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Christine and Rupert Farmer offer guests a slice of the good life at their B&B on a small organic farm – and greet them with a piece of home-baked cake. Close to the Shropshire Way, the 18th-century farmhouse has cottage-style bedrooms full of spoiling touches: fresh flowers, magazines, and a regularly topped-up hospitality tray. In each, views of the pretty garden or towards the Wrekin.
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Ripe for discovery, this Grade II* listed building with 18th-century origins has evolved into a contemporary B&B that pays homage to the town’s most revered son, Charles Darwin.
Books line the sitting-room shelves at Sarah and Tim Davis’s ‘beautifully decorated’ B&B in the heart of the historic town – an apt scene for a Grade II listed Georgian town house that was once the village library.