North Farm Bed & Breakfast is set in some of Shropshire's unspoilt countryside, at Eaton Mascott. This peaceful and tranquil accommodation is only 5 miles from Shrewsbury and very close to Ironbridge, Much Wenlock and Church Stretton.
We have three bedrooms at North Farm, The Shrubbery which is a king-size en suite room, The Owls Rest which is a twin en suite and The Box Room which has its own landing to its own private bathroom.
All our rooms have:
Pretty china hospitality tray with fresh milk with a selection of herbal teas, normal tea, coffee and bottled water.
Complimentary soaps, shower gel, shower caps and needle cases are always on hand.
A local information pack including recommendations of places to eat and visit is also to hand.
Our beds are made up using a mixture of vintage linen and Egyptian cotton, feather pillows and bolsters, and some non-allergy pillows. Although duvets are used as a rule we can make up beds with sheets and blankets on request.
A sitting room is for guests to relax and enjoy the view of the wonderful Shropshire landscape before them. Breakfast is served on Portmeirion china and a variety of fresh fruit and cereals is served followed by a full English breakfast with homemade marmalade/jams and pots of tea and coffee.
Visiting Shrewsbury is a must, but there are also many other places to visit and things to see and do during your stay with us. The area has an array of places to eat, attractions to visit and many historic market towns. On those days where you donít fancy leaving the B&B, you are welcome to sit in our large garden. Bring a bottle of wine and soak up the views while spotting the wildlife on our doorstep. Swallows and house martins are in abundance in the summer months, together with sparrows, hawks and buzzards.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: From £60 per person per night based on single occupancy.
From £90 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Sorry, no pets.
Children are welcome.
Wi-Fi internet access.
Off street parking.
4 Star Shropshire Tourism.