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Albrighton is a small village about five miles north of historic Shrewsbury, indeed closer to the site of the Battle of Shrewsbury than Shrewsbury itself, close to the course of the Severn... Read More.

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Wayside Guest House

Wayside Guest House

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A warm welcome awaits you at Wayside situated in a convenient location for many tourist attractions throughout Shropshire and yet offering easy access to the cities of Wolverhampton and Birmingham. 2.5km ... More

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Albrighton Hall Hotel & Spa (0.01 miles)

Albrighton Hall Hotel & Spa
Deep in the Shropshire countryside, nestled amongst 15 acres of landscaped grounds, Mercure Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa was built in 1630 as a manor house, and is today steeped in history and still boasting ... More | visit website
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Albright Hussey Manor Hotel (0.67 miles)

Albright Hussey Manor Hotel

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 ... More | visit website

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Penn Peel Cottage B&B (1.38 miles)

Penn Peel Cottage B&B
GOLD AWARD B&B and rated as one of the top B&Bs in Shropshire, close to the medieval town of Shrewsbury, Penn Peel Cottage is one of Britain's Finest accommodation and dates back to 1860. Luxurious ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Shrewsbury Battlefield (1.50 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Saracens at Hadnall (1.94 miles)

Saracens at Hadnall
Saracens is a former 18th century coaching inn set in the Shropshire countryside, 5 miles north of the historic town of Shrewsbury. Owned and operated by 37 year-old, Kentish-born Ben & 35 year-old Texan, Allison ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Shrewsbury (Harmers Hill) (2.40 miles)

A wonderful countryside location, well situated for Shrewsbury town centre, Shrewsbury Castle and historic Ironbridge Gorge. Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M54 and A49 and just over 1 mile from Yorton train station. Our ... More | visit website
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Sydney House Hotel (3.03 miles)

Sydney House Hotel
Sydney House Hotel is less than a 10 minute walk from the town centre and is close to all railway, bus and road links. Please enjoy exploring our website and we look forward to welcoming ... More | visit website
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The Vaults (3.40 miles)

The Vaults
The Vaults is friendly independent pub, located in the heart of Shrewsbury town centre, only strides away from the train station. We have a wide selection of drinks at reasonable prices, including guest ales – ... More | visit website
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Shrewsbury Hotel (3.57 miles)

Shrewsbury Hotel

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The evolution of Shrewsbury has seen the town, first mentioned in a charter dating back to the year 901, develop into a stunning historic and artistic centre, with over 660 ... More

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Anton Guest House (3.58 miles)

Anton Guest House
We offer you a warm and friendly welcome to Anton Guest House. An early Edwardian (1905) Gentleman's residence, we have recently undergone refurbishment to offer our guests the best of four star comfort and service, whilst retaining much ... More | visit website

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