Sumptuous Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Shropshire at the Old Courthouse
Walford Court was thought to have been built as a courthouse, and within these walls resides the charm and character of 500 years of life. Deep oak beams contain carvings and ritual marks of carpenters long gone – there are no new extensions for guests to stay in – all bedrooms and sitting rooms share in the complete character of the house. We do have a few uneven floors, and low beams, but the ceiling height is generous and the rooms are large, as befitted a courthouse.
We have 3 rooms available for Bed and Breakfast accommodation, comprising 2 very roomy suites with sitting rooms, and a very large double room with a sitting area. All are en-suite.
Breakfasts are served in our beautiful dining room, with its inglenook fireplace and bread oven. Through the large oak leaded windows you can view the gardens and ancient yew trees. On fine days in the Summer we are happy to serve meals in the garden. In the winter we’ll keep you cosy with our wood-burning stove.