We opened our Victorian home as a boutique B&B in 2018 are delighted that after just 12 months we have been awarded 9.8 out of 10 in Booking.com’s Guest Review Awards. (January 2019)
Stay at Chilton House
Quirky, elegant & extremely comfortable, Oswestry’s Chilton House B & B is in Ferrers Road, a few minutes walk from Oswestry Town centre. There are three large en-suite bedrooms, one large double with super king size bed (Monopoly) with a full bathroom featuring a roll top bath and stand alone shower, one double with king size bed (Chess) with en-suite shower room and one double (Scrabble) with en-suite shower room. The executive king size en-suite can also accommodate an extra single bed.
Hospitality at Chilton House
Having spent many years with our own hotel and restaurant, we enjoy offering a special blend of hospitality and excellent cuisine to our guests. A Shropshire breakfast starts the day and evening meals are available by prior request. Guests can relax in the large sitting room which features an open fire during cooler months. Free Wi-Fi is available, and all guests’ bedrooms have fridges, Nespresso coffee machines, Hypnos beds, Smart TVs and USB charging sockets on the wall. There is free off road parking at Chilton House for about 5 cars. You can book online or, to get our latest prices and availability, you can phone or email us directly.
Chilton House – near Oswestry Town Centre
A short stroll from Oswestry town centre at the corner of Park Street and Ferrers Road, Chilton House Bed and Breakfast is ideal for guests who want to enjoy the market town of Oswestry and also for visitors who may be working or visiting friends and family in or near Oswestry.
Chilton House – nearby Oswestry attractions
Our BandB is only 3 miles from Oswestry’s famous Orthopaedic Hospital, Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, less than 2 miles to Whittington House, the BT Centre, and Oswestry Showground and also within walking distance of Oswestry School.
Visitors love that Powis, Chirk and Whittington Castles are close by and the Unesco World Heritage site of Pontcysyllte Aqueduct justifies a day out on its own.
We look forward to meeting you soon – Robert and Melissa