The International Hotel Telford we chose because of the good location for us, and the price was good.
When we arrived, we found two huge Hotel's together. It is the first Hotel you come to. The was a huge Car park which was FREE.
Our room was excellent, no complaint's at all. Large room, air conditioning, Bathroom & Toilet, Tea & coffee making, work desk, spare chairs, TV.
It is part of Telford International Centre, there are restaurants and leisure facilities on site.
We sat in the lounge bar, that was nice too!
Continental breakfast was included in the price
Wi-Fi is accessible throughout, and there is a 24-hour front desk.
From here, we went to the Ironbridge Gorge just 15 minutes' drive away.
It is a 10-minute walk to Telford centre, and Telford Central Railway Station is a mile away.
A lovely B&B with 5/6 rooms. Once 2 cottages so the stairs and corridors are a bit unsual with low ceilings in places. The rooms are not large but adequate, clean and comfortable but then the property is 300 years old.
All rooms overlook the river and 3 minutes walk to the iron bridge, local shops, cafes and restaurants. All museums within a two mile radius, 15 minutes car drive from Telford international centre and business parks. A perfect location for business or leisure. Car Parking available.
The cooked breakfasts are good too :)
The lady isn't as full on as other places with regards to checking on you all of the time. You're given keys to come and go as you please, do as you please and you know where to find her if you need anything. Very reasonably priced and nice and quiet, so glad we chose to stay here instead of the Malthouse or the White Swan which were very much livelier. I welcomed the peace and quiet, especially after walking all day and finding myself needing a really good night's rest!
Full of character and charm.
This hotel is part of a lovely old pub with the mosty incredible selection of beers. Foreign and British beers with one or two guest ales as well as a large selection of bottled beers.
Meals are wonderful - local produce cooked to perfection with a great wine list to accompany them.
Breakfasts are grand and set you up for the day.
Rooms are nice - not way-out but really comfortable and quiet!
Beer garden, pub atmosphere, great accommodation.
I have stayed twice in this charming hotel. This is definitely not one of those usual big chain hotels. The building is charming and full of history, it was originatively created by Mr Maw, owner of one of the tile factories during the heydays of the area.
It's located along the river Severn, 5-10 minutes walk from the Iron Bridge itself.
Obviously this is not a 5 star hotel and concessions have to be made. No lift, you have to carry your luggage through the stairs.
The staff is not very nice, rather cold indeed (except for the lovely old ladies serving the breakfast).
Regarding the room, it can vary a lot! I had been upgraded twice (according to a sticker on my room key) but it was difficult to believe the first time when the hotel was rather full! It was quite a small room with no view! The second time was much better, a much bigger room with a view on the park!
We can definitely feel the age of the building but the decoration and the facilities are far from being outdated. For example, wireless Internet access is provided for free.
The major inconvenient of this hotel is sound insulation.
The bigger advantage is the restaurant, Chez Maw (see the restaurant tip).
The breakfast is included and really great. Not a buffet, it's freshly cooked for you based on your requests. For some reasons, they don't serve any beans, quite a surprise to me!!
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