Stayed for three nights in the Besselow Room and enjoyed our stay in this beautiful period property . Our room was large, as was the recently refurbished en suite bathroom. Everywhere was very clean with good quality bedding and towels, even fresh flowers in our room. The gardens are also well tended and full of spring flowers. We were treated... More
- Also Known As:
- The Old Rectory Of St James Telford, Shropshire
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A warm welcome awaits at this quintessentially English Guest House. The ideal choice for Business and Pleasure. Rosemary and Adrian are delighted to welcome you to this period Georgian Guest House, set in a quiet oasis, close to the bustling centre of Telford, the footpaths over the Shropshire hills and historic Ironbridge. Originally the Rectory of St James' Church from the 17th century to about 1975, it now provides quality bed and breakfast accommodation, with charm and character, and that little bit extra. We delight in providing a convivial atmosphere where the simple things are done well; a vase of fresh flowers in your room: a tray of home made cakes that greets you on your arrival: a well cooked breakfast of locally produced ingredients with homemade bread and jams plus eggs from our own hens. ... more less
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