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Inns in Craven Arms

Crown Country Inn
Munslow
Craven Arms
Shropshire

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The Crown is set in an "area of outstanding natural beauty", and the towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Telford, Much Wenlock, Bridgnorth and Craven Arms are all within easy travelling distance.

The Crown is a Grade II listed Tudor Inn - it was once a "Hundred House" where the courts of latter day passed their judgement. With many of its original features still in place, such as great oak beams, flagstone floors and the large Inglenook fireplace that is the central feature of the main bar area, you can sit and sample traditional ales, fine fare, and a wonderful welcome from your hosts, Richard & Jane Arnold, in historic surroundings.

Situated in a Georgian stable block at the rear of the Crown Country Inn, we have three large bedrooms available for bed and breakfast. Two of the rooms feature the crook-beam design typical of wooden framed structures of this period. Our guest accomodation has AA 4 Diamond rating and all rooms are non-smoking.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: From £65
Twin: From £65
Single: From £45
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Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms - All rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Building of Historic Interest
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