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County - Shropshire | Map
Tel code: 01952 | code search
Postcode: TF12 | code search
Population: 4900
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The Old Rectory
"Good Points: Beautiful room, very picturesque location. The Staff were friendly and attentive. Amazing full English breakfast it was scrumptcous best I've had in ages! Would recommend to all. Bad Points: ..." More

The Old Rectory
"Booked into the Old Rectory on our wedding night, and received and received an angry, appalling reception from the owner/ manager on our arrival at 11.45. Shocked and disappointed.

Date visited: 16 ..." More

The Old Rectory
"General review: Great place to stay, room was brilliant and the staff very friendly. Would recommend a visit.

Date visited: 2008-01-24 ..." More

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Broseley is to be found in Shropshire and despite its setting today it was not always this picturesque. It was in the17th century a thriving industrial area and then in the 18th and 19th centuries it grew as a major centre for coal mining, iron manufacture earthenware and possibly the manufacture of glass products although there is very little evidence remaining. It had close links with Coalbrookdale on the opposite side of the River Severn and in 1779 the world famous Iron Bridge was built to link these two settlements and the town of Ironbridge was created. Originally a Saxon clearance within the Royal Forests covering most of Ironbridge Gorge, today the twisting country lanes and old buildings provide a rural haven from the towns industrial past. The town centre has a number of local and traditional shops but the inherent character of the village is in the mix of its architecture spanning some three centuries. From the 17th century there still exists the “Jitties” – an irregular network of lanes and enclosed footpaths – these were once in danger of being lost but today have been restored under a conservation programme to provide an insight of the original town layout. Today this pretty little village with its wealth of history still attracts visitors from all over.


Benthall Hall (National Trust)


Sw Shiv Giri Baba


Broseley Dental Practice


The Surgery

Pub and Bar

Albion Inn
Butchers Bar
Duke of York
Ye Olde Tavern


Faysols Restaurant
Moon Hon Cantonese Restaurant
The King & Thai


Broseley C of E Primary School
John Wilkinson Primary School


Broseley Taxis


Bishtons Nursery
Pink House

Places to Stay near Broseley

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The Old Rectory (0.56 miles)

The Old Rectory

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The Old Rectory is a 5 STARS GUEST HOUSE, set within 2 acres of landscaped gardens, and has recently been elegantly restored. The quality and standard of re-decoration and furnishings is ... More

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Wharfage Cottage Bed and Breakfast (0.95 miles)

Wharfage Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Wharfage Cottage is a cosy comfortable place to stay in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge Heritage Site. All rooms overlook the river and 3 minutes walk to the iron bridge, local shops, cafes and ... More | visit website
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Shakespeare Inn (1.00 miles)

Shakespeare Inn
The Shakespeare Inn is over 200 years old situated in the heart of the world heritage site of the Ironbridge Gorge, and within easy walking distance to the Coalport China Museum, the Blists Hill Museum, ... More | visit website
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The Calcutts House (1.00 miles)

The Calcutts House
The Calcutts House is located in the riverside village of Jackfield in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge; the birth place of the Industrial Revolution.We offer warm hospitality in our 18th Century former Ironmasters house; ... More | visit website
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Malthouse Restaurant and Rooms (1.09 miles)

Malthouse Restaurant and Rooms

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Fantastic riverside location with 12 ensuite letting rooms all individually designed, 6 in the main part of the building and 6 in the Bakehouse Annex next door. The Bakehouse has ... More

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Meadow Inn (1.39 miles)

Meadow Inn

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Inspired by the spirit of excellence and innovation that first made the beautiful Severn Valley world famous over 200 years ago; The Meadow Inn combines traditional values of hospitality and ... More

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Madeley Court (1.83 miles)

Madeley Court

Skilfully transformed from a 16th century manor house into a premier country hotel, the Madeley Court Hotel (formerly known as Clarion Hotel Telford) gives you a unique opportunity to appreciate the splendour and architectural history ... More | visit website


Telford Corus Hotel (2.40 miles)

Telford Corus Hotel
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Overlooking The Splendor Of The Ironbridge Gorge And Its Historic Bridge, This Hotel Offers Every Modern Comfort Including Its Own 18-Hole Championship Golf Course And ... More
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Premier Inn Telford Central (2.52 miles)

A great town centre location, this Premier Inn is conveniently located for amenities and attractions including a cinema and Telford Central train station, which is next door to this hotel. Located within easy reach of ... More | visit website
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Foundry Masters House (2.79 miles)

Foundry Masters House

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This early 1800's detached property previously built for the Foundry Master of the nearby Coalbrookdale works has been lovingly restored by the owners of the nearby Coalbrookdale Inn to reflect ... More

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