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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.
We have just returned from a three night stay at The Isle. What a beautiful and peaceful place to visit. Edward and Ros are the perfect hosts, so friendly and gave us such a warm welcome. Our room, the Blue room was spacious with lovely views from the window seats. Breakfast was delicious and plentiful.
Edward shared the history of the Isle and took the time to show us around, very interesting. He suggested places to visit and I spent a lovely day visiting the aqueduct, canal and Llangollen.
This has to be our favourite B and B and...
Edward helped rescue my kayak. Wonderfully caring welcome at the Grange. Beautiful house and rooms. Excellent dinner and breakfast shared with fishermen guests. Extensive countryside opportunities....
I came back again as it was such a relaxing interesting visit a few years ago. Great to be remembered and spend an pleasant evening chatting , listening to Edwards fascinating knowledge of local history. Ask to see the little box of historical artefacts they have.
I stayed in the pink room again, overlooking the extensive grounds. The bed just softly supports you. The bath is huge and hot. Wifi is free and works in the room. I have noticed that this is not true in many older houses as the walls are so thick.
Breakfast is lovely wit...
A beautiful house, great food, welcoming environment, friendly, knowledgeable and very hospitable hosts... all set within the stunning Shropshire countryside.
A thoroughly enjoyable and relaxing break.
- Chelsie, Jake & Lulu
Staying at The Isle is a lovely surprise. It really is a Country House. The views are wonderful. The rooms etc. are gracious, beautifully laid out, and comprise a mixture of taste, comfort, and a splash of luxury. But what is more unusual is that for all the splendour of the surroundings, the welcome and hospitality is generous and genuine. The hosts, thoughtful, friendly and kind.
We woke up to a magical frosty morning after an arrival to tea and biscuits night before served in front of a log fire by Ed in the drawing room, Breakfa...
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