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Retreat to sleep in Scandi chic. Crash out in a 16th-century coaching inn. Wake up in a Prince’s bedroom. There’s plenty out-of-the-ordinary places to stay, accommodation and hotels in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

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Prince Rupert Hotel

Situated in the very heart of medieval Shrewsbury, the historic Grade II listed Prince Rupert Hotel is firmly established as one of the town's finest hotels, and is the only AA

Cromwell's Inn

Cromwell's Hotel, Restaurant and Bar offers high quality, en-suite accommodation in Shrewsbury town centre, as well as contemporary food, fine wines and real ales in traditional

Darwin's Townhouse

Darwin's Townhouse has undergone a lovingly and sympathetical renovation to restore the wonderful grade II* property to its former glory, whilst creating warmth, character and s

Oxon Hall Touring & Holiday Home Park

Touring customers and Holiday Home owners enjoy the best of both worlds at Oxon Hall Touring & Holiday Home Park.

Lion + Pheasant

The Lion + Pheasant is Shropshire's most stylish and prestigious townhouse hotel.

College Hill Guest House

College Hill House is a town centre 16th Century listed building. We have en-suite rooms available, all with color TV, tea/coffee making facilities.

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The Albion Vaults

The Albion Vaults is a traditional inn, conveniently situated a stone's throw from the railway station.

Darwin's Kitchen

Darwin's Kitchen is the newest addition to Shrewsbury based company The Ditella Group also comprising of The Loopy Shrew and

Morgans - the Exchange Hotel

Morgans @ The Exchange Hotel is an independent venue established in 2008, offering top notch food, real ales, beers and accommodation for everyone.

Golden Cross Hotel

The Golden Cross is a hotel and restaurant offering a quirky, characterful and glamorous alternative for visitors bored with the tame impersonality of chain hotels.

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