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Mill House
Shrewsbury Rd
High Ercall

Telford
Shropshire

TF6 6BE | View map

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Chris and Judy Yates welcome you to The Mill House, an 18th Century converted water mill situated beside the River Roden on a 9 acre working small holding.We are located in the village of High Ercall, halfway between the historic county town of Shrewsbury and the new town of Telford.We offer luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in three beautifully decorated bedrooms with colour TVs with Freeview and DVD.Our location is perfect for exploring Shropshire and the Welsh borderlands. We are a short distance from the world heritage site of the Ironbridge Gorge and the surrounding area offers a wide range of attractions and activities to suit all tastes. Shropshire is England's largest inland county and the most beautiful and unspoilt part of Britain you could imagine. Take some to time explore our spectacular countryside and historic towns, visit the remains of Roman Cities, Medieval Castles and Abbeys plus magnificent houses and gardens, all within easy reach of The Mill House. Wi-Fi available

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