The Dodington Lodge Hotel

A Hotel in Whitchurch, Shropshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

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The Dodington Lodge Hotel, Whitchurch

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Accommodation Description:

The Dodington Lodge Hotel is ideally placed for exploring the Shropshire, Cheshire and Staffordshire countryside. Here you will find a warm and friendly welcome with the feeling of a home from home.

The Dodington Lodge Hotel was originally built as a private house but is now adapted as an excellent family owned hotel. It is set in its own grounds in very peaceful surroundings and is 3 star accredited by the AA . You will find a friendly, professional and warming welcome whatever your reason for visiting.

We offer FREE parking and have a fully licensed bar where you can also enjoy a meal or lite bite. The hotel is ideally placed for exploring the Shropshire, Cheshire and Staffordshire countryside. Manchester Airport is our nearest at 1 Hour away.

The Roman towns of Chester and Shrewsbury (Wroxoter) are only a days march away (or about 30 minutes in the Car), and there are a host of activities to entertain you within five minutes drive of the Hotel. The Sandstone Trail begins (or ends) in the Whitchurch Jubilee Park, which is located a few minutes walk away from the hotel. Local attractions include the Rally School (the most fun on four wheels) and The Parachute Centre Ltd (Ok if you want to throw yourself out of a perfectly good aeroplane).

The hotel is situated in the bustling market town of Whitchurch. The town acts as the beginning and the end of Regional Cycle Route 31, which runs from Whitchurch via the market town of Ellesmere (our local ?Lake District ?) and onto the border market town of Oswestry, located on the English side of the England/Wales border. There are numerous golf courses within a 12 mile radius of the hotel.

3 star rating

From: £59.50

Room Facilities
Colour television

Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
The Chester Suite has a bar and lounge area, general area, dance floor and doors leading to the rear garden. There are hot and cold drinks available at the bar all day, and snacks are served at lunch and dinner times. Breakfast is served from 7 AM and you can choose to eat from the buffet or alternatively order food from our menu. The Hotel also has a small and intimate restaurant located at the end of the public bar, which seats around 20 persons.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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