- Very Good
- 17 guest reviews
"The room was reasonably small, but nicely decorated and had everything I needed - and there were plenty of cupboards and drawers to put thin..."
"Definitely far from the madding crowd - you would not want to visit if you are after the night life, unless you want to do a bit of owl trac..."
"This is good if you want a quiet retreat but not if you want to do some visiting as its in the middle of nowhere...."
"Room was very clean and tidy, menu and food prices good..."
"We were given a Christmas present of a meal for 2 at the Wroxeter Hotel so decided to overnight and booked a bargain with LateRooms.com. The..."
About the hotel
Set in beautiful countryside halfway between Telford and Shrewsbury, The Wroxeter Hotel enjoys easy access from the A5 and M54. With modern and well appointed bedrooms, extensive banqueting and conferencing facilities and two acclaimed restaurants, we are popular for weddings and parties as well as for business. The Hotel is family run and excels in personal service.
Within walking distance is the Roman site of Viriconium, Wroxeter's Anglo Saxon church and the most northerly red grape vineyard in the World. Within easy reach are the Shropshire hills, Welsh marshes and popular sites such as the Ironbridge Gorge and associated World Heritage Site. A haven of peace at the end of your busy day to relax, recover and prepare for the next one. Set in the heart of rural Shropshire, but conveniently close to Telford and Shrewsbury, the Wroxeter Hotel has a new accommodation wing of 15 well appointed modern bedrooms - many with stunning views of the countryside. Further bedrooms are located within the original Georgian building with high ceilings and period features; two of them with four poster beds and views of The Wrekin. Our Restaurant serves contemporary British food with local flavours. Naturally Sabrina, Roman Goddess of The River Severn, Vineyard grapes and wine, local produce and tradition have all influenced Chef Paul Marshall and the Team in the creation of our restaurant menu. On Sundays we specialise in silver served roast meats with traditionally cooked fresh vegetables. We also offer informal light bites, treats and sandwiches in our reception lounge and bar. We feel sure that if you visit on business, you will want to return with your family to enjoy the beauty and historic interest of this rural gem.
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- Wedding Licence, Porter
- Restaurant, Bar
- In room facilities
- Iron And Board In Each Room
- Hotel services
- Limited Hours Room Service, Laundry/Valet Service, Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Interconnecting rooms available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 15:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- 01/05/2010 to 29/10/2010 - We host weddings and parties most Saturday nights throughout the summer. It helps with room allocation if you can let us know when you book whether you are with a group or travelling alone. Thank you The LateRooms.com rates for The Wroxeter Hotel in Shrewsbury are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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94% would recommend it to a friend
Room just right and enjoyed dinner here too
The room was reasonably small, but nicely decorated and had everything I needed - and there were plenty of cupboards and drawers to put things away had I been staying for more than one night.
The bed was comfortable - I slept really well - and the shower was easy to use and nice and warm. I ate dinner at the hotel and enjoyed my food, and appreciated the location in a large glass sided room.
Definitely far from the madding crowd - you would not want to visit if you are after the night life, unless you want to do a bit of owl tracking.
However, I loved the peace and tranquillity of idly flopping on my bed listening to the cricket whilst occasionally reading book. The food, both breakfast and dinner, exceeded expectations and no complaints about the service and staff.