Welcome to Broome Park Farm B&B

COVID-19 Status - We are now  pleased to be taking bookings from 10th of July. Please email or telephone if you wish to make a reservation. We will be offering a free cancellation service on all future bookings in case of further changes or localised lockdown. Due to the additional cleaning and exclusive use a minimum 2 night stay is needed. We are lucky that the guest accommodation is self contained so can ensure social distancing. As we reopen we offer exclusive use as an option for all bookings. We have carried out a detailed risk assessment and have made some changes to make your stay as safe as we can. Please ask for details if you have any concerns.

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Broome Park Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast is set in a tranquil, rural location, on the border of Shropshire and Worcestershire. We are located only a mile from the small market town of Cleobury Mortimer, famed for its crooked steeple, yet near to the bustling towns of Ludlow, Bewdley and Bridgnorth.

A stay at Broome Park Farm B&B is a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and just relax. 

The guest accommodation is spacious with a private sitting and dining room for the exclusive use of guests. See inside here! Free wifi is available throughout. There is plenty of outdoor space to enjoy too. Children love the trampoline, while parents can relax and enjoy the views across Neen Savage. Broome Park Farm is a working farm providing delicious local produce, if we don’t grow it ourselves we try to source it locally.   


Please book directly using our online booking link or phone or email for the personal touch. 

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Special Offers

We don't have any special offers at the moment but check back again to see what's on offer!

We do still have some availability for October half term week.