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Boraston Lane, Tenbury Wells, Tenbury, WR15 8HA, United Kingdom – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
12:30 PM - 9:30 PM
7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Located in a listed building in a pleasant area of Shropshire, The Town House offers bed and breakfast accommodation. Free WiFi is accessible throughout.
Score from 35 reviews Excellent
Around 5 miles from Ludlow Castle and the town centre, The Salwey Arms offers luxurious rooms and high-quality dining.
Score from 100 reviews Excellent
Tall, square, solid and stylish, Dinham Hall is the epitome of a grand late-18th century family home located across from the medieval castle.
Score from 224 reviews Very good
A short walk from Ludlow town centre, The Charlton Arms provides attractive rooms and fine dining on the Ludford Bridge. This Shropshire pub is just 10 minutes’ walk from the medieval Ludlow Castle.
Score from 195 reviews Very good
Everything was fantastic. Real attention to detail. Old, characterful room, with modern shower room which would put many 5 * hotels to shame. Huge bath towels. Fresh milk in a flask in the room. Superb breakfast with butter in a proper dish, and home made preserves which were so good we bought some to take home. Not a plastic pot in sight. Excellent in every way.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We were made to feel so welcome by the owners and staff. The meals were also excellent and well prepared. We shall certainly go back there again.
Good rooms. Comfortable public areas.
Position- main road at front, industrial dross to other three sides. Unimaginative menu.
Excellent food.....especially one dessert which will be long remembered. Very helpful and friendly staff / owners. All food home prepared. We stayed several days and never ran out of delicious choices.
Almost nothing. Our room was a bit small and low, but we were offered an option. A little more drawer and storage space would have been nice. Stairs are steep and narrow...no lift...but help willingly offered.
The staff were so helpful and friendly. As a coeliac my dietary needs were exceptionally well met. The food menu was well chosen and imaginative. Ambiance overall was that of a friendly well run local where the owners try hard to please their clients. The pub has a welcoming feel and the original features are all truly to be appreciated even to the extent of the undulating floor in our bedroom !
It was such a shame that the original location of the pub as a coaching main road inn,had been devastated by the building of several massive commercial warehouses, offices and factory practically surrounding the grounds of the pub. However once inside there was absolutely no suggestion of the activities outside even at night in the bar and bedroom we had that was actually nearest to the access road to the site.
a large comfy room,excellent bathroom,and really good breakfast.
outside was spoiled a bit by industrial buildings behind,but did not spoil the overall stay.
Friendly and very helpful staff. Room clean and warm. Fantastic quality food and convivial bar area. Accessability to Tenbury and attractions further afield is good. Nice views from front of pub.
The pub setting, on arrival, is a bit of a shock surrounded on three sides by a factory. This turns to annoyance when you realise you've 'been had' thanks to sympathetic photo editing. Lesson : Google Earth next time. Car park is bisected by access to a factory gate which gives all the tarmac the feel of a dusty truckstop. Great shame about these two niggles nevertheless would still go back because of all the positives.
Booked two rooms and the one we stayed in was really great with a modern bathroom. The owner and his wife were personable and approachable with ideas and comments. The food was terrific!
The Inn, while beautiful, is located next to a factory so the view on one side is spoiled, however; I find this happens a lot in England with very, very old places. We booked two rooms. The one we stayed in was beautiful and roomy. The one the other couple stayed in was cramped to say the least. I think they had 3 rooms so be careful.
The food was excellent, breakfast took a long time to arrive, but was worth waiting for.
The bed was the most uncomfortable bed that we have ever slept in. Factory noise - the Rose and Crown is surrounded on three sides by a factory which seems to be in production 24/7. There was air-conditioning in the room, but it was very noisy, so all in all we had very little sleep.
High quality touches in room, fantastic quality food, good facilities.
Compact yet very well decorated and provided with a beautiful bathroom and lots of extras. Triple glazing kept any noise out. Excellent breakfast and so much care taken to meet our dietary needs.
The setting with factories close by: not as I had anticipated.
Friendly, warm and welcoming, proper old country pub, with great rooms. Nice large shower in ensuite facilities, and the breakfast was fantastic. Food all locally sourced, and a very nice range of beers in the bar. Would happily stay again when visiting the area.
An old world pub with old world charm. Chris and Sarah were lovely hosts. The food was excellent, all local produce, so fresh and tasty. Yes it is next to a factory, a jam factory, so the smell was divine. It closes in the afternoon so there is now noise at nights we had a very pleasant sleep. Ten bury town is 1/4 mile away. Lovely to walk around
clean , very modern rooms , breakfast fantastic, plenty of choice for evening meals,proprietors and staff brilliant
little noisy in room as bar directly below, nothing really to moan about
Very nice country pub - small and friendly. Excellent food. The local honey and the chef's homemade jam and marmalade provided at breakfast was a really nice touch and the source of the food was given on the menu - all local. Everything has been thought of regarding the accommodation - very well equipped room which included a tray of essentials in the bathroom too. Again it was nice to have homemade biscuits provided along with fresh milk for tea and coffee. Everything was of a high standard and the owners and staff were very attentive and helpful. I would highly recommend the Rose & Crown.
Rooms well equipped Very clean Fantastic breakfast Helpful staff
Very modern rooms in an old but amazing pub. Very comfortable with extra large thick towels. Wish we could of had dinner at the pub but we were too busy exploring the area of Tenbury and Ludlow. Would definitely stay there again. Slept with window open and did not have heavy traffic. So busy all day and slept through any truck traffic.
Rooms are excellent, newly fitted out whilst retaining old world charm of the building. Food is all cooked from scratch with loving care. The bar is very friend and beer prices are a breath of fresh air for a Londoner Like me.
The property is on a busy road and has a large factory next door, alittle unsightly. You may wish to bring ear plugs with you. To be fair the night I stayed the local farmers were rushing to get the harvest in before a big storm so worked around the clock which may have caused the road to be noisy.
Very friendly welcome, lots of information given. Room was very spacious and well stocked. Triple glazed windows to keep out any noise. Lovely dining area. Big breakfast.
Extra large towels, fresh milk, large shower, biscuits.
Hospitality was excellent Room was super clean & comfortable Meals were delicious Breakfast was amazing!
Food was excellent, staff were very pleasant and it was a friendly well run pub.
As we were only here for a night passing through we could laugh about the location but in truth the photograph is very misleading as it is bound on three sides by a lorry park and factory and the third side a busy main road. However, it seemed very popular and everyone seemed to be in on the "don't mention the factory/road!"
Everything was really good from the warm welcome by the owners to the food and comfortable clean rooms. Thank you.
The room was spacious and comfortable - great attention to detail, e.g. fresh milk provided in the room for tea and coffee and free wi-fi. The bar and sitting area are comfortable and welcoming. The food is excellent - great menu imaginatively served. Good to have individually cooked breakfast. The staff are friendly and welcoming.
A small dairy processing plant near by, which could be noisy at times but did not disturb us in any way. Location on main road junction.
Next to a factory with noise during the night. Busy heavy vehicle traffic.
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