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Morgans The Exchange Hotel
1 Bellstone
Shrewsbury
Shropshire

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Morgans at The Exchange Hotel is a newly refurbuished hotel, cafe, lounge bar and restaurant situated in the heart of Shrewsbury. We are within easy walking distance of numerous visitor attractions, such as the new Theatre Severn, the main shoping areas around Pride Hill, the high street, railway station, St Chads Church, Shrewsbury Cathedral and other local churches. The Quarry Park, where the Shrewsbury Flower Show is held annually, is just behind us 2 minutes walk away.Morgans at The Exchange Hotel is a family owned and run business. We aim to offer a high standard of customer service with a personal touch. We have 3 double rooms, 1 family room and 2 twin rooms all of which are fully en-suite. The rooms are light, bright and airy, with good size bathrooms. All rooms are fully fursnished and come with flat screen televisions and built in dvd players, radio alarm clock, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and free wifi. Parking is available directly outside the hotel, this is free from 630pm to 8am or alternativly there are several car parks nearby

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