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Hotels in Telford

White House Hotel
Wellington Avenue
Muxton

Telford
Shropshire

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The Hotel is a privately owned business set in two acres of lawn and gardens just a few minutes from Telford Town Centre and Commercial Parks. Well situated for touring the historic towns of Shrewsbury, Ludlow, Bridgnorth and the beautiful surrounding Shropshire country side.

From roman roads to abbeys, the Wrekin and surrounding area is a region rich in history. The Wrekin area also boasts some of England's most beautiful countryside.

The shopping and business centre of Telford lies 3 miles away, whilst Shrewsbury and all its attractions is 8 miles away. More importantly The White House Hotel is within 7 miles of World Heritage Site of Ironbridge and offers free entry to the Ironbridge Museums to residents. A short drive will take you to Coalport China Museum, Blists Hill Open Air Museum, Jackfield Tile Museum, The Museum of Iron and many more. The White House Hotel offers a great opportunity to see the local area and all its attractions.

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Nearest Train Station: Telford
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Ratings/Awards: 2 Star
Number of Rooms: 32
Number Ensuite: 32
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Cuisine: International
Chef: Russell Tinsley

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No Smoking Rooms
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