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Furnace House, Telford, Shropshire

Furnace House
Furnace House
64 Furnace Lane
Trench

Telford
Shropshire

TF2 7JE | View map

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Furnace House is a small family run 3 star bed and breakfast located in the heart of Telford with close proximity to many local attractions and the vibrant commercial centres in the area. We are very proud of the rooms we have available for guests which have been designed with your comfort in mind. When we started the business we contacted Enjoy England, so we could receive accreditation, this proved to be a valuable exercise. Their help and expertise has ensured we can offer our guests a relaxing stay, with all our rooms decorated and furnished to a high standard. Following their guidelines and more importantly putting ourselves in the customerï¾’s shoes, we have added the little extras to offer our guests a home from home environment. Making a home from home experience for our guests is high on the agenda and our less formal approach certainly appeals to our recent visitors since opening. No regimental breakfast times that must be strictly adhered to, if you are on a weekend break and wish to have a little longer in bed please be our guest. All our rooms have en-suite facilities, the all important welcome tray so you can enjoy a refreshing cup of tea or coffee whatever the time of day and a flat screen TV.

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