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Yew Tree Farm, Much Wenlock, Shropshire

Yew Tree Farm
Longville in the Dale
Much Wenlock
Shropshire

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Yew Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast is set in stunning countryside in the Ape Dale, between Much Wenlock and Church Stretton where Anthony and Jane Hilbery rear sheep and a few rare breed pigs. There are also chickens who will provide your breakfast eggs.

The World Heritage Site of Ironbridge is nearby, as is the beautiful town of Ludlow with its renowned restaurants and castle. Many events, from the annual arts festival to regular antiques and farmers markets, are held there throughout the year. For hikers, the Long Mynd is easily accessible and there is a host of other splendid walks, ranging from a gentle stroll to serious hill walking.

The house is secluded and surrounded by open gardens, framed by two conjoining streams. Guests are welcome to wander, visit the animals and sit out on the sheltered patio.

The guest bedrooms, while part of the main house, are separate and have their own entrance. We welcome well behaved dogs, but please keep them on a lead for sheep's sake. We have loose boxes and turnout for horses, and dogs can sleep in the Aga-warmed kitchen.

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 1 + 1 private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: 35 - Single occupancy 45
Twin: 30 - Single occupancy 40
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Garden

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