Church Farm Bed And Breakfast

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Church Farm Hall Lane Kemberton
Kemberton
Shropshire
England
TF11 9LQ

Church Farm Bed And Breakfast, Kemberton

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Owners Chris & Allison offer a very warm welcome to Church Farm B&B in Shropshire. Church Farm B&B near Ironbridge is a 17th century farmhouse bed and breakfast on the edge of the peaceful village of Kemberton in Shropshire. Just 10 minutes drive to the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site and a 3 minute walk to the local village pub The Mason's Arms.

All three of the large en-suite bedrooms at this Shropshire bed and breakfast have views over the surrounding gardens and countryside. Guests can enjoy a traditional home cooked breakfast including eggs from free range hens. Surrounded by large gardens with fantastic herbaceous borders and trees the garden at Church Farm B&B has been lovingly planted to provide all year round interest a good place to relax in the sun.

A gate from the garden leads directly to Kemberton churchyard (St Andrew & St John). The farmhouse itself has plenty of character and guests at have full use of the sitting room with beams log burner antique furniture and views over the garden. And there are real characters for you to meet too including the free range hens two friendly dogs and ponies grazing in the paddock.

There is plenty of free parking so you can relax and feel at home from the moment you arrive. Whether you are staying for business or pleasure Chris and Allison look forward to welcoming you to their Shropshire farmhouse B&B very soon.

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From: £85.00


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