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|Distance to city centre||20.3 km|
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The location is superb, a real getaway. The staff were friendly and more than accommodating. Comfy beds and stunning views!
The on site food was a little pricey for the portion sizes, a little underwhelming but not terrible.
Very quirky find for a lovely 1 night stay. Ideal if you are familiar with glamping. Very good value, good communication, continental breakfast ample (would be nicer if in wicker basket and delivered to hut porch?).
Toilets were a little too far away and down a very steep slope so not great for poor mobility or kids in the night. Also not really enough toilet and shower facilities for 14-21 possible persons. Cleaning of huts could be a bit more thorough. Hot tub rules not enforced for children and hot tub water not clean so did not use
The quirky set up. Every room is different. Lots to look at. Didn't get a chance to have afternoon tea. Going back in August.
Would of preferred a sit down English breakfast. It's a breakfast bag so it's nice to eat in room or outside if weather nice.
The view and knowing there is a hot tub
Toilets were to far
Staff were super helpful and offered market transparency and recommending other dining options which was devine the menu was ok but a little pricy for the offers on the menu. The speciality gins were quite pricey almost London prices
With a stay at Abel's Harp in Shrewsbury, you'll be 8 mi (12.8 km) from Old Bell Museum and 8.3 mi (13.4 km) from Montgomery Castle. Free self parking is available onsite.
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