1-3 Cheshire Street, TF9 1PD Market Drayton, STS, United Kingdom +44 163 065 7523
Situated in the heart of the traditional market town of Market Drayton in Shropshire, with close links to Shrewsbury and Chester. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, plus popular bar and restaurant. Low cost public parking is close by to the hotel. This Grade II listed building is an English Heritage site which was built in the 17th Century and arguably th... More from LateRooms.com
Situated in the heart of the traditional market town of Market Drayton in Shropshire, with close links to Shrewsbury and Chester. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, plus popular bar and restaurant. Low cost public parking is close by to the hotel. This Grade II listed building is an English Heritage site which was built in the 17th Century and arguably the most magnificent building in the area. With all the facilities on offer you can be safe in the knowledge that the team of professional staff will take care of your every need. Bedrooms have been sympathetically restored to offer elegantly styled and furnished accommodation which is in keeping with the ambiance of the hotel, with some rooms retaining original features such as exposed beams. Rooms comprise of en suite singles, doubles, twins and offer facilities including complimentary Wi-Fi, television and tea and coffee making facilities. The restaurant uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients wherever possible to offer delicious home cooked food in a relaxed and friendly setting. The bar provides a varied selection of wines, real ales and draught cask ales, offering something for all tastes. There are also speciality nights: Tuesdays is homemade pie night, Wednesday is steak night, Thursday is chilli night, Friday is fish night, Saturday is a la carte night which includes a three course meal and bottle of house wine for just £29.95 per couple. Also not forgetting Sundays where Sunday Lunch is served throughout the day. Market Drayton is a bustling market town where every Wednesday the main street through the town is closed off to allow local stallholders to set up and sell their wares. You'll find everything from fresh local produce to clothing and electrical goods. At the heart of the town lies the Buttercross, a lovely stone portico that was built in 1824 to act as a cover for the local stalls. The old town fire bell still hangs from the monument to act as a memorial to the fire that started in a local baker's in 1651 and almost destroyed the town. As you venture a little further out of town you can enjoy the delights of the Shropshire Union Canal and the breathtaking 40 steps aqueduct. Whether you are heading out for a gentle stroll to feed the ducks or if you are going for a hike towards Audlem, there is great fun to be had. Children will love helping the canal boaters with opening and closing the locks and there are plenty of places to rest and enjoy a picnic. Nearby are the award winning gardens of Wollerton Old Hall, Dorothy Clive Gardens and Bridgemere Garden World. Also Hawkstone Park, which is a unique landscape of follies cliffs and gardens.
|General||Bar/Lounge, Laundry facilities, No smoking, Non-smoking rooms available, Parking, Restaurant, Room service, Storage available|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)|
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