16th Century Grade II Listed building near Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Situated in beautiful gardens, The Old House has been the Sharplin family home for over twenty two years. It is a 16th century Grade II listed building and was originally built as a ‘Hall House’.
Over the years it has undergone many changes, the most significant being the addition of two massive inglenook fireplaces built from pink Shropshire sandstone in the centre of the house, where originally there was just an open hearth fire with a hole in the roof. Surprisingly for such an early house, the ceilings are high, probably because the current floor level resulted from a cellar infill. The rooms are all large and with many exposed original beams.
The Old House Hilton Bed & Breakfast is situated on the A454, five miles from Bridgnorth in Shropshire and is also close to IronBridge, Wombourne, Telford and Wolverhampton
The Old House Hilton Bed & Breakfast is open all year round