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Broseley House

Broseley Guest House, Broseley - This image is copyrighted


1 The Square
Nr Ironbridge
Nr Ironbridge
TF12 5EW


Tel : +44 01952 882043

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Family en suite
£40.00 - £90.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Single en suite
£40.00 - £90.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Double en suite
£40.00 - £90.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Twin en suite
£40.00 - £90.00
Per Room per night, breakfast included

Broseley House is a non-smoking affordable, luxury AA Highly Commended Four Star Guest House. Also offering self catering in two spacious newly re-furbished units. Ros and Paul are always striving to make their guests feel welcome and comfortable. On arrival you will be offered a pot of tea or coffee, and some delicious cakes and biscuits. Your hosts are only too pleased to sit and discuss the local attractions, and recommend places of interest to visit and where locally to eat. Broseley House is not just a guesthouse it's a home that welcomes guests. Broseley boasts a selection of quality restaurants, pubs, take-aways and good local amenities, all within an easy stroll. Use the complimentary guide to Broseley and enjoya walkaround this early Industrial town with it's fascinating local jitties or just relax with a complimentary pot of tea or coffee on the pretty elevated terrace and watch the world go by.

The individual and luxurious bedrooms are all en-suite with unique decor and hand painted furniture. The queensize four poster bed, with lovely drapes and hand quilted bedcover is a favourite for a romantic stay, and all the spacious rooms offer touches of luxury that will make your stay comfortable and enjoyable including hairdryer, radio alarm, complimentary beverages, cooling fans and many more home comforts. Relax in white fluffy bathrobes and slippers and watch one of the many DVD's and videos from the free borrowing library. Enjoy a traditional English breakfast freshly cooked with local produce, in the elegant dining room.A variety of healthy alternatives are always available, and for those with special diets or vegetarians every effort is made to cater for your needs. Broseley House supports and uses local and Fairtrade products.

The 1820's imposing and lovingly restored period townhouse stands in the centre of the historic town of Broseley and is situated less than two miles from Ironbridge where you can discover ten amazing museums in one beautiful valley. From the guesthouse explore the fascinating early Industrial town of Broseley where the first Watts blowing engine was erected, the first iron boat built and the Iron Bridge conceived and planned. Brosesley House is an ideal base for those who love walking or cycling (Cycle Hire and a secure lock up is available for guests' bikes) Free use of booklets of local walks, Wenlock Edge, The Wrekin, Bridgnorth, Cardingmill Valley and The LongMynd. Telford International Business Centre, Weston Park, Shrewsbury and Ludlow are within easy reach. Unrestricted parking is available adjacent toBroseley House. Rosand Paul look forward to welcoming you to there home.

Excerpts from the Visitor'sBook:

""Definitely our best B&B experience, a delightful room, fantastic food, a warm welcome with afternoon tea on our arrival..."" S & J Surrey.

""What a find-a jewel of a B&B. Attention to detail is unbelievable, and so lovely to see Fair Trade Products. I stay awayevery week but this is the loveliest hotel/B&B so far."" Josephine from London.

""A beautiful period house, full of period delights. All those little extras really made our stay most enjoyable."" Phyl and Steve, Wales.

""Home from home. We have never been so spoiled. Our hosts really do that that 'can do' attitude."" Pam and Alan Thomas Australia.

""The four poster room is quite magical. We loved the bathrobes and all the extra touches. You made our anniversary memorable."" Dot and John

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By Road

From M54 to Telford exit junction 4, follow signs to Ironbridge. Take B4373 to Broseley (Pipe Museum). After one and a half miles turn right at Total Garage cross roads along Church Rd to mini roundabout where Broseley House will be seen in front of you.

By Public Transport

From Telford - 7 miles
Bus from Telford to Broseley

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Broseley House facilities include:

  • Ironing facilities
  • Cater for vegetarians
  • Serve breakfast
  • Accept children (minimum age)
  • Garden/patio for guests' use
  • Central heating throughout

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