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Tudor House Hotel
1-3 Cheshire Street
Market Drayton

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The Tudor House Hotel is a traditional 17th Century character property. Built in 1652, all 10 bedrooms feature original beam work. We offer a variety of bedrooms: Single, Single (for double occupancy), Double, Family (for upto 4) and Four Poster. All Bedrooms are en-suite, some with both bath and shower, central heating, remote control TV, radio alarm clock, full hospitality tray and complimentary toilletries. Our Restaurant; 1652 is open daily from 0700 where you can enjoy either a Full Traditional Breakfast or a lighter choice; all freshly prepared by our Breakfast Chef. Food is available all day at The Tudor House and we offer an excellent range of Light Bites, Traditional Lunches - many to chefs own recepies and an excellent A la Carte menu. Also, our bar stocks a wide range of beers, wines and spirits. Parking is just 100 yards away and is offered free of charge to patrons.The Tudor House Hotel is the perfect base for business or pleasure. We are centrally located in the pretty town of Market Drayton, close to the Shropshire Union Canal, all major road links and within easy reach of Chester, Crewe, Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton and Stoke on Trent.

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