshire
Sambrook Manor is situated on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border in the heart of England & amongst some of the most beautiful countryside around.
Situated on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border between Newport & Market Drayton, Sambrook Manor lies amongst some of the most beautiful countryside around. Our attractive farmhouse dates back to 1806 and has large comfortable clean rooms all ensuite or with private bathroom, fluffy towels, televisions, hairdryers, clock radios and tea trays.
Breakfast is served at individual tables in the conservatory over looking the fantastic views our menu offers a good choice using locally produced food. We consider our selves very lucky to be just a stones throw away from many famous attractions such as the Ironbridge, The Severn Valley Railway, Alton Towers, the Potteries and Hawkstone Park and Follies to name just a few. We are also close to many small market towns with historic buildings and individual shops. If you prefer a quiet relaxing break then please feel free to make use of the visitor's sitting room or conservatory or relax outside in the beautifully landscaped garden over looking the grassy fields where the farms sheep & beef cattle graze. For the more energetic take a walk across the areas many footpaths or go for a bike ride around the lovely Shropshire country lanes. Fishing and golf are both available locally.
Sambrook Manor is ideally located for Harper Adams Agricultural College, Lilleshall National sports centre, Goldstone Hall, Newport & Market Drayton and has good access to the M6 and M54 motorways. Sambrook is a stunning little village with a church, picturesque ponds and a fine local pub serving good home cooked food and proper chips! Other excellent pubs and restaurants are within a 5 minute drive.
For anyone with a love of wildlife the farm is included in a national countryside stewardship scheme, which helps farmers to sustain the beauty and diversity of the landscape by conserving historic features & creating & improving wildlife habitats. Sambrook Manor has a variety of habitats on the farm which include reed beds, hedges, riverbanks, and open fields which attract a good selection of wildlife. Recent recordings have shown that Snipe, Skylarks, Yellow Hammers, Lapwings and Tree Sparrows are all present on the farm many of which have suffered vast decreases of numbers of the past forty years, whilst eating breakfast you can often see a heron along the riverbank, and an otter may also make a rare appearance.
What ever takes your fancy there is something for everyone near to Sambrook Manor. The Manor farmhouse is the focal point of the mixed farm, which has been in the Mitchell family for three generations.
£40 per person per night
Stays of 3 nights or more £35 per person
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Double en suite||£70.00 - £80.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||1||2|
|Twin with Private Bathroom||£70.00 - £80.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||1||2|
|Family en suite||£70.00 - £80.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||1||3|
From Shrewsbury follow the A5 towards Telford, continue on to the M54. At Junction 5 come off on to the A5 to Cannock. Turn left on a roundabout on to the A41 to Newport. Travel through Newport, pass Forton. Turn right to Sambrook, finish at Sambrook Manor.
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