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Hotels in Oswestry

Wynnstay Hotel
Church Street
Oswestry
Shropshire

SY11 2SZ | View map

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The Wynnstay Hotel was a well known coaching inn for both the route from Liverpool to Cardiff and from London to Holyhead. There are references dating back to 1727, but the existing building is typical of the Georgian style, and there have been many alterations and additions over the years.

The hotel has been privately owned for the past 20 years and was sympathetically renovated over the past 2 years extending the function suite to 200 people capacity, and converting the old stable block at the rear of the hotel into a luxurious fitness club with an indoor pool, sauna, jet spa, steam room and 3 purpose build treatment rooms.

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Nearest Train Station: Gobowen
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 29
Number Ensuite: 29
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Restaurant

Name: Four Seasons
Cuisine: English, French & Italian
Chef: Martin Harrop
Awards: AA Rosette

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
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Swimming Pool
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