We were looking to stay in this rural area of Shropshire, and were directed here by another B and B owner who could not accommodate us. We were delighted with this find and spent 3 nights there. We were given a choice of rooms on arrival and chose the ground floor one with its own entrance. The room and furnishings were all well appointed and the en suite shower room was modern and looked new and spotless. Dinah was a great hostess and made us very welcome. Her breakfasts were delicious and especially her smoked haddock, which is rarely offered these days. We spent some time in the conservatory/dining room just sitting watching the sheep, looking at the views and enjoying the warmth. We were directed to a local pub where we had dinner on the first night. However , eating places are all at least a two or three mile drive away down narrow country lanes, and the nearest pub is not open on Mondays or Tuesdays. So you just need to organise your main meals with this in mind. There are several nearby market towns which would help with that. Would definitely return if we revisit this area. …
Fabulous B&B, every detail catered for. The hosts even dried our very wet clothes out for us after a very tough day on a Land's End to John o'Groats cycle trip. Super breakfast and a very character-ful house. Recommended.
Back for our second visit. We had a great room in a lovely settings. Very peaceful and quiet location. Two marvelous breakfasts and an excellent evening meal, all featuring many local items. Wonderful host.
My wife and I stayed here for three nights in may, all I can say is FABULOUS, As soon as we arrived we were met by Dinah with coffee and homemade cakes, we were then shown to the granary above the garage, what a beautiful room, super king-size bed with views to die for. Iain gave me a tour of the farm on request, my wife melted when she saw the baby lambs (take your wellies), fantastic!! Breakfast was also lovely, local meats and fresh eggs from the chickens and ducks that were free to roam. Dinah even provides evening meals on request and they were scrumptious. All in all wonderful hosts and a wonderful stay, can't wait to return
Very friendly & welcoming, the room was very clean and comfortable. We loved to have animals in the fields around us, for anyone who’s looking for a true country experience you can’t go wrong here. Dinah’s was a great host. Thank you very much.
Our team uses Dinah's B&B regularly when undertaking recurring site work in the area. I stayed at the B&B for my first time last week and I can see why the others keep returning here. Dinah is amazing- she goes out of her way to make your stay comfortable. It was such a treat to come back from a long day on site to such a warm welcoming place, and the fruit salad and dippy eggs that Dinah prepared for me every morning (even with GF toast and granola!) were awesome! Misty (the dog) just added to the stay!
No better place to stay with a dog! Dinah so friendly and welcoming, as was her lovely dog Misty. Super high quality breakfast was absolutely unbeatable: great effort for the vegetarians too and wonderful fresh apple juice straight from the orchard. Comfy bed and wonderful runs around the farm fields for our dog Lottie. Thanks so much; we’ll certainly soon be back for longer when we’ll have time to explore the beautiful area in which the farm is situated. Neil and Anne
Wonderful welcome and very helpful, breakfast was great. The room wAs clean and comfortable with a view to the courtyard. Dinah also tried to make a reservation for us at a good eatery. Would recommend.
Spur of the moment break in the middle of August - very lucky to find a vacancy at Cox's Barn - delighted to meet Dinah and Ian. Rooms and bathrooms excellent - Egyptian cotton towels were marvelous. Breakfast was superb with those extra special little touches that make all the difference e.g. jam, marmalade, ketchup served in little pots with a spoon not just plonked on the table in their jars or bottles. Full English was the best I have ever had using home/local produce. This is a prime spot and we visited RAF Cosford, NT property Wightwick, Severn Valley Railway and the Black Country Living Museum. Anyone reading this review - YES it really is that good. Thank you Dinah - we had a great time - Farmers are always such nice people!
Stayed here for one night on a family visit. Arrived late after a long drive and found warm rooms, comfortable beds and excellent en-suite facilities. Bedrooms were equipped with standard facilities - tea/coffee, television. The rooms we occupied were in a single-storey extension with full height windows facing the driveway, but the heating was more than adequate and good curtains ensured privacy. The en-suite contained a shower (lots of hot water) and was supplied with really nice towels and flannels. Everything was immaculately clean. In the morning, we were presented with a full English breakfast which included locally produced eggs, sausages and bacon. A good range of cereals, fresh fruit salad, copious tea/coffee and toast accompanied it. Everything fresh and tasty and we'll-presented. Breakfast was served in a conservatory comfortably warmed by a wood burning stove and it was very pleasant to enjoy breakfast with a beautiful (though wet!) country view. I believe that the hosts, Dinah and Ian, also offer an evening meal, but we weren't able to take advantage of that. The only down side to this location is that communications aren't brilliant. Mobile signal is extremely patchy and internet is poor. Maybe that's a blessing in disguise! I don't think you can mark the place down because of local environmental factors but if good electronic comms are important to you, it's something of which you should be aware. Standard marking schema applies: Facilities/environment: excellent, definite tick People/service: friendly, welcoming and helpful Content: Room good, en-suite good, breakfast good Value for money: Probably in the upper range for B&B rates but it was worth it Would I recommend / go there again? Yes, certainly…