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40% would recommend it to a friend
Attractive coaching inn accomodation
My son and I stayed here for 2 nights to be within close distance of the Severn Valley Railway.
We had a good room in the former stables with our own front door. Beds were comfy and the room also had bunks so it would work for a short family break. The shower was good and strong. The welcome we received was excellent and breakfast (full english) was delicious. The inn is Elizabethan and very attractive and olde worlde with low beams and old wooden furniture. They stock a good selection of local beers. We did not eat dinner but the menu looked good. They made us most welcome and provided helpful information for getting back from the railway by taxi at the end of a long day. We would stay here again.
A Breath of Country Air
Great little place with great hosts, room was superb and suited myself and my 2 dogs well, great food cooked by Peter the proprietor, fanastic walks for the dogs........................
oh, and a cracking pint of guinness,
Thanks to all.
We were only staying for one night and that was enough.
Not a very welcoming reception as there was no obvious way in. Given the wrong keys to the room and when we did get the correct keys were shocked by the state of the room. Bathroom was scruffy, un-matching and old furniture in the bedroom, curtains were dull and stained, couldn't walk around one side of the bed as not enough room, pillows smelt damp and musty, sheets were dark green (very odd). Coffee was rock hard in the jar. We did consider changing to another room but that didn't look any better. Breakfast was £8pp extra and was ok but not great. We paid £91 for 1 night. Overpriced and rooms need to be refurbished.
Pleasent hotel to bed down for the night
I booked this hotel for a weekend so that I could go to the Insomniac Games Festival in Telford with my family.
The hotel was pleasent enough, warm, a rustic feel and the rooms were very clean. Also the town of Bridgenorth is stunningly beautiful. A couple of negatives for our trip though:
- They didn't have my booking when I arrived. Fortunately, I had printed off my Late Rooms reservation and they were still able to accomodate us. We got two rooms on the first night instead of one. The hotelier recommended that if you book on laterooms.com, phone up in advance to make sure they have processed the booking.
- The shower enclosures were actually in the room and the glass isn't frosted. If you don't mind showering in front of your family and they can see everything there is to see, this won't be a problem but if you've got angsty teenagers or anyone that likes privacy you need to logistically organise a shower routine where people go outside or hide in bog. - The plumbing made some amount of noise. Flush the toilet in the middle of the night and you could awaken the dead.
Breakfast was expensive and very greasy.