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All reviewsfour poster bedwenlock roomjacuzzi bathbreakfast was amazingbeautiful roomfull englishbox of chocolateschocolate barreceived a very warm welcomeeverything you could possibly needbiscuitsthought of everythingguest houseset you up for the dayyogurton arrivaliron bridge
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Reviewed April 13, 2009

The Guest House is absolutely beautiful in a very good location.
The welcome we recieved was excellent. We had an elderly relative and David and his family extremely helpful in making sure all her neds were caered for.
The rooms were beautiful with lots of extras included. Very comfortable and warm.
We had an evening meal and could not have been more satisfied with the food.
Breakfasts also were lovely with choice and variety.
Breakfasts can often be a very stuffy affair in Guest Houses but the atmosphere was relaxed and informal.
David and his family could not do more to make you welcome. This is an excellent establishment I could not recommend highly enough.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled with family
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Thank sundaygirl24
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Reviewed February 1, 2009

All was booked on the 'net following reviews on Trip Advisor. The hotel website was so comprehensive, with excellent info and photos of each room. We chose The Wenlock Room.
We arrived on Friday evening to be greeted by one of the staff, who showed us to our room; it was gorgeous! She explained all about the room and the hotel and was very friendly.
There was a 4-poster bed, the room was beautifully decorated with quality furnishings and had a double jacuzzi bath to boot! There were chocolates on the bed, a full hospitality tray, lovely toiletries... the list could go on. Suffice it to say, they think of everything to make your stay an absolute pleasure.
As for the breakfasts! I have never stayed anywhere that offered so much. You really need to stay there to understand.
The owner was so friendly and helpful with regard to places to visit, to eat and the history of the area. Also, the information in the room pack was full of ideas for visiting the surrounding area.
It was a 15-minute walk into Ironbridge; across the bridge, which was a real treat.
We would have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending The Old Rectory at Broseley for whatever length of stay.
We can guarantee; it won't disappoint.

  • Stayed: January 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank judiththecakebaker
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Reviewed September 9, 2008

Myself and my husband stayed just for a couple of nights at this luxurious B&B...We have never stayed at a B&B before.we are 5 Star Hotel People so expectations were high!. We were at the BSJA Scope festival and wanted to be close to this but be somewhere quiet.This B&B is about an hour away from Stafford County Show Ground..We will have no hesitation of booking this place again or recomending it to any of our business associates, friends and family. It is a superb place with beautiful rooms.. We stayed in the Wenlock room with the hot tub for 2 in the room (how fab!).Everything was Immaculate.! ..We came and went as we pleased, the Staff being most accomodating to what time we wanted breakfast etc.. There was no restriction on what time you had to return to the B& B at night either..!
What a lovely place, We wish the Proprietor every sucess with this place in the future.

Stayed: August 2008
Thank Horses16
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Reviewed August 5, 2008

This is a very well hidden Gem in the heart of Shropshire.
A warm welcome greets you from the proprietor Hazel, not to mention the antiques in the entrance hall.
We were given an enormous family room on the 1st floor, with an enormous bathroom, which you would find in any 5* establishment. Right down to the Royal Doulton tea service, attention to detail added charm & elegance. I would reccommend this B & B to any seasoned traveller. We only stayed one night on a stop over from our French holiday, the hearty breakfast we received next morning was second to none.
Highly reccommended.

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled with family
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Thank crow1366
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Reviewed August 1, 2008

i have been staying at this hotel/5star guesthouse now for 5 nights a week since may08.i find the staff there freindly and helpful while incorporating a professional,laid back attitude.in fact they go out of their way to be informative of the questions i ask of them.my room is spotless,always clean with fresh towels,etc.and i would not hesitate to recommend this hotel/guesthouse to anybody i know who is going to stay in that area.in fact i will be taking my wife up there in our holidays.so if you or anybody else has any further questions that they wish to know about the old rectory then please feel free to email me at steveharleykipper@hotmail.com were i will be only to happy to oblige. signed..s.wilks..

Stayed: May 2008
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