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Inns in Much Wenlock

Plume of Feathers
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Much Wenlock
Shropshire

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A 16th Century country Inn with 9 letting rooms all en-suite with restaurant specialising in good quality cooking with seasonal local produce at reasonable prices. The Bar serves real ale from local independent breweries and an extensive wine menu served by the glass, in traditional surroundings including a full sized cider press and Charles I oak bedhead, Inglenook fireplace and beamed ceilings. We are also covered by Wi-Fi internet connection for those unfortunate to have to work during their stay.Within 15 Minutes drive of both Shrewsbury and Telford a perfect place to stay for conference delegates at the Telford International Centre or anyone with business appointments in the area.Also only 10 minutes from the World Heritage site of the Ironbridge Gorge with all its attractions and the Gastronomic capital of Ludlow.In an area of outstanding natural beauty catering for people fond of outdoor pursuits including fishing, shooting, and within easy access of several golf courses and the Shropshire hills with Wenlock Edge making a backdrop to the beer garden.

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