Library House

11 Severn Bank, Telford, TF8 7AN, England

Built in 1740 and at one time the village's library, this small guesthouse sits on the hillside near the Ironbridge museums and just a few steps from the bridge. The house has been beautifully restored, with plenty of original and Victorian features brought to the fore (in a nice nod to its former life, its old library shelves still line the guest room walls). There are a few more-modern luxuries too, such as a DVD library. Rooms are furnished with elegance, and service is warm without being obtrusive. Breakfasts are outstanding—they have even won a regional "healthy eating" award.

PROS

  • welcoming hosts
  • good location
  • free parking passes for the town

CONS

  • not for families with young children
  • no restaurant

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 01952-432299

HOTEL DETAILS

4 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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