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Swan Hotel

A Hotel in Wellington, West Midlands

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106 WATLING STREET
Wellington
West Midlands
England
TF1 2NH

Swan Hotel, Wellington

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Modern 12 bedded newly furnished rooms within walking distance of the old market town Wellington. Fully licenced restaurant serving a variety of meals. Large carpark to the rear.

10 minutes from Telford Town centre, the Ironbridge Gorge and the International centre. Friendly welcoming staff to deal with any enquiries you may have.

From: £40.00


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