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04th May - 12th May
11th May - 12th May
18th November 2017, guest from .:
"Hospitality excellent. Room extremely comfortable."
"The view from Clee Hill viewing site must not be missed.
Lunch at Bistro7 in Corve St was excellent. Also the service.
A Spanish tapas restaurant found by accident in a courtyard below the Edinburgh Woollen Mill shop also excellent. Chefs are Spanish."
We had a brilliant stay at the Graig B&B. The owners were incredibly hospitable, the rooms were light and clean, the country setting was both tranquil and beautiful with a view across to the Malvern Hills, and the breakfast was brilliant. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend staying at this B&B.
29th October 2017, guest from .:
"Me and my mum arrived at the Craig bed and breakfast on the 26/10/17 at 4:30pm the family made us very welcome they made us a cup of tea and they showed us to are room the room very lovely then we went in the lounge and had are cup off tea the family made us a beautiful real fire with real logs in the lounge a we watch television in the lounge we felt at home at the Craig bed and breakfast. On the 27/10/17 breakfast was 8:30 till 9:30 am we had breakfast at 9am the family made us feel welcome at breakfast Katy made us coffee we had fruit followed by a lovely fantastic full English breakfast .we loved are stay there at the Craig bed And Breakfast."
Loved every minute what a great family business.
Thank You so much!
Katy and Lorraine could not have been more helpful or friendly, and the breakfasts and afternoon cakes were to die for. Loved the avocado toast with poached eggs,feta and tomatoes,and the home made granola and compote; in fact all the breakfast choices were superb.
Thank you for the recipes.
Tips for other travellers
As recommended by our hosts, we too would recommend the Church Inn in Ludlow. The Ludlow Food Centre near the race course was also worthy of a foody fix.
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