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Telford Whitehouse

A Hotel in Telford, Shropshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Watling Street, Wellington
Telford
Shropshire
England
TF1 2NJ

Telford Whitehouse, Telford

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A modern luxury 4 star hotel offering superb accommodation, Sir Stephen's Brasserie, lounge and bars with an exceptional health & leisure club complete with beauty salon and indoor swimming pool. Adjacent to AFC Telford football stadium, just minutes to Telford shopping centre. Visit Shrewsbury, Telford & The Wrekin and Ironbridge Gorge and see what Shropshire has to offer.

Families welcome. The hotel has ample free car parking.

4 star rating

From: £36.90

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