Ye Olde Boote Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Castle Street
SY11 4DF

Ye Olde Boote Inn, Whittington

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Accommodation Description:

The Boote is a small family run traditional inn. All room rates are inclusive of a traditional English breakfast which will set you up for exploring the market towns of Chester Shrewsbury and Oswestry which are easily accessed from this central location. Oswestry is only 5 minute s away by car.

We are also the closest quality accommodation to the Orthopedic hospital at Gobowen. Ye Olde Boote Inn Whittington Oswestry dates from the 16th century providing a coaching house for visitors to Whittington Castle and a stop over for their journey into Wales. Today our charming Inn enjoys magnificent views of Whittington Castle and Moat from it s six en-suite letting bedrooms.

Soak up the charm of Whittington whilst sampling our real cask ales home cooked lunches and evening meals and traditional Inn atmosphere.

 3 star rating

From: £75.00

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