The Hundred House Hotel
Inn in Telford, Shropshire
Atmospheric, family run Georgian coaching inn renowned for its award winning cuisine and hospitality. Our stunning 17th century Tithe Barn is ideal for Weddings, conference and banqueting.
The hotel has an amazing interconnecting warren of lavishly decorated bars and dining rooms with old quarry tiled floors, exposed brickwork, beamed ceilings and oak panelling. Open fires roar away during the winter season. Herb posies, pot pourri and lavender bunches all help perfume the atmosphere. Lavender water is even sprayed onto pillows in the bedrooms to help aid restful sleep!
Each bedroom is unique in design with half-testers, four posters, period furniture and most even have one of the hotel's renowned velvet covered swings hanging from the rafters - to incorporate the 'Garden' theme into the bedroom! Ideal for romantic stopovers and business guests alike as all rooms are ensuite, newly refurbished in 2011 with Victoria & Albert baths and rain showers, and have every modern day amenity.
The garden is a garden lovers paradise, full of unusual roses, trees, herbaceous plants and large working herb garden with over 50 varieties. The grounds have been set out to show the changing colours of every season. Several areas have been enhanced with huge stone displays, country artefacts, box hedges and pagodas. A water garden contains a variety of aquatic plants and fish.
Head chef and partner, Stuart Phillips trained at the Michelin rated properties of the Hotel Du Goyen, France and the Chester Grosvenor Hotel and spent six years at Kensington Place, London. His culinary skills have won the hotel 2AA rosettes for 19 years in a row renowned throughout Shropshire and he sources most meats and produce from local suppliers, along with using home-grown herbs from the gardens.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Double en suite||£65.00 - £135.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||5||2|
|Family en suite||£89.00 - £140.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||3||4|
|Suite||£120.00 - £120.00(Per Room per night, breakfast included)||1||2|
Hundred House & Apley Estate offer new Group Tours
Book your tour of Apley Victorian Walled Garden (1 1/2 hours), hosted by head gardener, Phil Allen, followed by lunch or dinner at The Hundred House.
With a 3 course menu created by Executive Chef, Stuart Phillips, using ingredients from Apley Garden and local suppliers in our 2AA rosette award winning restaurant, your meal will encompass the best produce that Apley and Shropshire have to offer. After dining you are also welcome to explore the award winning Hundred House Herb & Flower Gardens.
All this for just £25.00 per person.
This offer includes Apley Garden tour & three course seasonal lunch/dinner at The Hundred House. Monday-Thursday mornings, afternoon & early evening. Available for groups of a minimum of 15, up to a maximum of 50 people
To book please call Apley Estate Office on 01952 580510 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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From the M6 South. Exit M6 at J10a to join M54. Exit M54 at J4 and follow signs for Kidderminster A442 until you reach the Hundred House Hotel. See the website for further directions.
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