Upper Rectory restaurant offers a unique experience in superb French influenced cuisine, focusing on locally sourced, fresh, seasonal produce. Kerry Houlker is an accomplished, award winning chef, preparing all dishes and accompaniments for her special 7 course seasonal “Tasting” menu. Upper Rectory is also a relaxed and friendly rural retreat, offering traditional accommodation in an intimate and romantic Shepherd’s Hut located in the meadow adjacent to the restaurant.
Plasdwpa is a working Beef & Poultry farm situated 1.5 miles from Berriew.
Sensational views overlooking the Severn Valley and the Shropshire Hills. All ensuite or private bathrooms, all room with views and everything provided to help make your stay an ejoyable experience.
Peace and tranquility, central for all attractions.
Berriew, Powys SY2 8PS
Tel: 01686 640298
Mobile: 07825 787289
This 17th century inn is packed with period features and boasts a selection of fine comfortable bedrooms, a restaurant and bistro. The Bar in the Lion is a regular haunt for local characters and very popular with visitors to the area.
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Situated adjacent to the River Rhiw the Talbot is said to be one of the oldest buildings in the village. With 6 en-suite bedrooms all featuring freeview, tea & coffee facilities, wireless internet connection and single tariff from only £40.00 per night including breakfast, the Talbot is truly a great value Hotel.
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THE OLD CORNER SHOP, BERRIEW
Since closing as a village Post Office, The Old Corner Shop has undergone an extensive refurbishment, transforming it into a comfortable and attractive holiday home. The cottage has everything guests will need to enjoy a relaxing break. Free wifi is available.
The cottage has two king size bedrooms and a bed-settee in the lounge allowing the cottage to sleep six people if necessary. Flexible changeover days and short breaks are available.