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Tybroughton Hall - Bed & Breakfast in Shropshire

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Tybroughton, Whitchurch, SY13 3BB, Shropshire
England, United Kingdom

After hiking in Shropshire, Wales or Cheshire, unwind in cosy rooms in a pretty farmhouse. Hens, pigs and bees provide delicious meals

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Off a winding country lane, surrounded by 40 acres of grassland, find a pretty white listed farmhouse and a wonderful welcome from Daisy, her family and two dear dogs. Step into the hallway with its polished antique table and bright garden flowers and you know you’ve made the right choice: this is a house to unwind in. After a day’s hiking or biking, bliss to return to bedrooms cosy and comfortable – the traditional double with its country view or the large lovely twin. Breakfasts are worth getting up for: Tim makes the preserves, bees make the honey, hens lay the eggs and the pigs (five beauties!) provide the bacon.

Features
Children welcome
Kids of all ages can stay.
WiFi
Wireless internet access available.
Public transport
Within 10 miles of a bus/train station.
Owner has pets
Animals living on the property.
Bikes available
On the premises to hire or borrow.
Guest feedback
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"Very comfortable and well appointed with charming and delightful hosts. Of all your many places this is is up with the very best, could not recommend more highly"
July 2028
"Very comfortable, welcoming and relaxing. The owner made us feel like house guests rather than paying guests. An excellent room with a long, deep & relaxing bath. Hearty breakfasts with tasty home produced sausages. Recommended in every way."
December 2013
"A very welcoming comfortable and well kept place. Spacious and light. Good food. A most enjoyable stay."
October 2013
"Daisy was very friendly and helpful with ideas about local places. Nice, relaxed atmosphere. Deep in the Welsh/English countryside -ideal for quiet short stay but near to churches/castles etc. "
October 2013
"Buried in the silent Welsh countryside (but within reach of the English border), Tybroughton Hall feels a bit like an old country vicarage which has been taken into care by the army. Very comfortable and welcoming, it (almost) made us wish we still lived in the country. Daisy Woodhead cooked us an excellent plum crunble, which - possibly to her disappointment - we finished to the last scrape. Unreservedly recommended."
September 2013
"This was our first time staying in someones house. We normally visit hotels. So it was with some trepedation that we went to stay at Tybroughton Hall. We should not have been concerned we had a wonderful short break.Daisy was a wonderful host and made us feel at home from the moment we arrived. Nothing was too much trouble and sitting quitly in front of a roaring log fire in the evening was just what was needed after a days walk (recomended by our host). We look foward to returning and exploring some more of the countryside Food and service first class and better than any 5 star hotel "
November 2012
"An excellent place to stay for myself and my son (12) for a lads weekend away at Car Fest North. Daisy made us feel at home straight away and we had an extremely comfortable weekend with Tybroughton Hall as our base. We hope to make it to Car Fest North 2013 and look forward to staying here again. Highly recommended."
September 2012
"What a retreat. Daisy is charming, efficient and is very chilled out. The rooms are delightful, bright, spacious, very clean, comfortable and very homely. Bathrooms/shower rooms beautiful and stylish.We were all made to feel terribly welcome. Breakfasts are amazing and tailored to both adults and children. A beautiful house, tastefully and comfortably decorated, my only criticism is that our stay was too short! A fantastic part of the UK, great base for travelling into North Wales and exploring Cheshire and Shropshire. "
September 2012
"You know those B&Bs where the loudest sound at breakfast is the ticking of the dark mahogany clock and the little old lady opposite takes half an hour to pluck up the courage to ask you to pass the sugar? Well, Tybroughton is the exact opposite - homely, welcoming and chatty - more like staying with friends. Effortlessly stylish décor, bacon so crisp it shatters on the plate without a hint of oozing water, honey deeply flavoured without being tooth-twanglingly sweet. The setting is supremely restful, in swallow-swooping meadows looking westward to the Clywdian hills. Go. Go now."
August 2012
"My husband and I stayed at Tybroughton Hall this past weekend - what a gem. It was a real pleasure to stay at such a warm, welcoming and beautiful house. The service was wonderful throughout, a delicious cooked breakfast too. Hosts Daisy and Tim were so kind and accommodating, printing maps for the wedding venue we attended on the Saturday and leaving snacks in the room for our arrival after our journey from London. Our room was lovely, large, beautiful interiors, big bed, a fab shower and huge cozy white towels. I wish we could have stayed longer. A real hit and highly recommended. Its a stunning spot too. Thank you!"
May 2012
"I stayed at Tybroughton Hall recently whilst in the area for a wedding. Daisy and Tim were very welcoming and helpful hosts, with a fantastic (and much needed) full English breakfast in the morning. I would highly recommend a stay here - lovely people in a lovely part of the world. Tim"
April 2012
"After a hard day’s cycling we received a warm welcome from Daisy and Tim, along with a much-appreciated pot of tea and homemade muffins. We immediately felt at home in the relaxed atmosphere. The rooms have been tastefully decorated and the shower is one you’ll find hard to leave! Both the 4-course evening meal and breakfast were delicious. All-in-all, one of the best B&Bs we’ve stayed in."
April 2012
"Fabulous,perfect B & B. Lovely evening meal as well."
October 2011

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Booking enquiries: Daisy Woodhead www.tybroughtonhall-bedandb...
+44 (0)1948 780726 (landline)
+44 (0)7850 395885(mobile)

Accommodation:
  • 1 Double
  • 1 Twin
Price:(i) £80 to£100 per night

Singles £50-£65.


Booking info:

Meals:(i)

Dinner £20-£25. Pub 4 miles.

Closed:

Rarely.

Address:

Tybroughton, Whitchurch, SY13 3BB, Shropshire

Accommodation:(i)
B&B 1 Double room
Price: (i) £ 80 to £ 100 per night
B&B 1 Twin room
Details
Separate bath.
Price: (i) £ 80 to £ 100 per night
Booking enquiries: Daisy Woodhead www.tybroughtonhall-bedandb...
+44 (0)1948 780726 (landline)
+44 (0)7850 395885(mobile)