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I received a very warm welcome and was shown to my room (the orange room).
The room was a good size and had a large ensuite with a very large bath. The furniture was old and full of character but was in excellent condition and...More
What a lovely place to stay - small and quaint with excellent service and lovely rooms. The breakfast is £15 per person so on the expensive side but well worth it with loads of choice
I will be visiting again soon
Sightseeing in Shrewsbury today we (a group of ten) found the beautiful Drapers Hall.
Although the establishment was closed at the time we were welcomed in to look around.
The public rooms that we saw were superb, full of history with a roaring log fire...More
We had booked this venue months in advance as a festive meal with friends. We had booked the babysitters and were looking forward to a meal with friends. On arrival we waited for a long period before being asked for our drinks order. When the...More
The hotel is perfectly situated, very close to the town centre but on the edge tucked in a quiet street. It is beautiful inside with a boutique feel. Our suite (The Wool Suite) was quirky; low beams, an odd shape but perfect. New bathroom, comfy...More
USD 133 - USD 219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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