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15th June 2019 - 16th June 2019
If you are looking for something a little different, affordably decadent... and down a rather long track, The Isle Estate in Shrewsbury is certainly worth a visit.
It's run by an absolutely charming family, who went out of their way to make us feel special. Natural hosts. Rooms were spotless, comfortable and peaceful. Coffee was excellent and breakfast was delicious. Can't comment on dinner as we ate out in town.
Sadly only stayed for one night, but will wrack brain to think of an excuse to book in again.
A fabulous and un-expec...
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
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....
Just one note of caution- try not to arrive after dark. The speed humps are not very easy to see in darkness, then its quite easy to get lost in the farmyard even when you are almost at the house.
Once we did thread our way through though, the welcome was warm and relaxing. A pot of tea served by a roaring log fire in the sitting room was very welcome.
We'd chosen the Blue and White Room, which was very comfortable. Loads of fun trying to figure out the massage settings on the bed!
We'd opted to dine in on both evenings, reasoning ...
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
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