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Bellstone Hotel, Bar & Brasserie
Bellstone
Shrewsbury
Shropshire

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The Bellstone Hotel situated in the heart of medieval Shrewsbury, offers excellent value for money and is close to all amenities of this town. We have a contemporary Brasserie where you can enjoy our fine cuisine. The bar attracts both locals and visitors to the town and is lively on weekend nights. Our cafe bar offers street window seating and a relaxed Continental atmosphere with a selection of coffee, teas, pastries and sandwiches available. For a more leisurely lunch opt for one of the dishes off our extensive menu.
Following a change of ownership all of our eighteen rooms are to be updated and redecorated over the next few months. We have 10 double rooms, 4 twin rooms and 4 single rooms available. All our rooms are en-suite and are equipped with colour televisions, tea & coffee making facilities and radio alarms. There are several public car parks close by.
We are conveniently placed for any events in the town centre and the Quarry Park, where the famous Shrewsbury Flower show is held, is a two minute walk away.

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