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Dovecote Grange Guest House
Bratton Road, Bratton, TF5 0BS Admaston Show map
This attractive family-run guest house offers superior accommodation for the discerning traveller, in a warm, friendly, family atmosphere with views of the beautiful surrounding countryside all around.
The guest house has an idyllic location, surrounded by beautiful tranquil English countryside. Its great access to the region’s major roads makes it a convenient base for visiting the area on business or for exploring the surrounding region for leisure. Telford town centre is just 10 minutes away, as is the International Centre and all of the town’s industrial and commercial zones. The guest house also has a great location for touring Shropshire's many magnificent sights and historical attractions, such as Ironbridge, Shrewsbury and Ludlow.
All of the bright, spacious, airy rooms are well appointed and have TVs with integrated DVD/CD players, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers, bathrobes and a range of toiletries and bath products in the en suite bathrooms.
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Facilities of Dovecote Grange Guest House
- Non-smoking throughout
- Meeting/banquet facilities
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Policies of Dovecote Grange Guest House
These are general hotel policies for . As they may vary per room type; please also check the room conditions.
16:00 - 21:30 hours
Until 11:00 hours
Children and extra beds
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
Accepted credit cards
- American Express
- Diners Club
The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.
The guest house offers uncompromising comfort and style, together with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. All of the rooms have free Wi-Fi wireless broadband internet access, including the sumptuous guest lounge. The guest lounge has an impressive inglenook fireplace with a log burner, French oak furniture and sumptuous leather sofas, providing the perfect ambience in which to relax. Guests are welcome to browse and select from a small library of books, CDs and DVDs, which can be enjoyed in the comfort of your room. The lounge also has a mini mp3 stereo system so you can relax or read with your favourite music in the background. Informal meetings for up to 10 people can be held in the lounge or even in the garden in summer. More formal meetings can be accommodated in the dining room, around the large solid oak table. The guest house can also provide catering arrangements to suit your needs, from simple drinks and snacks to an imaginative and mouth-watering hot or cold buffet meal.
The beautiful professionally landscaped gardens are a delight to explore and relax in, with immaculate lawns, mature flower borders and an ornamental fish pond. Stroll around the garden and you will also come across the small collection of rare breed hens, providers of many a fine breakfast and always a pleasure to watch as they scurry about their busy lives.
There is a suspended deck over the fish pond, where you can sit and contemplate the beautiful setting and perhaps feed the fish. There is also a private guest patio situated just off the guest lounge. Here you can sit and take breakfast in the sun or enjoy a relaxing evening drink at the end of the day.
Food & beverage
A high-quality full cooked English breakfast is included in the quoted room rates, and continental and vegetarian options are also available. The traditional cooked English breakfast is made using locally sourced produce wherever possible, including bacon and hand-made sausages from the region. Eggs, of course, come from the guest house’s own free-range hens. Alternatively, you may prefer a lighter breakfast to start your day and croissants, fresh rolls, jams, marmalades and preserves are available, as are a selection of cold cooked meats and cheeses. In addition, there are always cereals and fruit juices.
Those with special dietary needs can be accommodated on request. While your breakfast is freshly prepared, you are invited to help yourself to a refreshing starter from the wide range available every morning.
A freshly prepared light but filling evening meal is available on request. The guest house offers an Italian-style freshly cooked warm panini and a generous side salad, alongside a hot or cold dessert and a hot or cold drink.
All of the large, comfortable rooms are located on the first floor and look out onto the beautiful surrounding countryside. There are 2 double/twin rooms, 2 single rooms and one luxury double/family room.
All of the rooms are attractively decorated and stylishly furnished to a very high standard. Each room is unique, distinctive and individually decorated, but each has the same level of quality fittings and furnishings. Every room has an en suite bathroom with a bath or a shower, as well as all the personal care products and toiletries you need to pamper yourself. Each room has a dedicated workstation area for the business traveller to work in privacy.
Beautiful countryside, important historical sites, castles and museums, Shropshire has plenty so see and do and for you to discover,
The guest house is surrounded by beautiful countryside. Whether you are visiting the region as a sightseer, a walker, or simply to relax and recharge, you will not be disappointed.
Shropshire is blessed with many important historical sites that can be visited all year round. Possibly one of the country’s most significant is the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, birthplace of the industrial revolution. The site is situated on the banks of the River Severn in Telford and boasts many working museums which allow you to step back in time and experience a bygone era.
Alternatively you may wish to go further back in time and visit one of the region’s many castles, for example Ludlow, Shrewsbury, Stokesay or Powis Castle, just over the border in Powys in Wales. Ludlow castle is host to the famous annual arts festival which takes place in July.
Some other sites of interest in the area include the ruined abbeys of Buildwas and Haughmond, the significant Roman ruins at Wroxeter and the National Trust estate of Attingham Park. Wroxeter is also home to an award-winning vineyard, where you can sample some of their well-regarded wines and perhaps even purchase a bottle or 2.
There are various sporting clubs, activities and facilities within a short distance of the guest house. There are also plenty of excellent restaurants and pubs in which to enjoy a meal and have a drink within easy walking distance.
By Car (from the M54 westbound):
- Exit the M54 westbound at junction 6 and take the 3rd exit (right) past the Wrekin Retail Park and Tesco.
- Continue to the next big island.
- At this roundabout and at the next roundabout, continue over, following the signs for the Princess Royal Hospital.
- At the 3rd roundabout, continue on straight over.
- At the next roundabout turn left, taking the 1st exit, just past the Travel Inn, and follow the signs for Admaston.
- After you pass the Pheasant Inn pub on the left-hand side, turn right at the crossroads into Bratton Road, then take the 1st right on the raised road section.
- Dovecote Grange is 200 metres further down on the left-hand side.
Due to the deep fish pond, children must be accompanied at all times whilst in the garden.