- Very Good
- 30 guest reviews
"Well appointed accommodation, friendly staff, excellent food...."
"Stayed here for a business trip to Shrewsbury as Town centre hotels full because of flower show. Hotel is full of charm from a bygone age, b..."
"stayed at old rectory for 3 nights with my wife ,could not have felt more welcome ,nothing was too mutch trouble.rooms were clean food good..."
"A really good experience, with staff both helpful and efficient. A building which is a little old fashioned, but that adds to its charm. Rea..."
"Pleasantly at the result of something we booked at the last minute...."
About the hotel
Set in the Shropshire countryside, on the outskirts of the historic market town of Wem and just 10 miles from Shrewsbury. This grand Georgian house hotel is nestled in 3. 5 acres of scenic walled gardens and offers free Wi-Fi, free parking, luxury accommodation and award winning cuisine.
A haven of peace and tranquillity, The Old Rectory provides the perfect setting to relax and unwind. Guests can wander the scenic grounds and enjoy the hotel amenities or venture further afield to explore the picturesque Shropshire countryside and numerous local attractions. Whatever the reason for visiting, the dedicated hotel team is always on hand to ensure every guest has a comfortable stay. All of the 14 en-suite rooms are individually styled and appointed, creating warm and comfortable space for guests to enjoy. Varying in size and design, guests can look forward to a truly unique bedroom, a world apart from a modern hotel room. From crisp linens and rich fabrics to dark wood furniture and refined décor, each room has been designed with guest comfort in mind. Modern amenities are also not in short supply, each room offers free Wi-Fi and Flat screen TVs as well as complimentary bottled water, room service and comfortable seating areas. Some rooms also have DVD players, minibars and sofas. There are a range of accommodation options available, including cosy single rooms, comfortable double and twin rooms as well as the extra special 4 poster room, with a spacious en-suite bathroom. The Rectors Dining room specialises in traditional British cuisine with a distinctive modern twist. The talented kitchen team utilise the best in locally sourced produce and even home grown vegetables and herbs from the hotel garden, to create well presented, mouth-watering dishes. Guests can enjoy a wonderfully varied and interesting evening menu in the striking dining room. With its high ceilings and original sash windows, there’s no better place to enjoy a special dining experience. For a more informal dining option, the Orangery, overlooking the stunning hotel gardens, is an ideal place to enjoy a lunch or light meal. Whatever the dining preference, guests will always be served varied and enticing dishes by a dedicated and experienced staff, committed to outstanding levels of hospitality. The hotel bar and lounge is an ideal place to sink into a sumptuous sofa and sample very best range of beers, wines and spirits. Hosting a variety speciality beers, from the award winning Wood Brewery, the traditional English bar provides a true taste of Shropshire. During the summer there’s no better place to enjoy a refreshing drink or light lunch than the hotel terrace. Nestled amidst the tranquil hotel gardens, guests can while away the hours taking in the beautiful surroundings and sampling the extensive drinks menu. The hotel gardens provide also a perfect backdrop to the Georgian house. The 3. 5 acres comprise of rolling lawns, mature woodland and vibrant flower beds. Guests can wander the garden paths and take in the tranquil beauty at their leisure; or pick up a mallet and enjoy a game or two of croquet on the pristine lawns. There’s a wealth of locations and attractions within easy reach of the hotel and in the wider area. Shropshire itself is an idyllic county filled with picturesque countryside, industrial heritage, family attractions and outdoor activities. In and around Shrewsbury there are a number of heritage sites, including Shrewsbury Castle and Regimental Museum, Whittington Castle and Acton Burnell Castle. All of which offer a unique insight into the history of the county. Chester Zoo is less than an hours’ drive from the hotel and is a great, fun-filled, family day out. Other attractions suitable for families include, Park Hall Countryside Experience at Oswestry, West Midlands Safari Park and Wonderland near Telford. For more active pursuits, Hawkstone Park Golf Club is located near Shrewsbury, PGL Adventure is just 25 minutes from the hotel at Boreatton Park and cycle hire is available at Shropshire Hills Cycling about an hour’s drive away. Rich in industrial heritage, Shropshire hosts an assortment of heritage railways and museums. Severn Valley Railway and Kidderminster Steam railway are both within an hours’ drive of hotel and the Coleham Pumping Station and Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker are both within easy reach.
Showing Sunday 29 November 2015 to Monday 30 November 2015Change Search
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , In-room Broadband
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Bar
- In room entertainment
- Video/DVD Player , TV , Video/DVD Library , Radio
- Smoking allowed in public areas
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Trouser press in each room , Iron And Board In Each Room , Telephone In Each Room
- Hotel services
- Limited room service for hot food , Wake Up Call Available
- Mountain Bike Hire , Croquet
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Well appointed accommodation, friendly staff, excellent food.
Full of Olde Worde Charm
Stayed here for a business trip to Shrewsbury as Town centre hotels full because of flower show.
Hotel is full of charm from a bygone age, beautiful decor, fabulous curtains & ceilings. Food is very well prepared and presented, with fine wine and draught/bottled beers. Makes a welcome change from Bog Standard mid market hotel chains. Well recommended