Clairmont Guesthouse

Guest House in Wellington, Shropshire

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54 Haygate Road
Wellington
Shropshire
England
TF11QN

Clairmont Guesthouse, Wellington

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Clairmont Guests house is a classic Victorian property containing many period features; high ceiling decorative covings and original fireplaces in all rooms offer a truly authentic experience. Ideally located in the heart of the beautiful county of Shropshire at the foot of the famous Wrekin Hill with direct links to Birmingham Shrewsbury Telford and Holyhead.Clairmont offers :- Free on site parking- Modern in room facilities including; flat screen TV with Freeview DVD ipod docking station free WIFI and hairdryer.- Quality complimentary toiletries.- Hospitality Tray including; a selection of tea coffee hot chocolate and biscuits.- Ironing board and Iron available on request.- Additional Services upon request include; ironing and laundry services (additional charge applies) - All ensuites updated in 2010 to modern high standard of Luxury.Shropshire Breakfast:- Locally sourced Shropshire full English breakfast including locally sourced award winning Sausages. Full breakfast includes; Bacon Egg Sausage Mushrooms Tomatoes Toast Tea and coffee and selection of preserves.

Selection of herbal and speciality Teas also available. Out and AboutWe are blessed with a unique combination or rural attractions and large town amenities in Wellington and Telford.Wellington town centre is a five minute walk away from us where you can find a public swimming pool and gym library food and drink traditional market railway station bus station and churches. Across the road from us is Bowring Park featuring free tennis courts and lawn bowls.

For the more adventurous visitor the 1335ft Wrekin can be ascended on foot from here in 2 hours or less if you run! See if you can spot the Fallow and Muntjac deerin the forest.Into Telford and you have a ten screen Odeon cinema Ice Skating Ten Pin Bowling Mecca Bingo the amazing Telford Town Park and Wonderland covering over 1.7km with children's play areas fishing pools and pedaloes. Telford Centre is a five minute train ride from Wellington or a ten minute drive.In Oakengates you can visit The Place a 600 seat theatre which attracts comedy stars plays, exhibitions and musicians from around the world. We are around 10 minutes by car or taxi or five minutes via the train.The Clairmont bed and breakfast location is perfect for a business or leisure break in Telford.

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