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Moreton Hall Farm B&B
Newport
Shropshire

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Moreton Hall Farm is a 19th century farmhouse set in the beautiful Shropshire and Staffordshire borders. The farmhouse is typical of its period and features exposed beams, original sash windows, inglenook fireplaces and is enhanced with antiques and period décor throughout. Surrounded by quiet countryside, our home is set in beautiful landscaped gardens where you can relax and unwind and there is use of our outdoor swimming pool during the summer periods.
Moreton Hall is a traditional working dairy farm and our cows supply milk to the local Müller Dairy. We have our own free range rare breed hens whom you are likely to see from your bedroom windows. An ideal location for mid-week business accommodation and perfect for a relaxing short break we offer comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation. WiFi is available throughout the farmhouse.

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