Yew Tree Farm B&B

01694 771866

Longville in the Dale

Much Wenlock


TF13 6EB

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Yew Tree Farm B&B



Room / Unit Price No. Of Rooms / Units Sleeps
Double en suite £65.00 - £75.00 (Per Room per night, breakfast included) 1 2
Twin with Private Bathroom £55.00 - £65.00 (Per Room per night, breakfast included) 1 2


Set in the beautiful Ape Dale, Yew Tree Farm B&B offer comfort and peace with a large garden and splendid views of Shropshire. Breakfast comes from the B&B's own produce.

Yew Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast is set in stunning countryside in the Ape Dale, between Much Wenlock and Church Stretton Anthony and Jane Hilbery rear sheep and a few rare breed pigs. There are also chickens and ducks who will provide your breakfast eggs.

We have two rooms that have been designed to make sure that you have a comfortable and relaxing stay with us at Yew Tree Farm B&B. You will have a private entrance so that you don’t need to worry about waking the neighbours (that'll be the chickens), and there are tea and coffee making facilities in each of the rooms with access to a private fridge where you can find milk and mineral water. You are of course welcome to store your own perishables or drinks here too.

The Edge Room, so named because of its wonderful views across the fields and up to Wenlock Edge, has a fabulously comfortable king size bed and is really light and airy. There is an ensuite bathroom with a lovely deep bath and power shower.

The Blue Room is our cosy twin room situated at the front of the house. There is a separate bathroom just next door exclusively for your use with bath and power shower. We provide luxury towelling bathrobes as standard for both rooms.

Both rooms have a flat screen TV with freeview, hairdryer and digital radio alarm.  An iron and ironing board are also available.

The World Heritage Site of Ironbridge is nearby, as is the beautiful town of Ludlow with its renowned restaurants and castle. Many events, from the annual arts festival to regular antiques and farmers markets, are held there throughout the year.

For hikers, the Long Mynd is easily accessible and there is a host of other splendid walks, ranging from a gentle stroll to serious hill walking. The house is secluded and surrounded by open gardens, framed by two conjoining streams. Guests are welcome to wander, visit the animals and sit out on the sheltered patio.

We also offer single occupancy rates - please contact the B&B directly or visit our website for more information.


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Ratings and Awards

The AA Farm 4 Star GradingAA Breakfast Award


Working Farm Non smoking establishment Children Welcome Free Car parking TV Tea & coffee making facilities Pets by Arrangement Residents Lounge Garden Central heating


Self-Assessed Mobility Level 1

Note: Establishments may self assess themselves for accessibility. You are strongly advised to check directly with operators if you have specific access and mobility requirements.


From the junction of the A5/A458 (S) Shrewsbury. Take the A458 south to Much Wenlock. In Much Wenlock turn right on to the B4371. In Longville in the Dale turn right off the B4371 and follow the road bearing right.


The details displayed on this page are correct at the time of publication however, Shropshire Tourism would like to advise all visitors to check prices & opening times with the venue prior to traveling in case of changes that might have occured since the publication of this page. Whilst Shropshire Tourism endeavours to ensure that the information on this site is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy and Shropshire Tourism does not accept any liability for error or omission. The directions above are for planning purposes only and should be used alongside a general roadmap or satnav system. Variables such as road/construction works, traffic, weather conditions etc may cause alterations to the route.

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Meet Wenlock

The new 2012 Olympic Mascot.

Wenlock was created to celebrate the fact that the modern Olympic movement all started in Much Wenlock, Shropshire.