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The Dinney Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast

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Address

Dinney Farm
Chelmarsh
Bridgnorth
Bridgnorth
WV16 6AU

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Tel : +44 (0)1746 861070

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Prices

Family En suite
£100.00 - £140.00
Per person per night breakfast included

Double En Suite
£55.00 - £65.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Twin en suite
£55.00 - £65.00
Per person per night breakfast included

Our Bed and Breakfast is located within the original Farmhouse where you will find newly refurbished oak beamed en-suite bedrooms with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. Located just five miles from the historic market town of Bridgnorth, an ideal spot for exploring the many Shropshire attractions.

With three double en-suite rooms, one twin en-suite room and a family suite there is plenty of scope for group stays. If you require larger accommodation we have self-catering holiday cottages individually accommodating up to 20!

Guests are welcome to explore our farm or walk further afield on the many walks or cycle routes from the doorstep. We have local golfing and fishing too!

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By Road

From the junction of the A5/A458(S) Shrewsbury take the A458 to Bridgnorth. In Bridgnorth, cross the bridge over the River Severn on to Underhill Street A458. 300 yards from the bridge the road bends sharp right, on this bend turn left along the B4363 towards Cleobury Mortimer and then turn first left again on the B4555 towards Highley. Follow the road for three miles. The entrance to Dinney Farm is on the left just after you go under the railway bridge.

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Could take some time!

Aerial view - Dinney Farmhouse - Double en-suite bedroom - Double en-suite bedroom - Twin en-suite bedroom - Family suite - View from Waterside room -
Aerial view - Dinney Farmhouse - Double en-suite bedroom - Double en-suite bedroom - Twin en-suite bedroom - Family suite - View from Waterside room -

The Dinney Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast facilities include:

  • Cater exclusively for vegetarians
  • Country house
  • Farm
  • In countryside
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Accept children (minimum age)
  • Facilities for children
  • Additional charge for pets
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Visa accepted
  • Cater for vegetarians
  • Serve breakfast
  • On site parking
  • Central heating throughout
  • Garden/patio for guests' use
  • Ironing facilities
  • Pets accepted
  • Separate guests' lounge
  • Wireless/internet access
  • Colour TV in all bedrooms
  • Ground floor bedrooms available
  • Hairdryer in all bedrooms
  • Radio in all bedrooms
  • Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms
  • Access to golf course
  • Arrangements for riding/pony trekking
  • Special provisions for cyclists
  • Special provisions for walkers

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