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With individually styled rooms, this impressive Georgian house is set within 3.5 acres of grounds on the edge of the town of Wem. There was a real historical charm and feel to the property and the room. The bed was lovely and comfortable, staff was very pleasant and the breakfast was really good too. Wish we could stay longer.
Nestled in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, Hawkstone Park is surrounded by 400 acres of beautiful scenery, including the unique 18th-century Follies. The Christmas decorations and the dining area and staff were all very lovely. The staff very polite and welcoming. Nothing was too much trouble.
With garden views, Soulton Hall is set in Wem and has a restaurant, room service, bar, garden and terrace. The country house features both WiFi and private parking free of charge. Very comfortable bed with beautiful linen and comfy pillows. The evening meals were well presented, delicious and with very good quality ingredients. The wine list was good and we were delighted with the English white that we tried. The staff were very friendly and the owners very informative and interesting about this historic property. We had the cedar family suite which is not in the hall itself and gave us a two bedroom, self contained unit with a good shower. Although not an historic building it gave us our own sitting out area and lawns. It was quiet and suited our requirements perfectly - somewhere I would recommend to families or friends perhaps who are walking and cycling in the area so might infact prefer this more casual accommodation.
We ate at The Castle Pub, excellent reasonably priced food. Live music enjoyed. We had food from a fish & chip shop, but lots of other take aways available. Close to lots of things to do, gardens, lakes, marina, walking routes.
Old Rectory Hotel in a lovely location, nice gardens and quiet.Wem has a choice of restaurants,shops and one supermarket.Narrow through road for coaches and lorries in village.From Wem you can easily travel to other places of interest in Shropshire.Beautiful countryside around Wem.
The town of Wem has definitely seen better days - a long time ago !!!!! It has a depressingly run-down appearance, but in fairness to the surrounding district there are interesting places not too far away.
A small town trying to win the battle to not go into decline against the multinational supermarket chains. It has changed so much over the last 50 years and I feel it has lost this battle. It seems to have become a commuter/retirement town for Shrewsbury and other larger towns nearby.
We stayed just outside of Wem, but popped in to use the pubs for eating, and the coffee shops. There is a coffee shop next to the Co-op and the cake is to die for, sorry I could not remember the name.
Walk the hill at Clive - the view is breathtaking. Catch the train to Shrewsburyand walk along the riverside or train to Whitchurch and go to the top of the church tower, again the view is breathtaking.
There was a real historical charm and feel to the property and the room. The bed was lovely and comfortable, staff was very pleasant and the breakfast was really good too. Wish we could stay longer.
The Christmas decorations and the dining area and staff were all very lovely. The staff very polite and welcoming. Nothing was too much trouble.
Everything: Rebecca was really helpful. Comfortable rooms with great views in a fantastic location in the countryside