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Newest reviews for Church Farm Guest House

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    2 September 2014

    Nice lounge and breakfast room, good looking well presented bedrooms. Excellent breakfasts!

    Private bathroom down a flight of stairs, Wifi not working, Twin beds not side by side as requested.

    7.5

  • Susan
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    Beautiful room, lovely location and would definitely return

    10

  • Anna
      United Kingdom
    29 July 2014

    The owners had thought of everything. Robes on the door, fruit tea, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, biscuits in the room. Toiletries in the bathroom. (I recently stayed in a 'good' hotel that had none of these niceties) Comfortable beds. Lovely selection at breakfast and locally sourced products. Owner very helpful.

    Couldn't fault it.

    9.6

  • Geoff
      Australia
    22 July 2014

    Well located for travelling through Shropshire if you prefer to get away from crowds at night. The next town (~1 mile) offers a good pub dinner.

    It's in a very small village, so you have to drive elsewhere for dinner. The triple room was a little small, especially the bathroom, and wasn't up to the standard of cleanliness of other places we have stayed on this visit to the UK.

    6.7

  • Alistair
      Saudi Arabia
    22 July 2014

    Breakfast excellent

    9.2

  • Alan
      United Kingdom
    21 July 2014

    Whole experience

    10

  • Gary
      United Kingdom
    19 June 2014

    The peaceful location and homely feel to the accommodation was superb. I also liked the extra little touches which made me feel very welcome (proper fresh milk in the room for hot drinks and a few extra toiletries to use in case something was forgotten). The bed & linen was also exceptionally comfortable for B&B accommodation.

    There was nothing that I didn't like.

    9.6

  • John
      United Kingdom
    27 May 2014

    Uniquely good food and accommodation combined with owner's personal commitment and service.

    10

  • Lynne
      United Kingdom
    27 April 2014

    location, adequate breakfast, dog Basil was the star.

    staff polite but 'cold' we arrived late due to unforeseen circumstances. Restaurant wasn't on site as expected and had to drive 10/15 minutes to eat. New venture by owners (gastro-pub), food reasonable and well priced. Excellent staff at pub.

    6.7

  • Kevin
      United Kingdom
    22 April 2014

    Mel and the team were immediately very friendly and welcoming. A beautiful building in a beautiful area. I will recommend to friends and family.

    The fact that due to the nature of our visit we didn't get enough time in the house and area.

    10

  • Sarah
      United Kingdom
    13 April 2014

    Beautiful house in a lovely village. Great location. Excellent breakfasts! Loved the dog Basil!

    Can't think of anything.

    10

  • Cherelyn
      United Kingdom
    25 March 2014

    Mel was extremely helpful and generous. We were warmly welcomed and I felt like part of an extended family during my short stay. The little details in the rooms were also very impressive like the Crabtree and Evelyn products the tea point with tea and biscuits in each room. Their dog Basil was also such lovely company and the gardens are quite beautiful. I would definitely recommend Church Farm as a perfect getaway.

    9.6

  • Wieland
      United Kingdom
    14 March 2014

    Quiet place to stay. Kind and helpful hosts - especially Mel - able to go the extra mile to make me comfortable. Supper is available if you need it. Breakfast was first class. Nice log fire in breakfast room. five star B+B - highly recommended

    Having to leave and stay somewhere else that is not as good!

    10

  • Daniel
      United Kingdom
    25 February 2014

    There is literally nothing to not like about this place! Friendly, clean, and a fantastic breakfast! Would recommend!

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    6 February 2014

    Very friendly, made to feel 'at home' as soon as we arrived. Loved the dog, i have a genuine fear of dogs and he may well have helped me overcome that fear, he was a darling! great breakfast, super sausages and bacon

    10

  • Nick
      United Kingdom
    21 January 2014

    Excellent service, with a superb breakfast in interesting surroundings.

    7.9

  • Shirley
      United Kingdom
    8 December 2013

    We arrived to a warm welcome on a cold December afternoon, after a family funeral. We immediately felt more like being at home than in a hotel. The owners are friendly, the accommodation in a gorgeous Georgian farmhouse is clean, spacious, comfortable and sympathetically decorated. We enjoyed being able to sit on big squashy sofas in the lounge in the evening with coffee, to chat and wind down after a rather emotional day- just like being at home. The view of the illuminated church from our bedroom window was spectacular- like son et lumiere without the son! Breakfast was taken by a roaring log fire and the varied breakfast menu catered for those with small appetites, up to those with enormous appetites, like my son and son-in-law. Really delicious. The star of the house is Basil, the Staffie. A more friendly and entertaining dog I've yet to meet. If you're tired of impersonal 'chain' hotels and are looking for something with character and where you are treated with real friendliness, you can't go wrong here.

    We loved the whole experience

    10

  • Jim
      United Kingdom
    6 November 2013

    Friendly welcome, nice room, quiet as promised, top breakfast and a lovely dog (Basil) our daughter wanted to adopt. The common room was nice and cozy and I read in their for hours after the girls went to sleep.

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    25 September 2013

    informality, Basil, welcome

    kitchen smell

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    16 September 2013

    Staff very friendly and helpful. Room was very comfortable and very clean. Would definately stay there again

    9.6

  • John
      United Kingdom
    6 September 2013

    Beautiful surroundings Delicious food Made to feel at home Welcoming owners Basil the dog!

    10

  • Doug
      Australia
    5 September 2013

    We cannot praise this guest house and its great owners Mel and Brian, their lovely family...including their entertaining resident pooch Basil, enough. This heritage accommodation is quiet, spacious, comfortable and tastefully decorated. Excellent quality tea, coffee, biscuits and water is supplied in the room and the gourmet breakfast was delicious. What we will be eternally grateful for was their support (wine and cups of tea), while we were stressed out trying to locate our lost teenage son in France. Also, when our credit card was declined (due to it having been 'ripped off' a couple of days previously), they helped us sort things out with our bank in Australia, printed off documents etc. for us. It has been our best experience during our 7 months of traveling. It is located in a small village close to Shrewsbury, great for exploring the Iron Bridge etc

    Everything was great

    10

  • Shirley
      United Kingdom
    28 August 2013

    This is a beautiful old Georgian farmhouse by the church. Very quiet and peaceful. Mel is friendly and helpful (printed out directions for us to drive to Blists Hill). Basil (dog) says hello to everyone! Wonderful food! Very good atmosphere.

    10

  • Joanna
      United Kingdom
    19 August 2013

    Felt very much home from home. With a young child theowners bent over backwards to cater for our needs Very relaxing being able to use the garden.

    9.6

  • Naomi
      United Kingdom
    12 August 2013

    friendly welcome, good choice of breakfasts, nice room.

    nothing to dislike

    9.6

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