Restaurant with Rooms in the Shropshire Countryside

Restaurant with Rooms in the Shropshire Countryside from The Waterdine

By: The Waterdine  24/02/2009
Keywords: Accommodation, restaurant, food

Welsh long house was originally built as a drover’s inn between 1540 and 1600.

This part of the Welsh Marches is officially designated an area of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by hills and secluded valleys the region is renowned for walking and riding and is an ideal touring centre

Nestling in the picturesque upper in the hamlet of Llanfairwaterdine (the church by the water) which was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. The Waterdine has the river Teme running at the bottom of the garden, which is the border between and at this point

We are approximately 30 miles from both to the north-east and to the south-west with the famous foodie town of only 18 miles away. The small market town of Knighton home to the Offa`s Dyke centre is about four miles away. the Cotswolds and the about 90 minutes driving time.

A quiet haven from the hurly burly of modern life, the Waterdine has been refreshing the weary traveller for literally hundreds of years. We are happy to continue the tradition of looking after your every need.

Each of our bedrooms is individually designed, decorated and furnished, to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Every room has en-suite bathroom or shower room colour television tea and coffee making facilities etc. all have views of the surrounding countryside

Keywords: Accommodation, Bed & Breakfast, Bed Breakfast, Eating and Drinking Places, food, hay, restaurant, walking, wine