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Buckatree Hall Hotel
The Wrekin


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The Swallow Buckatree Hall is a renowned comfortable country house, with its own mature gardens and private lake, offering a relaxing retreat where you can escape from the pressures of day to day life.

Many of our well appointed bedrooms enjoy scenic views of the hotel's beautiful lake and garden, providing a memorable setting in which you can relax, unwind and simply enjoy your stay.

In our Terrace Restaurant and Brahms Bar you can enjoy the friendly atmosphere where a wide and varied selection of drinks and dishes from around the world are served daily. We pride ourselves on our exceptional standards of service in both the restaurants and throughout the hotel, with our approachable staff always on hand to ensure your comfort.

The hotel is also renowned for successfully hosting business conferences and weddings. So whether your visit is purely for leisure or linked to business, you'll receive a high standard of friendly and professional service, and experience a refreshing and welcoming atmosphere at the Swallow Buckatree Hall.


Number of Rooms: 62
Number Ensuite: 62
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