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The Stanage
Dawley Road
Lawley Village

Telford
Shropshire

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The Stanage is an imposing Edwardian House set in delightful gardens centrally located for easy access to Telford; Wellington; The Telford International Centre and the famous World Heritage Site in the Ironbridge Gorge. For the golfing enthusiasts there is the Wrekin golf course and The Stanage is within easy walking distance of Horsehay Golf Club and driving range. A good selection of award winning restaurants are within a 10 minute drive.Here are a list of features your rooms will come with: En-suite facilities; controllable central heating; complimentary refreshments tray; colour television with DVD/ CD player; radio alarm clock; hot water bottle; Hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. An ironing board and iron are available for your use along with a sewing kit should you require it. Telford provides great shopping; a multiplex cinema; bowling; parks and ice rink. Telford is 1.5 miles from the Stanage. We have 3 beautiful en-suite double bedrooms available for either double or single occupancy. Long or short stays welcome.

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