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  • From £40 per room per night

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The Boar's Head pride themselves on their home cooked food and they also offer 4 star AA rated accommodation.

This 16th Century coaching inn dates back to 1597, and is the oldest licensed premises in Bishops Castle. Their home cooked food is served every day either in the restaurant, perhaps by one of the ingle nook fireplaces, or just sat in one of the pleasant bar areas or their new dog friendly room. They also serve a delicious Shropshire afternoon tea which includes homemade sandwiches, cakes, scones, biscuits and treats.

Their recently refurbished bedrooms are situated in a converted 17th Century barn (their Curly Tail Accommodation) which will give you that feeling of independence. They are stylish and comfortable, with all the facilities you would expect. 

The Boar's Head have 4 lovely bedrooms - one family and 3 double or twin rooms, one of which is pet friendly. Their family room can also take an extra bed although there is an additional charge for this. All rooms have 32 inch Smart TVs, WifI access, DAB radio clock with blue tooth speaker, tea & coffee making facilities, iron & board and a hairdryer.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star Inn
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £40 per room per night

The Boar's Head have 4 lovely bedrooms - one family and 3 double or twin rooms, one of which is pet friendly. Their family room can also take an extra bed although there is an additional charge for this. All rooms have 32 inch Smart TVs, WifI access, DAB radio clock with blue tooth speaker, tea & coffee making facilities, iron & board and a hairdryer. Rates start from £40.00 per person per night including a Continental breakfast and based on a minimum of two people sharing. Single occupancy rate is also available and is charged at £50 per room per night, again including Continental breakfast.

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