Top hotels in Telford
Mercure Telford Centre Hotel is perfectly situated for easy access, just a seven-minute walk from Telford railway station. Because it's just off the M54, this hotel is ideal for business, conferences, or leisure trips. As well as being easy to get to, this hotel is close to nearby attractions including Iornbridge Gorge Museum, The Telford International Centre, and Blists Hill Victorian Museum. After busy days, guests are welcome to use our onsite leisure facilities, which include a gym and an indoor pool.
Cheap Hotels in Telford
Boasting a shared lounge, Furnace House is situated in Telford and is 5 km from Telford International Centre. This 3-star guest house offers free WiFi. Local points of interest like Telford University Campus and Telford College of Arts and Technology are reachable within 3.6 km and 4.1 km, respectively. All guest rooms in the guest house are fitted with a flat-screen TV and a wardrobe. A complimentary continental breakfast is available each morning at the property. The nearest airport is Birmingham Airport, 56 km from Furnace House.
Few Telford hotels can provide the same level of comfort and tranquillity as the Mercure Telford hotel. Situated in the picturesque Shropshire countryside, the hotel resides in a former 16th century manor house and retains much of its original charm and character. Easily reached from junction 4 of the M54 and just four miles from Telford Railway Station, the hotel is within easy reach of many attractions, including the Ironbridge Gorge Museum and Cosford Aerospace Museum.
An inviting hotel next to the International Centre Telford, with a restaurant, indoor pool and meeting roomsHoliday Inn® Telford - Ironbridge hotel is a five-minute drive from the M54 motorway.Also 5 minutes away, Telford Central station has rail connections to London and Birmingham. International flights from Birmingham Airport (BHX) are 45 minutes away by car. Telford's iconic, 18th-century Ironbridge is 10 mins drive, and museums and historic sites along Ironbridge Gorge hark back to the Industrial Revolution. Behind the hotel, expansive Telford Town Park includes a nature reserve, trails, fishing lakes and play areas. Here for work? Versatile, well-equipped meeting rooms are ideal for presentations, and you can hold a banquet or event for up to 120 in the Reynolds Suite.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free Wi-Fi- 24-hour room service- Free on-site parking- Kids stay and eat freeThoughtfully designed rooms come with pillow menus and flat-screen TVs. Revive leisure club includes a heated indoor pool, a gym, a spa pool, saunas and a steam room. The hotel's Olive Tree restaurant serves breakfast and dinner daily, plus Sunday lunch, and the Olive Branch bar is open all day and into the evening. Sip a drink by the restaurant fire in winter, or take in some fresh air on the patio in summer.
Hotels in Telford
Taking its name from Thomas Telford, who was one of Britain's most distinguished and influential civil engineers, Telford is a modern Shropshire town that is at the heart of what was once a booming industrial district. Indeed, the Telford and Wrekin civil parish includes the world-famous Iron Bridge, which is surrounded by the dramatic Ironbridge Gorge and is the world's oldest iron bridge, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986.
Designed in the 1770s, the Grade I listed Iron Bridge was built over the River Severn, which, at 220 miles in length, is the longest river in Britain. The bridge, which has often been considered one of the 'Seven Man-Made Wonders of Britain', was designed by the eminent architect Thomas Farnolls Pritchard, born in nearby Shrewsbury, and built by Abraham Darby III, who was born in nearby Coalbrookdale. The bridge is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument, and benefited from a comprehensive restoration in the 1970s.
The Blists Hill Victorian Town
Maintained by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum, the reconstructed Blists Hill Victorian Town is a fascinating open-air exhibition where you can learn more about the life of a typical Victorian Shropshire community in the Victorian era and the early-20th century. The museum, which is in Telford's Madeley district, opened in the 1970s and also showcases the industrial heritage of the area and the history of local coal production.
Where to eat out in Telford
For some delicious English dishes, choose The Grove at Walcot, the Clays of Broseley or The Plough Inn, or consider The King and Thai for some tasty Thai dishes. The Spiceland Restaurant, meanwhile specialises in vibrant Indian cuisine, while the Zengh Fine Indian Dining restaurant also provides plenty of other inspiring Indian and Bangladeshi-themed recipes.
Accommodation in the town
There are plenty of stylish, affordable Telford hotels, some of the most popular of which include the Carriages - Cocktail Bar, Restaurant & Rooms in Wellington, the Premier Inn Telford (International Centre), and the Ramada Hotel Telford/Ironbridge. Another reputed hotel is the delightful country themed Hadley Park House Hotel, while the Shakespeare Inn is another cosy venue in a beautifully preserved 19th-century building.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Telford
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Telford?One of the best hotels to stay in Telford is Mercure Telford Centre Hotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Telford?Furnace House in Telford offers one night in a double room at the price of £40.
What are the best hotels in Telford near the center?Ramada by Wyndham Telford Ironbridge, Mercure Telford Centre Hotel and Holiday Inn TELFORD - IRONBRIDGE are located in the central neighborhood of Telford.
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