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Albright Hussey Manor Hotel
Ellesmere Road

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The Albright Hussey Hotel is a listed Grade II moated country house hotel renowned for its excellent accommodation, superb food, fine wines and impeccable service.

First recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Elbretone', today the Albright Hussey retains all the charm and character of its history. In 1292 to avoid confusion with other place names similar to 'Albrighton' the name 'Hussey' was added after the family who occupied it. The Hussey family remained here until the 17th century. The Battle of Shrewsbury was fought on neighbouring fields in 1403 when Henry IV defeated Henry Hotspur, and during the Civil War, the Hussey was used to garrison the Royalist troops of Charles I.

The present owners, Mr and Mrs Franco Subbiani, purchased the Albright Hussey in March 1988 with their son Paul. They have personally supervised the restoration programme paying meticulous attention to every detail of this Historic House, making it one of the finest hotels in the area.

Mr Franco Subbiani, orginally from Florence, has an international reputation as an Hotelier and with Paul taking the role of General Manager, guests are certainly offered the 'Personal Touch'.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 26
Number Ensuite: 26

Price per Room:

Double: From £110
Single: From £79
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Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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