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100% would recommend it to a friend
Baron at Bucknell
We loved this place!!.
It was pretty much perfect.comfortable rooms,great food and drink.Brill. It also had possibly the most comfortable bed ever. We went on a wonderful evening walk in the Shropshire Hills,which were simply breath taking. We'll be back!. again on this hotel.
Lovely stay with lovely food
Lovely country pub in a beautiful setting and great food in the restaurant.
Ask in reception for a print out of the local walks which are well worth it on a nice day!
Excellent accomodation in beautiful surroundings
A very comfortable place to stay with some wonderful walks near by.
We chose room five with its spa bath and views looking out on to the nearby hills. The room was absolutely spotless with courtesy bottle of water, biscuits, and two bars of chocolates. Breakfast alone was worth staying for, quite superb, however, would have liked to have seen a better choice of food for the evening meal. Overall a high standard has been set and strongly recommend.
Lovely welcome excellent rooms would definitely stay again
A bank holiday treat
A relaxing stay in the beautiful Shropshire countryside, further enhanced by the welcome and friendliness of Phil and Debra and their staff.
The rooms wouldn't be out of place in a five star hotel, let alone a country pub, with excellent attention to both cleanliness and detail. Although we only booked for bed and breakfast, plenty of choice and deliciously cooked, we also dined there in the evening as the pub is a little isolated and after a day out walking we didn't want to go out again to find somewhere else to eat. Debra didn't disappoint, her food was excellent, a special mention goes to her roast pork belly with sweet potato mash, one of the best meals I've tasted. Add into the mix a beautiful setting below the Mynd of Bucknell (great to wake up to), plenty of places to visit (I recommend a trip to the Elan Valley [see the Red Kites] and Carding Mill Valley [the Long Mynd] especially if you enjoy walking. Our first trip to Shropshire and it won't be our last, still plenty to see and do.