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BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel
Buildwas Road
Ironbridge
Shropshire

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BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel is a 3 star country house hotel, set on the banks of the River Severn in the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, surrounded by stunning award winning parkland, making it very favourable to both the corporate and leisure guests. This Georgian listed building has 44 individually designed en-suite bedrooms. All have direct dial telephone with wireless high speed internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, trouser press and hairdryers.

Less than 10 minutes walk down river from the hotel is the now World famous Ironbridge itself. This bridge has become a symbol of our bygone Industrial Heritage , the atmosphere of which has been recaptured by the many and varied Ironbridge Gorge Museums Sites. All the museum sites are within easy walking distance, or a short drive away from the hotel. BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel pre-dates the famous bridge by a quarter of a century and has historic links with the Darby family. The hotel's unique and sympathetic refurbishment blends ideally with the hotel's historic location. One-time servant quarters and stables have been 'absorbed' by the main hotel to provide 'mews style' accommodation, accessed by glass covered walkways.

The Chez Maw Restaurant is a stylish and relaxing place to dine offering excellent 2 AA Rosette awarded cuisine and a high standard of service. The A La Carte menu offers a wide variety of dishes with English and Continental influences, with a good selection of vegetarian dishes available. Our extensive wine list offers a selection of New World and Classic wines to complement your meal. Catering for up to 60 guests, the dining room has the benefit of an adjacent bar area that leads onto the patio overlooking stunning parkland and the River Severn.

BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel Ironbridge, is now becoming one of the county's most popular wedding reception venues. Whether you are looking for a small intimate wedding or a larger traditional wedding, look no further. Can you imagine sipping ice cold champagne on our outdoor terrace overlooking the park, then sitting down to a delicately cooked delicious meal, served by a friendly but professional team of skilled staff, who want to make your day special. BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel and Ironbridge itself, offers an idyllic setting with character and charm which can only enhance your day. We have two dedicated conference rooms, suitable for a variety of events including small meetings, residential conferences, team building events, or exhibitions. Located five minutes drive from Telford, one of Europe's fastest growing new towns. Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury are all within easy commuting distance. Excellent service and award winning food in a unique setting, make BEST WESTERN Valley Hotel an ideal venue for any occasion.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 44
Number Ensuite: 44

Price per Person

Double: 60
Twin: 60
Single: 95
Suite: 70
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Restaurant

Name: Chez Maw
Cuisine: Modern English with International influence
Chef: Barry Workman
Awards: 2 Rosettes

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