Ah...Best Western Valley Hotel. A stunning retreat located in the breathtakingly beautiful World Heritage site of Ironbridge, just four miles from Telford. Words may not do the AA 3 star Georgian House justice, but when we tell you that the hotel overlooks the River Severn, is bordered by beautiful parkland, has 44 individual ensuite bedrooms, and full conference and banqueting facilities and lies within easy reach of museums and attractions that showcase this world famous area and its industrial heritage, the scene should be well and truly set! The 2 AA rosette awarded Chez Maw Restaurant offers a full á la carte menu with a selection of modern European cuisine, and offers views of the stunning valley (as does the adjoining bar area) to provide a unique and relaxing experience for all guests. Excellent service, award wining food in a fantastic location, make this hotel almost indescribable! Enjoy your stay.
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No pets allowed, Guide and Hearing dogs only.
We enjoyed two nights here to visit some of the museums in the gorge and thoroughly enjoyed our stay, especially as the hotel was so atmospheric and in such a lovely environment. We had booked a...
Bournemouth, United Kingdom on 22-Jul-2018
We stayed for one night. Booking included a buffet breakfast. Location is in the shadow of a power station. The gardens are lovely. Our room, room 4 was a good size, but that's where it stopped. If...
By Clive G
Perth, Australia on 22-Jul-2018
My husband and I stayed for 1 night. I had Booked a double room b & b online last minute and got a good price. On arrival, Chris, receptionist was great and informed us he had upgraded us to a four...
By Karen L
Boston, United Kingdom on 22-Jul-2018
Booked the Best Western Valley Hotel for one night for a birthday treat. Room was an ok size but was way too hot and the fan provided just blew the hot air around really. no air conditioning which...
London, England on 21-Jul-2018
We had booked a two night stay with Buy-a-Gift. Our arrival coincided with a wedding, so we had to sidestep the welcome party and a group of flautists to get to reception which was slightly awkward...