Greystones Bed & Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast in Crickheath, Shropshire

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Greystones Bed & Breakfast, Crickheath

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Set in the tiny village of Crickheath near Oswestry and only a stones throw from Wales is the border hideaway retreat of Greystones. We are the only AA Five Gold Star Highly Commended B&B in the greater Oswestry area and we have been awarded the coveted AA Dinner and Breakfast Awards. We are one of the few fully licensed B&B's in the whole of Shropshire.

Each suite has either its own living room or its own sitting area all with luxury en suite facilities. We are in a very quiet and private location, ideal for a relaxing stay and yet only two minutes from the main road. We are in the midst of some of the most spectacular countryside in England and Wales.
Why not base yourself with us and explore? Whatever your interests, walking, canals, railways, gardens, castles, mountains, lakes, golf or shopping, it's all close by.

Relax and do nothing, relax and do lots. It's up to you. Sit in the garden in summer or by the fire in the winter.

We are here to provide you with a memorable, relaxing and pampered experience with excellent food in a quiet and peaceful haven. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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From: £90.00

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