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Meadow Inn
Buildwas Rd
Ironbridge
Shropshire

TF8 7BJ | View map

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Inspired by the spirit of excellence and innovation that first made the beautiful Severn Valley world famous over 200 years ago; The Meadow Inn combines traditional values of hospitality and comfort with a refreshingly new approach to food and décor.
We never lose sight of the fact that this is “B&B” – but that doesn’t mean that your stay shouldn’t be memorable! Rooms are located in a Georgian House next to the Inn – which not only guarantees peace and quiet, but means that bedrooms and their ensuite bathrooms are all large and airy with high ceilings. Decor is modern, bathrooms are sparkling and showers are powerful.
Then there are the little extras: Flat screen TV’s and DVD players (and a small library of DVD’s to choose from) and a rather natty contraption to make freshly brewed coffee whenever you want it.
Where better to stay or dine than The Meadow Inn where tradition and innovation combine to both excite and delight you – proving that excellence does not have to be compromised to offer great value for money.

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