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Drapers Hall Restaurant & Boutique Rooms
St Marys Place, Shrewsbury, SY1 1DZ – Show map
Excellent location — rated 9.5/10! (score from 66 reviews)
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Massage, Bicycle rental
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room, Restaurant (à la carte), Snack bar, Special diet menus (on request)
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and costs GBP 12 per day.
Packed lunches, Luggage storage, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, VIP room facilities, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
French, Spanish, English
15:00 - 21:00 hours
10:30 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 2.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
Drapers Hall Restaurant & Boutique Rooms accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
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The food was fantastic, well presented and well prepared. The restaurant was not busy, but still had good atmosphere and we felt very comfortable. The decor is thoughtful and respectful to the heritage of the building whilst still feeling fresh and modern, and not a little quirky.
Dinner in a Tudor hall
Bed was a bit small
The staff in particular were friendly and welcoming. The food and wine were super and the room beautifully furnished and the bathroom - just enough bling!
At breakfast (Sunday morning) a fellow diner felt it necessary to point out that we were not alone in the dining room. I felt the need to apologise for inconveniencing him. Perhaps if there had been newspapers to hand we would have immersed ourselves in them rather than "talk shop".
Beautiful room ( the Wool room) at the top of the building. Very sweet and cosy with a lovely homely feel. A pretty Alice in Wonderland door into the bathroom. Gorgeous home cooked breakfast and friendly helpful staff.
Couldn't find any fault at all with the hotel except parking isn't the easiest and you really need to ring ahead to book that to ensure a parking spot. But then you shouldn't always expect to be able to park in the centre of a town so it's not a negative just something to be aware of.
Efficient girl at breakfast (she seemed out of place here).
Cramped hotel with no parking (this is a major problem in Shrewsbury). A lot of external noise. One of the worst arrivals I've ever had. Checked in by inexperienced, indifferent boy. Restaurant was closed, even though we booked. Room right above the bar, even though we requested a quiet one. Receptionist talking to his girlfriend outside. Told me to shut the window when I leaned out to ask him to stop.This in 28 degrees (obviously no air con). When I asked to speak with owner he was on holiday. Terrible.
Beautiful building full of character. Nice outdoor decking area.
The restaurant was closed due to work being carried out which was disappointing as one of my reasons for booking was for the food also another reason for booking was for the jacuzzi bath which upon arrival we were told was not working. I did check on this a few days prior but my telephone call was not retuened.
The staaf had a very wellcoming attitude. The interior of the house was very attractive.
The view from the window of the room into a Backyard wasn´t pleasant
The breakfast was wonderful. One of our best decisions was to stay here. The staff were friendly and welcoming.
Great room (more like an apartment really) with all you could wish for in comfort. Very friendly and helpful staff (we arrived before 09.00 just to drop our bags off and we were allowed into the room from then with no extra charge).
Everything was great.
Location, staff, breakfast & hotel original features
Wi-fi didn't work in our room, however as we were on holiday it didn't matter.
Lovely place, excellent food and atmosphere. Would defiantly go again.
Location, restaurant, ambiance (wonderful old building). Inexpensive public parking was available nearby.
Price fairly high.
Bed. We did reservation of King size bedroom. There was not king-size.
Decor is as expected for a boutique type hotel. Bar is funky and serves good cocktails. Rooms nicely decorated.
Steak's weren't cooked as requested (one came back as rare, rather than medium) and quality of steak wasn't great compared to House of the Rising Sun restaurant in Shrewsbury. Was a bit tough and not v tasty.
Breakfasts! Fantastic, staff, great, room super. What can I say, there was nothing bad.
The bell in the local church.
The Wool Suite was so lovely. The full english breakfast was one of the most enjoyable breakfasts we have ever had at a hotel.
Great welcome and service. Very central for town centre. Beds were lovely and comfortable. Very quaint and pretty hotel. Would stay here again.
It was great to have tea and coffee facilities but change the cups they were tiny!! Also mirror in the bathroom was great for looking at your lower body. Just need to move it to the wall on left at head height. This was in the Teal room.
Location was excellent Although the toilet was not working it was dealt with swiftly
The room was dusty mould in bathroom The second day only the top cover was put on the bed other sheets not straightened out Bathroom not cleaned
Quaintness of hotel. Real free range eggs at breakfast.
Lack of parking
Everything! This was our second stay here and look forward to returning again. Breakfast is always a fun treat with the covered berry bowl--every day different and a fun start for the day. Oh, and the wonderful coffee latte!
The rain. But Drapers has umbrellas if you forget yours--so perfect a place to stay--like family!
Great location, fantastic building, great food, great staff.
Getting up those old stairs after a "couple" of drinks !!
Excellent location; charming staff; fantastic breakfast. Much nicer than the larger hotels in the town centre.
Food was excellent, the bar is nice, the outside space for a drink is lovely, and the history of the building makes for a special setting.
The room was a bit dusty and there was a bit of a moth infestation. Whilst the staff were friendly, and some were very diligent, others were perhaps a bit inexperienced, so attention to detail was lacking.
The age and character of the building. The food was high quality and well prepared.
The staff were on the whole very pleasant but seemed to lack training/management. Breakfast was a bit of a guessing game, there was no menu and everything had to be requested when required.
The design and the quality
There's limited parking and the staff need to be more alert to the fact.
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