Bed & Breakfast   


10% Discount when you book your room direct.

Complimentary Cream Tea
on Arrival


Just a few minutes drive from the M54 motorway, nestled in the historic village of Wrockwardine and beside St. Peters Church, you will find Church Farm.

In between the world famous Ironbridge Gorge and the pictureque town of  Shrewsbury, just along the River Severn then takes you to the doorway to Wales

Our splendid 18th century farmhouse boasts four relaxing, beautifully decorated bedrooms,  an enclosed spacious garden and a vintage dining room with original features  for breakfast and afternoon teas. We use locally sourced produce where possible,and our bespoke afternoon teas are freshly made to order.

Whether visiting Shropshire for pleasure or business, Church Farm Guest House is ideally located for the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums, Much Wenlock, Wroxeter Vineyard, Roman City & Villa, Severn Valley Railway, Cosford RAF Museum, David Austin Roses, Shrewsbury and Snowdonia, Wales.

Privately owned and passionately run, we offer an ideal base for a long weekend away right in the heart of rural Shropshire.

From the moment you arrive at Church Farm, we’d like you to feel at home; our approach is friendly and relaxed so a warm welcome awaits you. 

We offer a complimentary Cream Tea on arrival, we just ask if you could book in advance as our scones are baked fresh daily and made to order.

We look forward to seeing you soon; from Sandie & the Girls xx

Coronavirus: Please be assured we are following all current social distancing and sanitation guidelines.



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You'll sleep soundly in our comfortable beds in this quiet rural setting. With a delicious breakfast included, a great way to start the day and ensures you're set to make the most of your visit to the area.





Breakfast: We love breakfast time. Everything is sourced locally and cooked in the farm house kitchen which has a 5 star hygiene rating. What better way to start your day.




Afternoon Tea: “There are a few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea”  (Henry James) There cannot be more things quintessentially English than a traditional afternoon tea. 
Taken between 2 and 4pm in the garden or by the fire, we have a classic spread waiting for you, so please let us know when booking. 



Private Tea Room: Pretty private tea room seats up to twenty guests. Ideal for smaller parties enjoying afternoon tea, birthday’s, and baby showers.




Mini emporium: Why not treat yourself during your stay with something pretty from our micro emporium which also serves a selection of freshly baked cakes and scones and cold and sparkling drinks.



Wedding receptions: Church Farm is an ideal location for a more intimate reception in the beautiful old house and garden. Please contact us for further details.


Longer term & corporate bookings: We have many professionals who return regularly or wish to arrange a longer bookings for project work. Please call to discuss improved rates.  





Cycling: On the National Cycle Route 81 Church Farm is a perfect and handy bike stop serving hot and cold food and drink to enjoy in the garden or take away. With plenty of space to park your bike both inside and out, there are lots of tables to accommodate groups and families.




Walking: From the Wrekin (our local hill) and The Shropshire Way to short circular walks in picturesque villages and parishes, in Shropshire there is something for everyone.

With over 5,500 km’s of Public Rights of Way, two Country Parks, several countryside heritage sites, over 7,000 ha of open access land and a quarter of the county designated as the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you'll be spoilt for choice with stunning walks and views round every corner.




 Sightseeing: Shropshire is especially rich in historic sites and opportunities for outdoor activities. Our timeless landscape is perfect for relaxing. With an exciting food scene and charming market towns, Shropshire is also a wonderful county for eating, drinking and planning a day out shopping.


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