Shropshire County Hotels is a select group of independent and individual quality hotels and inns in Shropshire, who joined forces nearly 20 years ago. Member hotels are chosen to reflect the quality and diversity of Shropshire itself: delightfully different Country House Hotels and Inns which are all distinctive in their own way. All take pride in offering outstanding hospitality and superb food which showcases the abundance of fantastic ingredients produced in Shropshire.
The Shropshire County Hotels and Inns collection is proud to include:
- The Castle Hotel in Bishop's Castle; an eighteenth century inn with good food, panoramic views, fabulous gardens and one of the finest selections of real ales in Shropshire.
- Fishmore Hall in Ludlow; a privately-owned boutique country house hotel with unrivalled views over stunning Shropshire countryside.
- Goldstone Hall Hotel in Market Drayton; a quality rural hotel and restaurant in a Georgian manor house, which has parts dating back to medieval times and is set in delightful gardens.
- Hadley Park House Hotel in Telford is a luxury independent hotel in Shropshire which incorporates the award-winning AA Rosette Dorrells Restaurant.
- The Hundred House Hotel in Norton near Ironbridge; expertly crafted over the last 30 years by the Philips family with lavish, en suite hotel rooms, antique furnishings and four poster beds.
- Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel near Oswestry; a Silver-stone Georgian rectory set high in the Shropshire/Welsh hills with superb views and walks from the door.
- The Raven Hotel in Much Wenlock, Shropshire; a former 17th century coaching inn with historic Olympic connection that prides itself on providing a friendly service, truly tasty food, fine wine, local ale and individually styled, comfortable accommodation.
- Old Dowton Lodge in Ludlow; a restaurant with rooms that have unforgettable bedrooms: Quirky, luxurious, packed with history and designed to make you smile.
Make sure your next stay in Shropshire is at a Shropshire County Hotel or Inn. To make an enquiry with any of our members, follow the links on their individual web pages or give them a call; they would love to hear from you.