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Dovecote Grange Guest House
Bratton Road
Bratton

Telford
Shropshire

TF5 0BS | View map

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Dovecote Grange guest house is ideally located just 10 minutes from the Telford Town Centre and 15 minutes from Shrewsbury. Dovecote Grange Guest House is a beautiful family home offering uncompromising comfort and style together with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Just perfect to make your bed and breakfast stay a happy one.All bedrooms are furnished and equipped to the highest standards comprising of: a TV with integrated DVD / CD player, alarm clock radio, tea and coffee making facilities and a hair dryer a heater / cooler fan, room thermostat, bath robes, all personal care and toiletry requirements.Guests who have wireless enabled laptops can enjoy the free wireless broadband internet connection. For guests who have a laptop but no wireless card there is a loan service available, please ask for details on arrival.

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