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The Boyne Arms is delighted to be able to offer accommodation in Burwarton Shropshire - one of the regions most picturesque hamlets. The 'Boyne B&B' offers quaint historic accommodation located in the Old School House set in the centre of the Burwarton village - A moments strole from The Boyne Arms - past our free range chickens who provide your eggs for breakfast. We also make our own sausages, and our local butcher supplies the bacon - when Kevin is not curing his own.

The Boyne B&B offers 3 newly appointed double bedrooms - all with views of the grounds of the old school yard - including our vegetable patch, herb gardens and even indoor relaxation pond with Koi carp which you can feed whilst sitting in the glazed garden house.

Relaxation. Tranquility is the theme at The Boyne - evenings can be whiled away in the old hall with its stunning arched beams ceiling, and gothic style decor and fire place. Eclectic mix of sofas, reading chairs and even old fashioned board games, means you can relax after your walk, tour of Shropshire, or day at work - wi-fi is also available if you REALLY want to work.

Shropshire Breakfast - Served at the nearby Boyne Arms, a moments stroll across the cottage gardens where Kevin and Sue will look after your even need, with their full Shropshire breakfasts - serving in the great hall lounge and dining room, or even in the sheltered gardens on a sunny day - breakfasts consist of local produce from free range eggs which cluck around the yard, to local pork sausages and home cured bacon - and even local mushrooms when in season. Continental breakfasts are also served with local granola, fresh fruit and fresh ground coffee.

Walks - For those who wish to embrace the beautiful surrounding Shropshire walks - including the Brown Clee and Burwarton Country Estate on which we are located, there are many walks for you and your pets - dogs are welcome in both the pub and the B&B (prior bookings only)

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