Lion + Pheasant Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLion + Pheasant Hotel Shrewsbury
The bed and breakfast is very pleasant! The staff is wonderful, the rooms are clean and spacious and there is plenty to do near by! Included breakfast is delicious and the bar/restaurant serves delicious food, The wait staff is also friendly and polite,
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... as one walks down narrow alley ways - historically speaking.
We really enjoyed spending time with Dawnie - our chauffeur, fashion advisor, tour guide and general advice counselor. Thank you Dawnie!
Trip went smooth and luggage taken with us in our 3 panniers so far has been sufficient as we sit here writing this entry after dinner (chicken and salad...thank you Dawnie!). So far so good for the Europe trip. We are both looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead.
... managed to get David to take a book and go and sit outside in the sun. Both of us dozed, then the wind came up a bit and we moved. About 6 we took ourselves off to get a meal. After some to-ing and fro-ing we found a pub. Had nice meal, broccoli and Stilton cheese soup followed by sirloin steak. Back 'home' before 8. Watched TV and headed to bed pretty early. Not too long to get to Liverpool tomorrow and we don't have to rush ...
... amp; Lloyd pulling the ropes to keep the boat straight.
Maggie was livid as we should have had right of way & was all set to speak to them when the lady in the other boat handed her a bottle of red wine when she passed us & apologised for the inconvenience.
Once we finally got through again we cruised back to where we were picked up. It was after 6.30pm, we couldn't believe where the day had gone, we had all had such a wonderful ...
... hangers or shelves, and very poor quality
new joinery. They remedied all the deficiencies except the curtains, and they
said they were full, so we did not try to get another room – at least not then.
Wait for the next instalment!
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... at the amazing buildings and found the seriously overhanging Henry Tudor House, where Henry VII stayed before the Battle of Bosworth. We also wandered around the outside of Shrewsbury Castle (built from the lovely red Shropshire sandstone, it looks more like a stately home than a fortress) and climbed Laura's Tower and the battlements.
Heading West, we next found our way to Ironbridge Gorge, an historical town on ...