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Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel & Spa

Ellesmere Road, Albrighton, Shrewsbury SY4 3AG | Directions | Contact

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast from £39.00 per person per night

The ultimate staycation includes a 2 course dinner from our set menu, bed and breakfast from £39 per adult and £30.00 per child* with a flexible booking policy and free cancellation up to 24 hours prior to check in.

Planning your perfect staycation in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury is an open space where you can slow the pace. There a famous steps to retrace whilst discovering an abundance of heritage and culture. The town was not only Charles Darwin’s place of birth, but his home, inspiration and influence, and Shropshire’s countryside certainly helped to create his inquisitive mind. Any town looped by a river is always going to have plenty of bridges, and the larger two, the English and Welsh bridges are the gateways to the town. Enjoy venturing through beautiful countryside that Shropshire has to offer and as the town is less than 10 miles from the Welsh border, there’s so much more to discover on our doorstep.


So much to discover

Shrewsbury is local to two UNESCO world heritage sites, both the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal and the Iron Bridge Gorge are less than 25 miles from Albrighton Hall Hotel. Whilst visiting the Iron Bridge Gorge museum, you can also discover Victorian life at Blists Hill, an authentic Victorian town - no cars, no TV – just lots of fun! There really is something for everyone on your visit to Shrewsbury - majestic castles and historic houses, walking tours and river boat cruises around the River Severn. For many, cycling in Shrewsbury is not just a passion, it’s an obsession, with plenty of routes through the town and surrounding areas.


On your doorstep

The Shropshire Hills dominate the landscape surrounding Shrewsbury. Some of the closest of the Shropshire Hills include Caer Caradoc which can be seen towering over Church Stretton. Caradoc is not only one of the most beautiful of Shropshire's Hills but it's also home to an impressive Iron Age hillfort. Just south of Shrewsbury is the Long Mynd, owned and managed by the National Trust, and if you are looking for something a bit more energetic, just over the border to North Wales, there are an abundance of outdoor pursuits such as white water rafting, trail riding, mountain bike trails and hill walking.

 

to make your reservation please email us at: reservations@mercureshrewsbury.co.uk

 

*Children over 12 years old will be charged as an adult.