The Old Orleton Inn

Historic Inn in Wellington, Shropshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

378, Holyhead Road
Wellington
Shropshire
England
TF1 2HA

The Old Orleton Inn, Wellington

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The Old Orleton Inn is a 17th Century historic coaching inn facing the famous Wrekin Hill, just off Junction 7 of the M54. Situated in the green belt western edge of Wellington, you'll find the Inn an ideal base for exploring Telford and Shropshire.Awarded 5 stars in the INN category by Visit Britain, owners Peter and Paul offer a professional blend of friendliness, efficiency and service difficult to find in larger establishments. Coupled with their hospitality in the dining rooms, you have the perfect blend to compliment your stay, whether for work or pleasure.

The Inn is a charming retreat with 10 boutique-style bedrooms, each unique in design and character. All modern facilities are available in the rooms including wireless broadband.The ground floor has three dining rooms which combine to create a stylish Brasserie Bar with modern interiors throughout. A comprehensive selection of carefully prepared vegetarian, fish and meat dishes are served using fresh, quality, local produce.During your stay why not visit the National Trust Property, Sunnycroft, which is almost next door or the nearby Ironbridge Gorge Museums or one of the many other attractions Shropshire has to offer, such as Stokesay Castle, The Severn Valley Railway, Attingham Park and Weston Park to mention just a few.

The Old Orleton has always been a 100% non-smoking establishment. Discounted weekend breaks and special offers are available.

 5 star rating

From: £65.00

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