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County - Shropshire | Map
Tel code: 01952 | code search
Postcode: TF8 | code search
Population: 2500
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October
Annual Craft Exhibition
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Shropshire Guild of Contemporary Craft

November
Bonfire Night
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Meadow Inn
"Good Points: Friendly, cooperative staff Bad Points: Being faced with a bill for the room when departing. Credit Card details had been given when booking. Was not aware that charge had ..." More

The Calcutts House
"We booked room in calcutts house to find we were staying in a garage conversion of 4 flats so tiny it was ridiculous.I am only 5' 1'' and bumped my ..." More

Foundry Masters House
"Stayed for three nights in the Foundry Masters House, and ate in the Coalbrookdale Inn, owned and run by the same couple. I could not fault any aspect of our ..." More

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"Coalbrookdale, Telford – The Fat Frog restaurant near Ironbridge is incredible! The only downside is the parking being down quite a steep lane to the side of the restaurant. ..." More

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The village of Ironbridge rests easily alongside the River Severn in Shropshire and is possibly most famous for the structure after which the town is named - the ironbridge built by Abraham Darby III with the distinction of being the first cast iron bridge to be constructed in the world in 1779 and in 1986 the Ironbridge Gorge was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO in recognition of its contribution to the Industrial Revolution. There is more to Ironbridge than this though, it represents a step back in history where at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum you can experience life in Victorian times for it is here at Blists Hill you can become part of Victorian life. The Blists Hill Victorian town is where you can visit a range of Victorian shops or see how the Victorians made their daily household objects, visit the blacksmith’s shop or the printers everything is an accurate representation of what life was like. The Ironbridge Gorge though is more than this, it offers some spectacular scenery and for those who prefer to enjoy local sights there are walks around and through the town that all provide glimpses of the past, a stroll along the banks of the River Severn will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Ironbridge.

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Places to Stay near Ironbridge

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Wharfage Cottage Bed and Breakfast (0.12 miles)

Wharfage Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Wharfage Cottage is a cosy comfortable place to stay in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge Heritage Site. All rooms overlook the river and 3 minutes walk to the iron bridge, local shops, cafes and ... More | visit website
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Malthouse Restaurant and Rooms (0.29 miles)

Malthouse Restaurant and Rooms

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Fantastic riverside location with 12 ensuite letting rooms all individually designed, 6 in the main part of the building and 6 in the Bakehouse Annex next door. The Bakehouse has ... More

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Shakespeare Inn (0.49 miles)

Shakespeare Inn
The Shakespeare Inn is over 200 years old situated in the heart of the world heritage site of the Ironbridge Gorge, and within easy walking distance to the Coalport China Museum, the Blists Hill Museum, ... More | visit website
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Meadow Inn (0.76 miles)

Meadow Inn

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Inspired by the spirit of excellence and innovation that first made the beautiful Severn Valley world famous over 200 years ago; The Meadow Inn combines traditional values of hospitality and ... More

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The Calcutts House (0.85 miles)

The Calcutts House
The Calcutts House is located in the riverside village of Jackfield in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge; the birth place of the Industrial Revolution.We offer warm hospitality in our 18th Century former Ironmasters house; ... More | visit website
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The Old Rectory (1.00 miles)

The Old Rectory

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The Old Rectory is a 5 STARS GUEST HOUSE, set within 2 acres of landscaped gardens, and has recently been elegantly restored. The quality and standard of re-decoration and furnishings is ... More

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Madeley Court (1.26 miles)

Madeley Court

Skilfully transformed from a 16th century manor house into a premier country hotel, the Madeley Court Hotel (formerly known as Clarion Hotel Telford) gives you a unique opportunity to appreciate the splendour and architectural history ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Telford Central (1.89 miles)

A great town centre location, this Premier Inn is conveniently located for amenities and attractions including a cinema and Telford Central train station, which is next door to this hotel. Located within easy reach of ... More | visit website
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Telford Corus Hotel (1.99 miles)

Telford Corus Hotel
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Overlooking The Splendor Of The Ironbridge Gorge And Its Historic Bridge, This Hotel Offers Every Modern Comfort Including Its Own 18-Hole Championship Golf Course And ... More
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The Old Rectory of St James (2.06 miles)

The Old Rectory of St James
Originally the Rectory of St James' Church dating from the 17th Century. The Old Rectory has been a haven for guests for many years, offering quality bed and breakfast accommodation. Close to the bustling centre ... More | visit website

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