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Welcome to The Old Rectory of St James

Address: Stirchley Road, Stirchley, Telford, TF3 1DY

Hotel Description

A mile from Telford centre and The International Centre, this Georgian house was originally a rectory of St James’s Church. It has been converted to offer bed and breakfast accommodation in a secluded country location. The Old Rectory’s cooked breakfast is made from local ingredients, and includes homemade bread and jams, and eggs from the hotel’s own hens. Afternoon tea is served on arrival, with a tray of homemade cakes. Rooms all have a flat-screen TV and scenic views. Guests can also make use of free Wi-Fi throughout the building, and free private parking on site. The Shropshire hills that surround The Old Rectory of St James are ideal for walking and cycling. Guests can fish in the nearby lakes and rivers, and take a 10-minute drive to explore the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge.

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The International Centre Telford - Exhibition

The International Centre Telford - Exhibition

Distance 1.06 miles (1.7 km)
Our three inter-linking halls offer 10,300m of pillar-free space. Whilst each hall can be used individually for smaller events, they can also be opened up for larger exhibitions. In addition to this, our Ironbridge Suite offers an extra 1,300m of event space, making a total of 11,600m. Our numerous conference suites are all situated adjacent to the halls, allowing ample space for seminars and related events. Add all this to the excellent registration and technical facilities, and an organiser's office in each hall and you have the perfect venue for any exhibition, whether large or small.

Buildwas Abbey - Shropshire - Castle

Buildwas Abbey - Shropshire - Castle

Distance 3.91 miles (6.26 km)
Set beside the River Severn, against a backdrop of wooded grounds a short distance from the Iron Bridge, are the extensive remains of this Cistercian abbey, founded in 1135.