Gold Award Bed and Breakfast near Church Stretton
Located in the heart of the Shropshire countryside near Church Stretton, Lawley House has welcomed visitors for over 15 years and the visitor book bears testimony to the many guests who return again and again to enjoy the comfort, peace and warm welcome.
A "gentleman's residence" built around 1900 on the site of three cottages set in three acres of gardens and grounds it commands a panoramic view dominated by the Lawley hill, hence the name.
Not only does Lawley House have spectacular views but a truly delightful garden, selected for inclusion in Alastair Sawday's Special Places Bed and Breakfast for Garden Lovers.
The garden has been carefully planted to give year round interest with particular emphasis on colour and scent .There are over 50 varieties of roses, many of them shrub roses from David Austin nursery which is a 45 minute drive away.
The house is set in wonderful walking country: maps and advice provided. You may also bring your own horses : grazing available at £5 per horse per night.
There are many excellent nearby places to eat within 15 minutes drive , and our picturesque local pub The Bottle and Glass in Picklescott is just over a mile away.