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International Hotel Telford
St. Quentin Gate
Telford
Shropshire

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With 101 spacious, modern and well-appointed rooms available at great-value rates, this contemporary hotel is situated in a convenient location, just 2 minutes’ drive from junction 4 of the M54 motorway. The M54 links the M6 and the M5 with the rest of the UK. The hotel’s close proximity to the M54 means it offers easy access to the region’s major road network. Birmingham is just 28 miles (45 km) away and the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site is also nearby. Free on-site parking is available for guests’ use. The heart of town and the Telford Central railway station are less than one mile (1.6 km) away. Telford shopping centre and Wonderland are within walking distance.

The hotel is fully air-conditioned throughout, with independent controls in each room. Broadband wireless internet access is available throughout.
Part of the Southwater Event Group, the hotel has fantastic facilities. There 2 on-site restaurants and 3 bars.

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