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Fallow

The Fallow room is one of our two kingsize double rooms which has the flexibility of booking as a double or twin room. Looking over the front of The Haughmond towards the main heart of the village of Upton Magna and quaint little school. The en suite bathroom has a walk in rainhead shower with heated towel rail.  Personal toiletries include shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, body lotion and shower cap. All you could need with a hearty breakfast for a great nights stay!

All our rooms are equipped with:

  • White crisp cotton bedlinens and soft luxurious towels, [microfibre head towels and bathrobes are also available on request].
  • Anti allergy bedding.
  • Hot drinks tray.Bottled water
  • Flatscreen 'smart' internet televisions offering netflix, iplayer etc (28" or 32")
  • Rainhead powerful showers
  • Free WiFi is available throughout the building (Fibre optic is installed for max speeds)
  • Personal toiletries
  • Full length mirror, digital alarm clock with MP3 adapter & hair dryer
  • Iron & ironing board available on request
  • Late arrivals / check out available by prior request
  • Breakfast is included in all room rates

Double or Twin Occupancy £90 Single Occupancy £80

Did you know?
The Fallow DearThese elegant deer have long been prized as ornamental species and their history is closely linked to that of deer parks. Fallow deer were first brought to Britain from the western Mediterranean during the Roman period, when they were kept within enclosures known as ‘vivaria’. Genetic analysis has shown that these Roman fallow deer went extinct in Britain following the collapse of the Roman Empire. It was not until the 11th century that fallow deer were reintroduced, this time from the eastern Mediterranean. Initially they were kept in parks as rare exotica but gradually their populations increased and they became an important source of venison for aristocratic tables.  As the fashion for deer parks declined in the 15th century, many parks fell into disrepair and these medieval escapee deer are the foundation of the free-living population in Britain today.