Hotel Lion Quays Oswestry
Surrounded By Its Own Grounds, Parkland Androlling Countryside, Lion Quays Has Direct Accessfrom The A5 Trunk Road And Is The Perfectlocation If You Are On Business In The Area, Orare Taking A Break To Explore This Beautifularea. There Is Ample Free Car Parking Here In Ourown Car Parks. This 82 Bedroom Hotel Is Besidethe Llangollen Canal, Where We Have Our Ownmoorings For The Colourful Narrowboats That Youwill Be Able To Watch Gliding Peacefully By. Manyrooms Over Look This Famous Waterway And Havetheir Own Private Balconies. Lion Quays Is Airconditioned Throughout And All Bedrooms Havedouble Or Twin Beds Flat Screen Tv Withsatellite And Terrestrial Channels Hospitalitytray Hair Dryer Iron And Ironing Boardselection Of Fine Toiletries 24 Hour Roomservice Menu There Is A Lift To All Three Floorsand A Choice Of Non Smoking Or Smoking Rooms. Wealso Have An Elegant Bridal Suite And Othersuites, Special Family Rooms Where A Selection Oftoys Are Available And Rooms With Facilities Fordisabled Guests. We Will Be Pleased To Placeflowers, Fruit And Champagne In Rooms For Anadditional Charge. The Hotel Lounge Has Alog Burning Stove And Is A Comfortable Area Torelax In And Meet Friends Or Business Associates.drinks And Refreshments Are Served Here.
Hotel Wynnstay Oswestry
Dating from 1727, this Georgian posting house is ideal for business or pleasure. Facilities include a purpose built conference suite, crown bowling greet, luxury health and beauty club and award winning restaurant. Ideal touring base for Welsh borders, Shrewsbury, The Marches, Chester and National Trust properties. Restaurant closed on Sundays, food available in bar/lounge.
Hotel Lake Vyrnwy Oswestry
Located high on the hillsides of the Berwyn Mountain range within the 24,000 acre Vyrnwy Estate, our Victorian Country House commands panoramic views to all horizons. The dramatically contrasting landscape of Snowdonia - craggy mountains, wild moorland, forests, spectacular waterfalls - all combine to create a bewitching backdrop to Lake Vyrnwy itself. Every attention to detail is given to make your stay enjoyable. You will leave completely refreshed and rejuvenated, with some very special memories. All bedrooms are individually furnished and decorated, some with special features such as Jacuzzis, suites, four posters, and balconies. All have remote-control televisions, radio, direct dial telephones, and hair dryers.
Hotel Sebastians Oswestry
Sebastians is an award winning 16th Century Hotel and Restaurant. Sebastians Michelle Fisher enjoy welcoming their guests who invariably return for the exceptional hospitality and comfort that is the Sebastians Experience.From French cuisine to luxurious accommodation your every need is taken care of. Close attention to detail ensures that your stay will be very special.There are six bedrooms all en-suite with colour television, direct dial telephones and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room has its own delightful character, mostly with oak beams and brass four poster beds, all are individually furnished in keeping with the period of this historic building and historic town. There are two rooms on the ground floor with full wheelchair access to the bathroom and shower. Please note all bedrooms are non-smoking. There is secure parking available to all guests.So whether staying at the hotel or dining in the Restaurant you can always be assured of a truly memorable evening at Sebastians.SPECIAL REDUCED RATES FOR WEEKENDS ONLY.
Hotel Sweeney Hall Oswestry
Set in award winning grounds at the heart of the Countryside but with easy road and rail access to many major towns. All areas furnished to an extremly high standard. Friendly, efficient but unobtrusive staff. Very popular resturant serving both A la Carte, Fixed Price meals and daily specials. From roaring log fires in the winter to beautiful sunsets on the lawn in the Summer a stay at the Sweeney is like coming home to your family.
Hotel Pen-y-Dyffryn Oswestry
About the hotel
Pe-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel is a silver-stone former Georgian rectory in the Shropshire Hills
Location of Pen-y-Dyffryn
Midway between Shrewsbury and Chester, in a peaceful hillside setting, with no passing traffic. The National Trust properties of Powis Castle, Chirk Castle, Attingham and Erddig are all nearby, as is Wales’ highest waterfall, Lake Vyrnwy, Shrewsbury and Chester. Excellent hill walking
In five acres of grounds, with no passing traffic, Pen-y-Dyffryn combines unobtrusive hospitality with high standards of service, guaranteeing that "away from it all” feeling. Some bedrooms have spa baths, others have private patios. A full range of massage and therapies re available.
Bar, comprehensive wine list, log fires, two rosette award restaurant, sun terrace, massage treatments.