Court Farm Bed & Breakfast
Lying only half a mile from the picturesque village of Cardington, and within seven miles of Church Stretton and Much Wenlock, Court Farm provides the perfect base from which to discover everything Shropshire and its Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has to offer. Nestled in the heart of the breath-taking Shropshire Hills and Wenlock Edge, our traditional farmhouse bed and breakfast offers comfort and relaxation within the rolling farmland that makes up our working mixed farm.
Ideal for walkers and cyclists, and a haven for anyone wishing to experience a snapshot of life in rural Shropshire. Explore the surrounding countryside, make the most of the many local walks and enjoy the abundance of wildlife, safe in the knowledge that a warm welcome, exclusive use of the front of the farmhouse and a cosy and tranquil setting await you on your return.
Each of the two individual rooms we offer have been tastefully decorated, comprising a considered mix of traditional features along with ultra-modern facilities. Both the king-size and twin rooms overlook our cobbled courtyard and beautiful country garden and provide a spacious and comfortable base for your stay in the countryside.
Breakfast is served in our elegant dining room between 8am – 9.30am every morning. Enjoy an Aga-cooked breakfast of your choice using eggs from our free-range hens and locally produced sausages and bacon. As a lighter alternative to our cooked breakfast, or simply as a first course, choose compote with natural yogurt, alongside the variety of cereals and granola also available. We offer a wide choice to suit different tastes and special gluten and/or dairy free and vegetarian options. We are happy to cater for most dietary requirements by request, so please let us know what you need at the time of booking.
Double room (1 x kingsize bed) £90 per night
Twin room (2 x single beds) £80 per night
Single occupancy £60 per night
Shropshire SY6 7HU
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This page was last updated: 08 August 2020