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We had a friendly welcome and shown to our room. Whilst the room was not large, a lot of thought had gone into people's comfort. There were spare pillows in the wardrobe despite there being 4 on the bed. Most welcome was the fan as we were experiencing quite warm weather. The hospitality tray was ...
This is not a modern steel and glass building. It is an ancient historical complex of halls and suites that has kept the ambience without descending into cliche. Simple dining room in large hall with few tables. Placid and quiet. The breakfast, which is all we had at the hotel during the day, was ...
My friend and I arrived and were extremely pleased with Ironbridge View Guesthouse. The decor was tasteful and to a high finish. It was absolutely spotless and well equipped Extremely comfortable beds. The communication by the owners was informative, friendly and professional. Thank you
Telford, in the heart of Shropshire, attracts visitors throughout the year who come to explore the countryside, immerse themselves in local history or enjoy a taste of the great outdoors. With so many walking and cycling trails in the area, many couples and families like to get away from it all with a luxury hotel stay or spa weekend at one of Telford's five star hotels.
Historic star star inns in Telford offer a warm welcome and a wealth of amenities for families, couples and groups of friends enjoying a stay in the town. Most have free WiFi, on-site parking and a restaurant and bar; you'll find that restaurants usually serve local cuisine with a focus on high-quality produce from the surrounding area. Extras such as hypo-allergenic bedding, climate control and room service are on offer at some hotels, ensuring a relaxing stay.
There's plenty going on in Telford throughout the year, and staying at a luxury hotel in the town centre means you'll be within walking distance of the main attractions. Telford Town Park is the perfect place for a romantic picnic, or head for Telford Shopping Centre and treat your other half to a new outfit. A day trip to Sunnycroft House, owned by the National Trust, is a window into the Victorian era – afternoon tea in the Edwardian tea room is not to be missed.
Telford has its fair share of restaurants and bars, from new wine bars and eateries in Southwater Quay to chain restaurants in the Telford Shopping Centre and cosy tearooms on the High Street. Head out of the town centre and you'll find restaurants such as The Grove At Walcot, ideal for celebrating special occasions.
Telford's hotels offer all the amenities you could need for a relaxing stay, from climate control to free WiFi, and most also provide a complimentary breakfast with a range of options to choose from too. For a really special weekend, there are hotels with spa and health club facilities, where you can indulge in a range of treatments.