The original Parlors Hall, according to local historical records, was built in the 12th century, but it was the the Parlor Family who lived in the Hall from 1419 to 1539 who gave it their name. Manyother families occupied the Hall over the next 400 years, each contributing some feature of design and decor of their period. As a result the Hall is not typical of any particular era but has the charm of many.
Behind a stunning yet conventional Victorian façade, lies a chic and bijou hotel that dares to be different. With just 10 bedrooms, the Station Hotel is cosy and intimate, whilst still offeringexceptional quality and service. Relax and enjoy a freshly brewed coffee whilst taking in the stunning views of the imposing red sandstone castle. Tuck into one of the freshly prepared mouth-watering dishes from the bistro menu.
Whitchurch is one of the oldest continually inhabited settlements in the country. It has been a busy town since Roman times, when it was called Mediolanum. The town's High Street was built over theoriginal Roman road known as "Watling Street" that connected Chester to London. Emperors such as Hadrian and Constantine would certainly have passed through Whitchurch on their travels.
The Wynnstay Hotel was established as a Coaching Inn being a perfect stop off for people travelling between Liverpool, Cardiff, London & Holyhead. The Hotel dates back to 1727, built in a very typicalGeorgian style. The Hotel has been privately owned for 30 years by a local family who have sympathetically restored, renovated and extended the hotel.
The Swan Hotel is a family run business, owned by Chris and Barbara Witton for over 30 years. They strive to ensure a welcoming, friendly atmosphere to all guests. The Hotel is located on the edge ofthe famous small market town of Wellington and its location makes it an ideal base for touring the beautiful county of Shropshire or whilst visiting on business.
On a foggy, damp day in February 1985; Henry, Sylvia and oldest son David, had an appointment to view the Hundred House Hotel, that had been closed for two years. Henry and David saw potential in theplace, but Sylvia was somewhat more hesitant. The family had renovated and run the Greyhound in Buckinghamshire, but felt the place too small.
Here you will find a special atmosphere (in the words of our visitors), and we'll care for you as our guests: seeing you're comfortably accommodated and well fed, enjoying produce from our farm, aswell as our talented local food producers. In the evening enjoy a glass of wine by an open fire. We can be found in the nurturing Shropshire countryside, where you can Escape to the Country on walks in our private woodland and farm or by the river banks exclusive to our guests: home to rare wildlife.
The Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel is ideally located within easy access of junction 4 of the M54 motorway and less than 5 minutes from the centre of Telford. Enjoy the peaceful experience of theMercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel renowned for its superb service and cuisine. The Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel is a 16th Century Manor House steeped in history offering both the facilities of a modern hotel and the ambience of a beautiful Manor House in countryside surroundings.
Comfortably nestling in Shrewsbury's historic town centre, The Golden Cross Hotel offers a whimsically glamorous alternative for visitors bored with the tame impersonality of chain hotels. We welcomeanyone who loves character and quirkiness and has a healthy appetite for delicious food. An intoxicating mix of the best of contemporary interiors sprinkled liberally with shabby chic and antique glamour, our mission at The Golden Cross is simple: we offer a 'home from home'.
Whether its a single, double or family room, all our bedrooms have private en suite shower rooms and are fully equipped with colour television, radio, tea and coffee making facilities and trouserpress. Laundry services are available and irons/ironing boards and hair driers may be obtained upon request.
We offer you a hearty homemade meal, using fresh ingrediants from local suppliers, washed down with a glass of real ale or a smooth Merlot. You can rest under our fresh linen and be awakened with arefreshing shower. Breakfast is as hearty as dinner with free range eggs and other local produce.
Stay Above an award winning Real Ale and Belgian beer bar, we have ample parking and we are a short drive from the Iron Bridge Gorge World Heritage site and also only a short drive to historicShrewsbury, Shropshire's historic medieval county town. Just a few minutes from the M54 motorway and with easy access to the Telford International Exhibition Centre. Wellington Railway station is only a ten minute walk away.
Located in the very heart of the beautiful historic town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire, The Lion Hotel combines stunning 16th Century architecture with every classical comfort. Famous for its warm andfriendly welcome and wonderfully traditional character, the hotel is perfectly situated to enable guests to enjoy all that this unique area has to offer.
Refreshingly different, Buckatree Hall Hotel in Telford is a renowned country house hotel at the foot of the famous Wrekin in tranquil Shropshire. The hotels Lakeside Restaurant offers a choice ofperfectly cooked contemporary cuisine in addition to the stylishly decorated Lander Bar & Lounge with a selection of lighter and more traditional meals.
The Whitehouse Hotel in Telford is located just off the M54 at junction 6, with direct access to the M5/M6 and M42; 15 minutes from the medieval town of Shrewsbury and the World Heritage site of theIronbridge Gorge Museums. The Telford Whitehouse Hotel boasts extensive leisure facilities including a gymnasium, swimming pool, sauna, solarium, Jacuzzi and steam room.
The Lord Hill Hotel & Restaurant is ideally situated on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, just a 10 minute walk from the picturesque and historic town centre, and within easy access to all major motorwaynetworks. The Lord Hill is an early 19th century grade 2 listed, family owned & managed 3 Star Hotel, which offers the perfect combination of timeless elegance & modern facilities.
Situated in the heart of the small country market town of Church Stretton, Shropshire, The Bucks Head is adjacent to the town car park and on the door step of local shops and services. Just a fewminutes walk away is The Long Mynd, a vast area of hills and moor land, much of it belonging to The National Trust. The Bucks Head has four first floor letting rooms all of which are en-suite and have tea/coffee making facilities together with radio alarms, hairdryer, full length mirrors and television.
This includes full English breakfast, and is available from Monday to Thursday inclusive only, excluding all Bank Holidays and subject to availability, Double occupancy basis. Payment of the Room infull at the time of the reservation, not transferable and not refundable. Dinner reservation must be made at the time of reservation and 3 courses must be taken in full.
The Royal Victoria Hotel is the ONLY hotel in the town centre. A beautiful listed building set in the heart of the Shropshire countryside. The Grade II listed hotel dates back to 1830 and was namedafter a visit by the Princess Royal and her mother in 1832. Today it operates to full capacity, catering for casual drinking, a la carte meals, and events along with comfortable accommodation and extensive function facilities.
Our relaxing accommodation, spacious public rooms, intimate bar and elegant restaurant create an atmosphere of refined comfort second to none. A weekend break at Haughton Hall offers you the perfectretreat break and the ideal location to immerse yourself in the tranquil and peaceful surroundings of beautiful Shropshire.