Rodway Manor, a charming farmhouse located in the tranquil Shropshire countryside. Bed & Breakfast style, private rooms available.
Rodway Manor, a charming farmhouse located in the tranquil Shropshire countryside.
- Spacious double bedroom, self contained with bathroom to your self most of the time
- Large kitchen with dining area
- Bathroom with bath & shower
- Spacious grounds
- Within 20 minutes of Ironbridge, Shrewsbury & Newport & 10 minutes from Harper Adams University
- Complimentary Breakfast provided
- Evening, lunch time meals available on request
A spacious double room with a contemporary feel overlooks lush-green meadows stretching beyond the horizon. An ideal getaway for those who like to relax and experience the tranquil harmony of the countryside.
Built around 1890, Rodway Manor was a working dairy farm until 2012. Rodway’s rural location offers excellent cycling and walking options. Ironbridge, Shrewsbury and the cosy town of Newport are all located within 20 minutes drive.
Breakfast is self-service and available between 7-11am. Other meals can be prepared and are available on request. An additional double bedroom is available over looking lush green meadows. Access to lounge with TV. Bike hire is available on request or bring your own, Shirley can be your guide if you just want to take in the views of Shropshire without keep looking at a map.
The hosts Shirley and Graham are able to offer guidance to all the local sites. Home to one dog and three cats, a most warm welcome awaits all.
Please, please,remove outdoor shoes before going upstairs, thank you.
Avid cyclist and mother of three.
Extensive experience of travelling around the world including:
- Climbed to Mt. Everest Base Camp
- Trekked the Inca trail to reach Machu Picchu in Peru within three days
- Cycled 877km from Melbourne to Sydney with her son Andrew who just completed a 25,000km London to Sydney ride.
- Has completed the London Marathon and countless other enduring events
Certainly, anyone with an interest in cycling, travelling or animals would benefit greatly from learning about Shirley's amazing tales of adventure.