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Winner of Shropshire County Hotels Competition Announced

Winner of Shropshire County Hotels Competition Announced
The lucky winner of Shropshire County Hotel’s Autumn Competition has been announced as Marilyn Specterman from Bury, Manchester.

Marilyn's entry was drawn at random from nearly 3,000 entries received and can now look forward to 2 night's dinner, bed and breakfast for two at one of the county's leading independent and individual hotels.

Marilyn Specterman said, “In September my husband and I spent a wonderful two nights in Ironbridge. We toured parts of Shropshire and were so taken aback with its beauty that we decided to enter the competition for a chance to return next year. When Shropshire County Hotels rang to say that I had won the competition, you can imagine my surprise and sheer delight. All I can say is thank you and wow!”

Shropshire County Hotels is a select group of independent and individual quality hotels and inns in Shropshire, who joined forces nearly 20 years ago. Member hotels are chosen to reflect the quality and diversity of Shropshire itself: delightfully different Country House Hotels and Inns which are all distinctive in their own way. All take pride in offering outstanding hospitality and superb food which showcases the abundance of fantastic ingredients produced in Shropshire.

The Shropshire County Hotels and Inns collection is proud to include The Castle Hotel in Bishop's Castle, The Hundred House Hotel in Norton near Ironbridge,

The Crown Country Inn in Craven Arms, Fishmore Hall in Ludlow, Goldstone Hall Hotel in Market Drayton, Hadley Park House Hotel in Telford, Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel near Oswestry, and The Raven Hotel in Much Wenlock.

For your opportunity to find out more about Shropshire County Hotels and enter future competitions, please visit www.visitshropshirehotels.com and sign up to their e-newsletter.


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