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The Shrewsbury Hotel - A Jd Wetherspoon Hotel
The evolution of Shrewsbury has seen the town, first mentioned in a charter dating back to the year 901, develop into a stunning historic and artistic centre, with over 660 listed buildings and dozens of museums and galleries. This historical survival of the fittest would have made Charles Darwin, Shrewsbury's most famous son, proud. He attended school here and gained who knows how much early inspiration, playing by the clear sparkling waters of the River Severn which flows lazily through the town. There is a strong, association with the heavier side of science too. The birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, just outside Shrewsbury, was sparked by John wilkinson's cast iron bridge, now celebrated with UNESCO World Heritage status and plenty of award winning museums and with the magnificent Severn Valley Railway, The Roman city of Wroxeter, Offa's Dyke and a nuclear bunker all open to visitors, Shrewsbury is truly a place with something for everybody. PLEASE NOTE THAT ACCOMMODATION IS TOTALLY NON SMOKING.

Guest House Official Rating: 3 Star
Located centrally in Shrewsbury

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Facilities
Hotel Non-Smoking ThroughoutCots availableCar parking available onsiteWi-Fi AvailableTVTea/Coffee making facilities in each roomHairdryer in each room
 
PorterWi-Fi Available In Public AreasWi-Fi Available In RoomsBarBreakfast to go[Channels] Music[Channels] Childrens


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Contact Details
The Shrewsbury Hotel - A Jd Wetherspoon Hotel
Mardol
Shrewsbury
SY1 1PU
Shropshire


 
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