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Boningale Manor, Albrighton, Shropshire

Boningale Manor
Holyhead Road

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A luxurious country home, easily found from Junction 3 of the M54, offers a warm welcome and very high quality B&B and self-catering acommodation to families & business-people alike.

We have beautiful gardens to unwind in with diverse wildlife. We have ample off-road parking and offer garaging by arrangement. Our accommodation is described by guests as very peaceful, warm and comfortable - guests report a good nights sleep!

For dinners, a wide variety of pubs and restauants are an easy 4 minute walk or 4 minute drive away. We're happy to advise, if you tell us what you're looking for. Our guest lounge sits at the centre of the house and has a video library. Laundry by arrangement, as are small dogs.

Boningale Manor is only minutes away from Patshull Park, David Austin Roses, RAF Cosford & Albrighton, Weston Park, Telford & Ironbridge, Codsall & Wolverhampton. For those looking to establish a touring base, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury, Church Stretton, Ludlow, Stafford, Chester & The Black Country all lie within 30 to 60 minutes.


Ratings/Awards: Enjoy England 4 Star

Price per Room:

Double: From 50
Single: From 30
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