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Reviews - Castle Inn

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The Castle Bletchley, Market Drayton, TF9 3RZ
A warm welcome awaits you, at this traditional English Country Inn,
which has been family run for over 20 years. The restaurant offers an
array of traditional English dishes, complemented by Tanners’ Wines.
The bar offers a variety of hand pulled real ales.
The Castle Inn, Bletchley offers a convenient stopover for any
traveller, with its beautiful purpose built bed and breakfast
accommodation, featuring eight kingsize bedrooms four of which are on the ground floor with one been fully disabled.
all with lovely views of open countryside.
The Castle Inn, Bletchley is located on the A41 giving you
easy access to all major routes.
There is also a great array of local North Shropshire amenities.
These include;
Hawkstone Park Follies & Golf Hotel with two 18 hole golf courses,
Market Drayton Golf Course, Brookfield Golf Course, Audlem,
Ironbridge Gorge Museum, Ellerdine Lakes Trout Fishing Pools,
West Midlands Shooting Ground and plenty of shopping at
Shrewsbury, Chester and The Potteries.
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Overall score Guest rating scores since March 2013 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 25 reviews
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96% recommended this accommodation to a friend 98% would stay again
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clean & modern rooms, standard breakfast
rooms were spacious and staff really friendly. Breakfast was a little greasy but there is cereal as an option.

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natalie h

From Plymouth, UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Couple

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great place

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eric w

From UK
Who stayed in June 2013

Travelling alone

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Lovely room, nice view
The place was nice rooms were lovely but I do have a bit of feedback. The toiletries were really minimal in the room. The telly had no reception, and a strange little internal ariel on a wire, that after about 30mins we got sky news....There really needs to be a curtain on the front door as the security light is on all night. The curtains at the back were lovely just need same at front door.....
There was no hairdryer or info on how to get one or an ironing board, or even who to contact at night if there was a problem. No info on the restaurant facilities or menu in the room, that could have helped trade as we might have used it if we knew the menu... But the place was lovely, the rooms look out onto open fields, breakfast was lovely, friendly service and they had veggie sausages which was a lovely surprise..... People really friendly...... I would recommend it definitely.

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Carole P

From UK
Who stayed in May 2013

Couple

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Castle Inn
Enjoyed the hotel very much, rooms were very clean and the breakfast was lovely.

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E Howe

From Manchester, UK
Who stayed in April 2013

With colleagues

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Spotlessly Clean & Great Value for Money
Really enjoyed my stay here - the room is very spacious, tastefully decorated and all spotlessly clean. Lovely bathroom with a power shower. Only thing I would change is to have a curtain / blinds over the entrance door as it does let a lot of light in. I didn't have a Full English Breakfast as a bit early for me, but the food smelt wonderful. Easily the nicest place I've stayed, would definately recommend !

Reviewed by
J Roberts

From Liskeard, UK
Who stayed in March 2013

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