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Harvest has started
The combine has started rolling here with some of our oilseed rape been cut in a field called The Barrs. This will then go to make cooking oil and in some cases bio fuel. Next to be ready will be the winter wheat.
Just spent three nights enjoying the home of Ros and Edward Tate. They were extremely hospitable and made us all feel at home. Lovely home grown and cooked three course meals were provided every evening and were washed down with wine we had brought! Lovely surroundings and masses of animals everywhere was a winning combination for me.
Our stay at The Isle was a delight . Quintessentially English, a little bit eccentric and generous of their time and commitment to their guests' enjoyment and comfort Edward and Ros were the perfect hosts. All the boxes, and more, were ticked as far as the accommodation was concerned, not because they have to, but because they want to. Our room was attractive, large, clean and comfortable with an abundance of extras in the bathroom, an interesting selection of teas etc and oodles of reading material. Breakfast in the dining room surro...
- Elizabeth H
What a lovely place this is. The family could not have been more welcoming and they went out of their way to accommodate us. Breakfast was lovely. The rooms were inviting. Setting was idyllic. Everything was perfect and we joyed a relaxing stay.
- Julie L
This was the most wonderful place to bring a horse. We rode out each day for two hours on the estate without putting foot on a road. Wonderful canters on the banks of the Severn, on headlands and across grassland. If we'd wanted to, we could have jumped any number of cross country fences, used the indoor or outdoor arenas or had a lesson. The bedroom was perfect too, very comfortable and a flask of milk provided for our early morning tea. Breakfast delicious. Hosts Ros and Edward extremely helpful and very friendly, nothing too much t...
What an absolutely beautiful and magical place to spend a weekend!
My friend and I had arranged a weekend in Shrewsbury to not only look around the area but also spend an evening on a ghost tour in the Prison. We found the Isle Estate online and what a find!
We arrived down the very long country lane to find the entrance which is marked with two lovely old wall posts. The lane continues with some big speed humps along the way, however these did not cause us any real issues in a larger car. You may need to becareful when going down ...
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