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Oldfield Cottage
Oldfield
Bridgnorth
Shropshire

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Oldfield Cottage is a traditional 17th century Shropshire cottage with guest accommodation in a tastefully converted stable building. The two comfortable en-suite rooms are on the ground floor and have beautiful views over adjacent farm land. They are equipped with twin beds, easy chairs, TV, radio and tea/coffee making facilities - in addition, each room has a log burner to ensure cosy evening relaxation. Breakfast consists of a selection of varied and imaginative dishes and farmhouse high tea is available to order. The cottage has received Bridgnorth District Council's Gold Award for Healthy Eating and is an Award winner for the 'Deliciously Shropshire Breakfast of the Year' at the Good Eating Awards organised by Shropshire County Council and Heart of England Fine Foods.

Oldfield is an idyllic spot where birds, badgers and other wildlife abound. It is four miles from Bridgnorth and convenient for many places of interest in the district.

You are assured of a warm and friendly welcome to Oldfield Cottage.

Details

Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Twin: £22.50 (two sharing)
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Disabled Access
Children Welcome - over 12
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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