Church Farm Guest House

Historic Farmhouse in Wrockwardine, West Midlands

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West Midlands

Church Farm Guest House, Wrockwardine

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Accommodation Description:

Stunning Georgian farmhouse, renovated as recently as March 2008 with fabulous views over Wrockwardine and the Wrekin. Rooms offer FreeviewDVD televisions and tea and coffee facilities, as well as use of a spacious guest lounge and breakfast room overlooking the gardens. We also own The Plough Inn, 1 mile away and offer dinner, bed and breakfast options.

 4 star rating

From: £60.00

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