Hundred House Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Telford, Shropshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Bridgnorth Road (A442), Norton
TF11 9EE

Hundred House Hotel, Telford

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The Hundred House Hotel is situated a short distance away from the worlds famous Ironbridge, the Hundred House Hotel is central to all local attractions. Just a short journey away from Telford, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury, the hotels location is ideal for the perfect getaway. The hotel offers lavishly decorated bars with beamed ceilings and is oozing with quirkiness from the moment of entry.

With ten bedrooms all unique in design, offering patchwork, lavender scented sheets and some even have a velvet covered swing! The oldest part of the hotel is the 14th Century half-timbered thatch barn, which was once used as a carthouse in medieval times. The food has been awarded many a time and currently stands as a 2AA rosette restaurant. The hotel also offers facilities to cater for conferences and parties, large and small the hotel meets all your requirements under one roof.Each and every bedroom is unique in design with half testers, four poster, period furniture and most even have the hotels renowned velvet covered swing! All rooms are en-suite and have every modern day amenity.

All bedrooms have an en suite bathroom, colour TV, direct dial telephone, clock and radio alarm, tea and coffee making facility, iron and ironing board plus full central heating. Superior rooms are larger and more sumptuously furnished with period pieces, including some with half-tester beds and some with the famous swings. Stuarts food is widely recognised as being some of the most forward thinking, and delicious in the area.

As a food critic said recently it is fresh, local, seasonal and of good provenance. As well as growing a vast and unusual array of herbs in Sylvias Garden, the owners have spent many years building relationships with suppliers of quality meat and vegetables in Shropshires fertile hills. They supply ultra sweet lamb, aged marbled beef, free range Hereford ducks, traditional Gloucester Old Spot Pork, Bobbington Wild Boar, Coxs apple juice, asparagus, summer fruits, pheasant, venison, fish from Brixham etc.

which makes dining in the restaurant a wonderful occasion.The worlds first, internationally most famous, and locally largest iron bridge is that which gives its name to the town of Iron Bridge in the south of Telford and is the towns most famous feature. It was built across the River Severn in 1779 by local ironmaster Abraham Darby III to demonstrate the quality of the iron now produced by the process his grandfather invented to smelt iron using coal rather than coke. Immediately, it was world-famous, President Thomas Jefferson of the USA being one of the first to buy an engraving of it!

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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Cots available
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Telephone In Each Room
  • Limited room service for hot food
  • Laundry/Valet Service
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Childrens Facilities - Outdoor
  • Car Parking Available Offsite
  • Private dining services
  • Lounge Menu
  • Bar
  • Breakfast to go
  • Radio

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