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Grove Farm House
Grove Farm House


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Grove Farm House is a large Georgian farmhouse located just outside the small village of Condover, only six miles south of the historic market town of Shrewsbury and within striking distance of the South Shropshire Hills, the World Heritage site of Ironbridge and the gastronomic capital of the shires, Ludlow. We have four bedrooms (double or twin), all with their own en-suite bathrooms. All our rooms have televisions with in-built DVD players, digital clock radio alarms, hairdryers and hospitality trays, with a variety of refreshments including home-made biscuits. If you really want to relax, put on your complimentary robe and slippers and admire the views or watch a DVD from the comfort of the bed. Our en-suite bathrooms have either baths with power showers above, or large walk-in showers with rain showers. Luxurious complementary toiletries are also available. For business people we offer WiFi Internet access. For many, breakfast will be the highlight of your stay at Grove Farm House. For breakfast we offer a cold buffet of cereals, bread or toast homemade jams and marmalade, and fresh juice. And of course there is the full cooked breakfast. Our meat is reared and prepared by local producers, including bacon and black pudding from the award winning Wenlock Edge Farm and sausages from the Ludlow Food Centre. Eggs are from our own free-range chickens. Our breakfast buffet can cater for those on meat free, dairy free and/or gluten free diets. Afternoon tea is also available by arrangement and includes a variety of delicious homebaked cakes and biscuits.

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