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Reviewed 22 June 2014

Despite pleasant and (sort-of) welcoming hosts (husband seemed on another planet), this place needs much attention to deserve any paying guests. I can see why those who have been coming for years have rather got used to it but it's in need severely of a refurbishment and rethink. The room was terribly cramped with awful beds - nearly on the floor like at army camp - and a TV from the 80s. The carpet was simply dreadful, well the ghastly design anyway. Breakfast was agreed at 0830hrs but nothing was ready and it took another 45 mins to get any food. I had to ask for a drink. I'm sorry to be critical of clearly nice hosts but I have to report what I found.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Vega77
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Reviewed 29 May 2014

Old Time is a 15th Century listed building in the centre of Bishops Castle. The landlady was helpful and welcoming, and cooked me a lovely breakfast in the morning, while I watched the chickens in her garden. She even arranged baggage transfer while I walked on to my next accommodation. They handily post their availability on their web site.

Room Tip: The Blue and Pink Rooms are on the street and the Cruck Room is further back. I stayed in the Blue Room which was pretty quiet (even on a Saturday night).
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled solo
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Thank lynxwhisker
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Reviewed 4 August 2013

We have stayed at Old Time many times and have found each one highly enjoyable. Jane is always very friendly , the rooms are very clean and the breakfasts are amazing. If you want a laid back friendly place to stay and enjoy the delights of Bishops Castle and the surrounding area then I can't think of anywhere better than Old Time B&B.

Room Tip: Look at Old Times website as there are detailed descriptions of the bedrooms to help you choose.
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank JonathanMary
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Reviewed 18 April 2013

The Old Time B&B is a very much like it's name (in a good way). We stayed for two nights and really enjoyed it. Especially breakfasts! Lovely fry up with fresh eggs from their own hens. Very peaceful little town, good location, beautiful views (it's a shame that weather wasn't that great during our stay).

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank annamariafresa
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

We stayed at the Old Time for 2 nights and Jane was a very warm and welcoming host. We stopped in the Cruck room which is a small double ensuite shower room which we were aware of when booking and suited us. Also probably a quieter room as at the side of the building. If you want a room with more space then book the Pink Room. Although the furniture/decor was a bit dated the room was very clean and Jane offered us tea/coffee on arrival. The b&b is in a quirky and very unique building and is very centrally located. Breakfast is taken in the kitchen around a large table with other guests which makes breakfast a very sociable affair. Jane cooks and chats and the atmosphere is nice and informal. One of the best cooked breakfasts we have eaten and fab homemade bread. The b& b is excellent value for money and the location is great for a variety of walks and with 6 pubs on the doorstep you're spoilt for choice. Six Tuns v good for food. Six Bells v friendly locals to chat with.

  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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