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Inns in Oswestry

Cross Keys Hotel
North Road
Llanymynech

Oswestry
Shropshire

SY22 6EA | View map

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This18th century Georgian Grade II listed building is situated in the delightful village of Llanymynech, which straddles the border of Shropshire, England, and Powys, Wales. Located on the Offas Dyke long-distance footpath, the Cross Keys Hotel is family-owned and run by your hosts, Justin and Paula. The hotel is great as a charming, comfortable base for walking holidays or from which to explore the beautiful countryside and visit the region’s many heritage sites, all of which are within easy reach. The surrounding landscape offers waterfalls, lakes and mountains. The Welsh border is just a few yards away and the historic towns of Shrewsbury and Oswestry are both within easy reach.

There are 7 rooms, each of which has a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The restaurant serves excellent modern British food, with an emphasis on the finest, freshest, free-range seasonal produce available locally. Private parking is available for guests behind the hotel with space for up to 15 cars. The hotel is one of those rare buildings where, by standing in the front door, you can have a foot in 2 countries, England and Wales.

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