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- 31 guest reviews
"Stayed at Lowfield Inn for one night on a visit to Welshpool. Accommodation is good although the room that we were given only had a Velux ro..."
"Friendly, efficient staff made us very welcome...."
"Hard to find, but worth the effort. Low field is modern and caters mainly it seems for families - at least it seemed so over Easter. Nice, c..."
"Great stay at the lowfield inn. We stayed for two weeks in total and the only criticism is that the breakfast (Which was lovely!) was a bit..."
"Stayed for 3 nights when working in the local area. Twin room was excellent with a double bed and double sofa bed. Food was amazing and very..."
About the hotel
REBUILT IN 2008, The NEW Lowfield Inn is a beautiful country pub and inn set in the heart of the Shropshire / Powys countryside in the small village of Marton. We pride ourselves on using locally sourced produce whenever possible and always have several of the best local ales on tap as well as the best wines from all over the world. Our food is best described as 'modern British' in style (although don't be surprised to see influences from other regions!) and we serve all day, every day.
We aim to give you the best and friendliest service possible, the highest quality food and drink, but in a comfortable, affordable and relaxed environment. We also have 4 en-suite bedrooms with beautiful views where you can relax after a hard day’s walking, fishing, working or shopping in nearby Shrewsbury! Tariffs are £50 single, £70 double, £85 twin or £100 for our family room - all including our raved about full cooked breakfast which is available from 8. 30am (or our substantial continental breakfast available at any time). We look forward to seeing you soon. Dave and Fletch
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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87% would recommend it to a friend
Welsh one night stopover
Stayed at Lowfield Inn for one night on a visit to Welshpool.
Accommodation is good although the room that we were given only had a Velux rooflight. Food was good and plentiful and staff were very friendly and helpful.
Lowfield Inn is a pleasant pub with rooms.
The room was perfectly adequate - and on arrival was clean. However, in the 4 days I was there it was not serviced once. I am happy to make my own bed - but would like the dirty teacups replaced & the bin emptied . When I asked if the room was going to be serviced, staff simply replied "do you need new towels?". Obviously they do not service rooms as a matter of course - not acceptable in my book. I have no doubt that if had spelt out what I expected to the staff then they would have made an effort to comply - but why doesn't a hotel realise that this is how they are supposed to operate. Shoddy. I also take issue with the fact that nowhere in advance is there the information that a cooked breakfast is only available after 9am - Late Rooms do not mention this, nor does the Lowfield Inn on their own website. This information is in the folder provided in the room. I asked for breakfast at 8.30am the first day, which was duly provided. The 2nd day, due to business meetings, I needed to leave at 8.30am - so I was provided with cereal, juice, yoghurt & toast on the landing area. I stretched leaving till 8.30am the 3rd morning and wolfed down a cooked breakfast in 5 minutes flat. On the last day I asked for a cooked breakfast at 8am - to be met with the response "that means the chef getting up very early - he lives an hour away" I suggested that 8am was not too early to expect breakfast in a hotel... I was duly provided with a cooked breakfast at 8am, and the chef himself was charming and insisted it was no trouble at all. I think the Lowfield Inn needs to be far more upfront about their breakfast timings (I have since seen other people complaining of this on review sites)- 9am is a very late breakfast for many and the breakfast itself is fantastic!