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Carysbyre Bed and Breakfast

A warm welcome awaits you at Carysbyre where we have two well-appointed double rooms, both with en-suite shower facilities.  A sympathetically converted  farm building dating from the 1800’s,  we have combined as many of it’s original features with modern-day comfort.  Guests have exclusive use of the sitting room with a wood burner and also the elegant dining room.

Furnished to a high standard with many antiques and original artwork, our aim is to provide you with a calm and relaxing atmosphere in which to unwind and enjoy your break.

Set in a peaceful location with glorious views over the surrounding countryside but still within easy travelling distance of Shropshire’s hills, market towns, stately homes etc. and also Ironbridge World Heritage Site.  Also a perfect place to stay if you  would like to walk or cycle along our quiet lanes as well as site-seeing.  The Royal Oak is a 15 minute walk away and offers good food and ales as well as claiming to be the oldest pub in Shropshire.


  • Bedlinen and towels included
  • Central Heating
  • Free Wifi
  • Garden
  • Hairdryer
  • Non smoking establishment
  • On site parking
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Breakfast included
  • Rural location
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