The Old Bell

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

115 Abbey Foregate
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
England
SY2 6BA

The Old Bell, Shrewsbury

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The Old Bell is set in the centre of Shrewsbury 1.2miles from the railway station. Dating from 1780 this pub and B&B feature a restaurant and contemporary rooms

The Old Bell offers modern stylish rooms with free WIFI tea and coffee making facilities heating flat screen tv's and private bathrooms for all rooms. You can enjoy traditional english pub style food in the bar and restaurant. The river severn is within a ten minute walk of the hotel and the famous Abbey church is 5 mins walk on the same road.

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Shrewsbury Castle - 0.4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Shrewsbury, St Mary's Church - 0.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Shrewsbury Town Walls Tower - 0.7 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Longner Hall - 2 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Haughmond Abbey - 2.8 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Battlefield, St Mary's Church - 3.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Attingham Park - 3.5 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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Cantlop Bridge - 4.2 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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