Darwin's Kitchen

A Restaurant with rooms in Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

15 St Mary's Street

Darwin's Kitchen, Shrewsbury

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Accommodation Description:

Experience 5 star service and hospitality in the heart of fabulous historical Shrewsbury. Darwin's Kitchen mixes the charm of a period building with chic design and modern art. The "boutique hotel style" offers free Wi-Fi a 1 rosette 'Visit England' awarded restaurant and 'AA awarded' 5 star rooms.

All guest bedrooms are unique complementing the history of the building and showcasing Shrewsbury's rich period architecture. The individually designed bedrooms are decorated in light and airy colours complimenting the exposed wooden beams. The spacious rooms have mood lighting contemporary bathrooms with hairdryers and some have real log fire places.

The designer shower rooms are well designed with all amenities expected from a 5 star restaurant with rooms including fabulous complimentary Molton Brown toiletries. All rooms are fully equipped with artisan tea and coffee and flat screen televisions. Darwin's Kitchen Bar And Restaurant With Rooms is in the centre of Shrewsbury just a 5-minute walk from Shrewsbury Station and all town centre amenities.

Darwin's Kitchen is really in the hub of things with fantastic bars and restaurants just a stones throw away. The famous Quarry park is a 10 minute walk away home of the annual RHS Shrewsbury Flower Show and Shrewsbury Regatta. Shrewsbury has most recently been voted the 2nd happiest place in the country to live by Rightmove and has the "Best High Street" in the UK!

5 star rating

From: £90.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Alarm clock
Desk with lamp
Ironing board
Dining guide
Wireless internet connection
Colour television

Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Ironing facilities
Baggage store
Non-smoking (throughout)

Off-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Darwin's Kitchen offers their guests a social dining experience. The group are passionately committed to serving the best seasonal produce sourced from Shrophire's best local suppliers. The Kitchen offers a wide range of small and bigger plates some British Favourites and others inspired from around the globe. Cosy up on their sofas with your morning coffee catch up with friends in their tropical leafy conservatory or treat your nearest and dearest to dinner in The Dining Room.

Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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