Place To Stay Category: B and B
Broome Park Farm B&B has excellent facilities throughout with generously proportioned ensuite rooms, guest sitting and dining rooms. Guests are offered a teatray of homemade cakes and tea or coffee on arrival – the ideal start to a relaxing break! Wake up to spectacular views of rolling countryside and enjoy our locally produced tasty farmhouse breakfast. As a working farm we produce our own sausages and bacon – you can really taste the difference! Our happy hens lay fresh eggs with gorgeous yellow yolks. We are conveniently located for Ludlow, Ironbridge, Bridgnorth and Bewdley. Our bed and breakfast offers an ideal base for discovering South Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Visit West Midlands Safari Park, Severn Valley Railway, Acton Scott Victorian Farm and Ironbridge Gorge Museums whilst staying in our comfortable farmhouse accommodation.
Broome Park Farm Bed and Breakfast is the perfect choice for a family group – the family room can sleep 2 adults and 2 children comfortably whilst Grandparents can stay in the red room. By booking both rooms together guests get exclusive use of the guest wing, perfect for relaxing evenings sitting in front of the fire when the children are asleep!
There are fantastic walks straight from the door and further afield, excellently maintained by the local Footpath Association. There is also a pleasant circular walk from the farm that takes in the River Rea and rolling Shropshire countryside. circular-walk-from-broome-park-farm
Landscapes and Viewpoints
One of the highlights of a stay with is is the drive over Clee Hill to Ludlow. The view is spectacular, stretching from the West Midlands, over the Counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire and on a clear day, as far as Wales and the Black Mountains. After passing through Clee Hill village there is a right turn for Dhustone which takes you up to the old quarry workings. From there you can walk to the summit, passing the golf balls on the way. From the top the view takes in 360 degrees, including the Shropshire Hills to the West, Malvern Hills to the South, Brown Clee to the North and the Wrekin to the East.
Shropshire really does offer visitors dark skies and the opportunity to appreciate the night sky. Recent guests waxed lyrical about the depth of the stars at night, how many they could see and the thrill of lying in bed with the curtains drawn back and just watching the stars in the sky.
Trails and Tours
Broome Park Farm makes an excellent base from which to explore Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. The long distance Severn Way passes through the town of Cleobury Mortimer, the Jack Mytton Way starts/finishes just a few fields away. There are lots of activities to be enjoyed at the Old Vicarage Activity Centre in Stottesdon or if you don’t mind heights why not try the Go Ape course in the Wyre Forest. We are always happy to suggest possible itineraries to make the best of your time with us so please ask for ideas or let us know your interests so we can ensure you have a fantastic stay.