Wellington

Wellington is effectively a western suburb of Telford, though it still operates its old market and has its own centre with good amenities, and of course predates its neighbour by centuries. The Georgian church is a particularly fine one... Read More

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Lord Nelson Hotel

Lord Nelson Hotel

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A privately run hotel offering basic accommodation at hostel prices. A converted Grade II listed house with a wealth of national charm. The hotel has comfortable and atmospheric rooms. We are central ... More

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The Old Orleton Inn

The Old Orleton Inn

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Dating from the 17th century, this former coaching inn has been transformed into a charming, contemporary retreat that faces the famous Wrekin Hill. Given a 5-star Silver Award by VisitBritain, the inn ... More

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Tayleur Arms

Tayleur Arms

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The Tayleur Arms, a country pub set in rural Shropshire, large restaurant and nine bedroom accommodation lodge. A carvery every Sunday. We have free fun bouncy castles out when the ... More

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Ballynahinch Castle Hotel (0.40 miles)

Ballynahinch Castle Hotel

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Ballynahinch Castle is set in the heart of Connemara and stands proud and majestic overlooking the famous Ballynahinch River. The Castle has been intertwined in the history of Connemara and its ... More

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Apex City Quay Hotel and Spa (0.40 miles)

Apex City Quay Hotel and Spa
In Dundee’s City Quay, this luxury hotel has a Japanese-themed spa, a bar and restaurant. Spacious rooms each have a 42-inch LCD TV and are 5 minutes’ walk from the lively city centre. All rooms have ... More | visit website
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Cleve Hotel (0.62 miles)

Cleve Hotel
The Cleve is an elegant country house with timeless charm, a spacious feel and excellent facilities. On the edge of Wellington, the hotel affords memorable views of the Blackdown Hills and striking Somerset countryside.

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Cider Barn (1.35 miles)

Cider Barn
Our historic barn has been sympathetically converted by our family, retaining the original character whilst using modern technology – we have an air-source heat pump, underfloor heating and internet plug-in connections in all bedrooms. There is ... More | visit website
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The Beambridge Inn (2.16 miles)

The Beambridge Inn
Set between the rolling Quantock and Blackdown hills the Beambridge is ideally located to access the South West. Just 3 miles from either J26 or J27 of the M5 the inn is perfectly sited to ... More | visit website
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The Anchor Inn (2.94 miles)

The Anchor Inn

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The Anchor Inn is a family run, freehold country inn, situated in the village of Hillfarrance between Taunton and Wellington. It prides itself on being a home away from home. ... More

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Bindon Country House Hotel (2.97 miles)

Bindon Country House Hotel
Enjoy our house as we do, with family, friends and colleagues... Centrally located in the heart of the West Country, Bindon is an ideal venue for friends and family to enjoy anniversaries, reunions, celebrations or ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Taunton (3.62 miles)

Days Inn Taunton
The Days Inn Taunton is only 6 miles from Taunton Town Centre. Local Attractions: Crealy Adventure Park Taunton Castle And Museum Taunton Racecourse Taunton Town Centre and Train Station - 6 miles Exeter Town Centre - 20 miles ... More | visit website
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Rumwell Park (4.00 miles)

Rumwell Park
Expeirence what it is like to stay in an English Grade II listed family run country house, set within 2 acres of grounds, on the edge of Taunton, a Big B&B Large rooms with comfortable beds ... More | visit website
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The Poachers Pocket (4.05 miles)

The Poachers Pocket
The poachers pocket it is a family run hotel located on the A38 on the devon and somerset border with good transport links from J26 and J27 of the M5 and parkway railway station. The poachers ... More | visit website

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