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Wem is a quiet but growing market town on the River Roden, midway between historic Shrewsbury and Whitchurch, its surrounding countryside pleasant agricultural land and the town centre with plenty of Georgian structures... Read More

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Old Rectory Hotel

Old Rectory Hotel

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The restful, friendly ambiance of this beautiful Georgian house sweeps you away immediately. As you enter the Old Rectory hotel through the Georgian pillars you are greeted with a splendid staircase. The ... More

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Aston Lodge (0.25 miles)

Aston Lodge

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Aston Lodge invites you to Wem. Set in just under one acre of gardens with ample parking we offer 10 ensuite bedrooms. We are open every day of the year and ... More

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Hawkstone Park (3.33 miles)

Hawkstone Park

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Stepping inside Hawkstone Park Hotel is like entering another world. Its maze of meandering corridors, high ceilings and roaring log fire are reminiscent of a much loved English setting. But don’t be ... More


Burlton Inn (4.03 miles)

Burlton Inn

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The beautiful 18th century main building is situated on the road between Shrewsbury and Ellesmere. Featuring traditional wood beams, a warming snug with fireplace, an excellent period bar and a ... More

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Premier Inn Shrewsbury (Harmers Hill) (4.58 miles)

A wonderful countryside location, well situated for Shrewsbury town centre, Shrewsbury Castle and historic Ironbridge Gorge. Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M54 and A49 and just over 1 mile from Yorton train station. Our ... More | visit website
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Saracens at Hadnall (5.65 miles)

Saracens at Hadnall
Saracens is a former 18th century coaching inn set in the Shropshire countryside, 5 miles north of the historic town of Shrewsbury. Owned and operated by 37 year-old, Kentish-born Ben & 35 year-old Texan, Allison ... More | visit website
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The Bear at Hodnet (6.15 miles)

The Bear at Hodnet

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The Bear at Hodnet is a 16th century coaching inn offering a wide range of facilities for private and corporate guests. Allison and Ben Christie took over The Bear in ... More

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Penn Peel Cottage B&B (6.42 miles)

Penn Peel Cottage B&B
GOLD AWARD B&B and rated as one of the top B&Bs in Shropshire, close to the medieval town of Shrewsbury, Penn Peel Cottage is one of Britain's Finest accommodation and dates back to 1860. Luxurious ... More | visit website
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Albrighton Hall Hotel & Spa (6.80 miles)

Albrighton Hall Hotel & Spa
Deep in the Shropshire countryside, nestled amongst 15 acres of landscaped grounds, Mercure Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa was built in 1630 as a manor house, and is today steeped in history and still boasting ... More | visit website
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Albright Hussey Manor Hotel (7.45 miles)

Albright Hussey Manor Hotel

The Albright Hussey Hotel is a listed Grade II moated country house hotel renowned for its excellent accommodation, superb food, fine wines and impeccable service.

First recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Elbretone', today the Albright ... More | visit website

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Hanmer Hotel (7.56 miles)

Hanmer Hotel
With a beautiful, peaceful location in the quiet, traditional village of Hanmer, this charming 4-star inn offers attractive en suite accommodation and is great for a restful, relaxing break.
Situated on the borders of Shropshire, Cheshire ... More | visit website

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