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Chatford House

Bed & Breakfast

Traditional Country Farmhouse in the heart of Shropshire

Chatford house Bed and breakfast longmynd shrewsbury

Chatford House Bed and Breakfast is a great base for a break to suit all tastes...

For those who want the great outdoors, you couldn’t be better placed, within walking distance of Lyth Hill, from the top of which you can admire the panoramic views, stretching form the North Shropshire plain to the impressive South Shropshire Hills: the Wrekin, Lawley, Caradoc, Long Mynd, The Devil’s Chair and Pontesford Hill. The Shropshire Way passes over Lyth Hill and walkers and cyclists find our home a useful resting place.

If you prefer horse riding then Berriewood Riding Stables is just five minutes drive away.

If golfing is more your ‘bag’ then Shrewsbury Golf Club is less than a mile away.

For those who enjoy gardening, we are lucky to have two large garden centres close by; Dobbies and ‘original’ TV Gardener Percy Thrower’s.

The medieval market town and birthplace of Charles Darwin, Shrewsbury is only five miles away, with a wealth of amenities to suit all, it boasts excellent shopping, restaurants, traditional coffee shops, cinemas, riverboat trips and a plethora of beautiful architecture dating predominantly from the Tudor and Regency periods although the origins of the town date back to the 5th century.

Other attractions include; Shrewsbury Castle, The Shrewsbury Flower Show in August and open air concerts, held in the Quarry, a park which is a beautiful setting around which the meandering River Severn flows. The Music Hall & Theatre Severn have a full schedule of national and local productions / bands / comedians etc.

Just outside of Shrewsbury are Attingham Park and Hawkstone Park with their stunning landscapes.

If you yearn for ‘the good old days’ then Blists Hill Museum (a living recreation of a Victorian town), near Ironbridge or Acton Scott working farm museum could be the place for you; .

For the historians among you there is the Roman city of Wroxeter, (Viroconium) the 4th largest Roman town in Britain.

Of course if you wish to venture further a field there is also the South Shropshire towns of Ludlow, Bridgnorth, Much Wenlock and Church Stretton and taking the shuttle service which passes over the Long Mynd is another pleasant way to spend an afternoon and enjoy a picnic.

Some local places to eat:

Red Lion - at Longden Common Lane

The White Horse at Pulverbatch

The Fox Inn at Ryton

The Bridge Inn at Dorrington

The Old Hall - Persian Resturant in Dorrington

The Pound at Leebotwood

Zenna's - Chinese restaurant at Pontesbury

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