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Welcome to Everglades Bed and Breakfast

Address: Everglades B&B, Brynhafod Lane, Oswestry, SY11 1SH

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Within 20 minutes’ drive of Shrewsbury and Chester, Everglades Bed and Breakfast is 5 minutes' walk from Oswestry town centre and offers luxurious accommodation set in 1 acre of gardens. Around 4 miles from the Welsh border, this Shropshire B&B offers free WiFi and on-site parking and breakfast to enjoy in your room. Accessed via a private entrance, the guest rooms have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, mini-fridge, seating area and tea and coffee facilities. There is a balcony with views of the gardens, where there is outdoor seating. All rooms have an en suite bathroom and power shower, with toiletries and a hairdryer. The family room has a luxury free-standing bath. A breakfast hamper is delivered to your room each morning, with fresh bread, pastries, fruit, yoghurt, cereal and juice. The market town of Oswestry displays a mix of English and Welsh influences, and is just 10 miles from the World Heritage Site Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. The Old Oswestry Hillfort provides beautiful walks on the edge of the town, and 14th-century Chirk Castle is a 20-minute drive from Everglades Bed and Breakfast. The Offa's Dyke walking path is 2 miles away.

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Mile End Golf Club - Oswestry - Golf

Mile End Golf Club - Oswestry - Golf

Distance 2.19 miles (3.51 km)
Mile End Golf Club is a full size 18 hole course covering 135 acres on the Welsh borders of Shropshire. The original 9-hole course opened in 1992 with the additional 9 holes being completed in May 1996. The preparation and maturing of the course on converted farmland incorporated many of the 15,000 trees as a picturesque feature of the design. Long term development has always been at the heart of the club's policies and their careful design and layout of the course has brought many compliments from golfers and spectators alike. There is a modern club house offering a full bar and home made catering facilities for our 550+ members. Friendly staff are always on hand to look after you.

Llanymynech Golf Club - Oswestry - Golf

Llanymynech Golf Club - Oswestry - Golf

Distance 4.65 miles (7.43 km)
Positioned On the Welsh Border with the County of Shropshire lies Llanymynech Golf Club, affectionately known locally as "The Hill". Don't let that nickname put you off though, It is the unique position of the course atop one of the areas' most important historical hill forts, where Caractacus made his last stand against the Romans, that affords the breathtaking views of both the Shropshire Plains and the mountains of Snowdonia and Mid-Wales. The course measures just over 6000 yards and is set in over 100 acres of countryside seen as so valuable it has been declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Chirk Castle - Chirk - Castle

Chirk Castle - Chirk - Castle

Distance 5.31 miles (8.49 km)
Chirk Castle, occupied virtually continuously as a castle and stately home for almost 700 years, sits on a hilltop with its best views over the Ceiriog valley to the south. The successor to two known mottes in the area, it was probably built by Roger Mortimer, of the powerful Marcher family, who was granted the area by Edward I after the Welsh defeat in 1282. He was almost certainly given royal assistance in its design and construction, and its similarities to Beaumaris suggest that work may have started as late as 1295, perhaps in response to the Welsh rising of 1294.