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Stretton Hall Hotel, Church Stretton, Shropshire

Stretton Hall Hotel
Church Stretton
Shropshire

SY6 6HG | View map

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Stretton Hall is a beautiful 200-year old country residence situated in a peaceful village in the heart of the Shropshire hills. The lounge and bar are comfortable rooms with stunning oak panelling and cosy open fires. The lemon-coloured Restaurant is also particularly attractive with traditional Georgian designs in refressing gold and white materials. The menu choice is extensive - à la carte, table d'hôte and bar meals - and we have been awarded an AA rosette 2 years running for exceptional standards of food. All bedrooms have en suite bathroom and 3-Star facilities and many retain an original fireplace or seats in leaded-light windows; the Four Poster bedroom is especially romantic. Mature trees and an ornamental fishpond echo the relaxed atmosphere outside, too. All in all the quiet, comfortable surroundings, attentive service and outstanding food, without the need for too much formality, make for an ambience that is hard to resist.

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