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Sitting on the banks of the River Severn in the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge the Best Western Valley Hotel overlooks stunning parkland and offers a great choice of ensuite bedrooms, a 2 AA rosetted restaurant and excellent customer service.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 44
Parking Spaces: 60
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 2pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Best Western Valley Hotel in Ironbridge is a country house hotel offering a riverside setting and breath taking views of the surrounding parkland. This Georgian listed building is the perfect choice for visiting the World Heritage site – the Ironbridge Gorge and Ironbridge Museums. Located only 10 minutes drive from Telford town centre the Valley Hotel is an ideal base for visiting Shropshire and the West Midlands.
This charming 3 star hotel offers guests a choice of 44 ensuite bedrooms. Each bedroom is meticulously clean and comfortable and have been tastefully designed offering guests a ‘home from home’ environment where you can relax and unwind.
The two AA Rosette award winning Chez Maw restaurant situated within the Valley Hotel invites you to enjoy a stylish Modern British fine dining experience, with a chic, yet relaxed atmosphere. Drinks pre and post dinner can be taken on the outside terrace allowing for an alfresco aspect to any evening or lunch.
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The Valley Hotel offers a great choice of rooms which are available as doubles, twins, singles, family and four poster rooms.
Complimentary WIFI is available in all bedrooms and public areas of the hotel, alongside flat screen TV’s, and tea and coffee making facilities.
Some rooms are situated in the old house, and some rooms are located in the one time servant quarters and stables have been absorbed by the main hotel to provide Mews style accommodation, accessed by glass covered walkways.
Over recent years the hotel has undergone extensive improvements, but the original maws tiles can still be found in the hotel reception area and staircase ensuring the character of the building has been retained
Bar & Restaurant
Chez Maw Restaurant is situated in the heart Ironbridge, along side the River Severn, providing the perfect beauty spot to enjoy the stunning surrounding scenery. Drinks pre and post dinner can be taken on the outside terrace allowing for an alfresco aspect to any evening or lunch.
The A La Carte menu offers a wide variety of dishes with English and Continental influences, with a good selection of vegetarian dishes available. The achievement of 2 AA Rosettes for the last 16 years, provides confirmation of the consistent high standard of cuisine.
Monday to Friday 12.00pm until 2.00pm
Monday to Saturday 7.00pm until 9.30pm,
Sunday 7.00pm until 9.00pm
The Hotel and Restaurant Bar provides a perfect setting for enjoying an alfresco drink on the terrace before and after dinner.
The Bar offers comfortable and relaxing surroundings in which the A La Carte menu can be perused before dinner, where coffee can be taken after a meal or simply enjoyed for drink.
In addition to a good selection of wines and aperitifs, local real ales are available along with a range of speciality coffee.
The Bar Menu is available from 12.00 until 2.00pm weekdays.
Directions to Best Western Valley Hotel in Ironbridge
Directions if Travelling by Car
South Bound from for M6 Junction 11 take the A460 to join the M54
North Bound from the M6 take junction 10A on to the M54
East Bound from the A5 and Shrewsbury join the M54
West Bound from the A5 and A38 take the A460 towards wolverhampton and join the M54
We encourage all our guests to use public transport whenever possible. You will see on the map of Ironbridge that many of the attractions or places of interest are within walking distance of the hotel. You may also wish to consider hiring bicycles, as an alternative method of transport.
Cyclists are welcome and the hotel can provide a bicycle rack available next to the reception area
Electric Car Charger
The Valley Hotel are one of the first Hotel's in Shropshire to install an electric car charging point at the hotel. BEST WESTERN is is providing the world's first network of electric car charging stations throughout the UK. This new initiative will make electric vehicles more accessible and attractive to the public with long term benefits tot eh environment and much lower running costs for the motorists who switch over.
Hotel Notice BoardUnless otherwise stated guests staying on a rate inclusive of dinner will receive dinner from the Table d'Hote menu.
Less than 10 minutes walk down river from the Valley hotel is the now World famous Iron bridge itself. This bridge has become a symbol of our bygone Industrial Heritage , the atmosphere of which has been recaptured by the many and varied Ironbridge Gorge Museums Sites. All the museum sites are within easy walking distance, or a short drive away from the hotel.
As well as being the home of the first Iron Bridge, the gorge is host to 10 award wining museum sites located in and around the valley, many of which re create this birthplace of industry. Blists Hill Victorian Town is a recreation of how the Victorians lived and worked, a must see whilst visiting this part of the world. Feel like you have travelled 100 years back in time as you experience the sights, sounds, tastes and smells that were once a part of this era.
Enginuity – the place to switch your imagination to an interactive Design and Technology Centre, find out for yourself how good ideas are turned into great products…
And don t forget to make time for the China Museum, Tar Tunnel, and Tile Museum.
Severn Valley Railway - Take a steam train journey through the breathtaking countryside of Bridgnoth to Kidderminster. The line dates back to 1862 and still remains for visitors to enjoy the route which closely follows the meandering course of the River Severn. Stopping at the many country stops along the way allows a break from the journey, to
enjoy the charm of the traditional stations which provide access to local villages and riverside walks.
Outside of the Ironbridge Gorge lies a number of market towns, all worthy of a visit in their own right. Shrewsbury, the birthplace of Charles Darwin, makes an excellent shopping day out, with a whole host of shops that would not be found on the average high street. This town is full of character and charm, and if you have time between the shopping, a riverside cruise or trip to the castle may be the perfect alternative.