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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, Laundry, Ironing service, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
From 15:00 hours
07:00 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
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/children's cots permitted in a room is 2.
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 allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Drapers Hall offers 5-star, luxury rooms and a contemporary restaurant within a historic, 16th-century building. Stylish rooms offer double spa baths, scenic views, and glass chandeliers.
Score from 88 reviews Superb
Just off the A5, on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, this air-conditioned hotel features large, modern bedrooms, a contemporary restaurant and conference facilities.
Score from 703 reviews Very good
In a 16th-century building, the Lion & Pheasant Hotel features a traditional restaurant and stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is situated on Wyle Cop, in Shrewsbury’s historical centre.
Score from 216 reviews Fabulous
With a traditional restaurant and ale bar, this family-run hotel has a patio garden and scenic views. The Corbet Arms sits on the banks of the River Severn, just 5 minutes’ drive from Shrewsbury.
Score from 334 reviews Superb
Lovely atmosphere, rooms and food
Free parking available and the bar had a friendly atmosphere (shame they think its 24 hour). Lovely looking 'suite' and the live Friday night act.
Where to start?- Room looked lovely but needs redecorating and cobwebs removing from the bedroom and bathroom ceilings. Main issue was the noise of the music from the bar filtering into the room from below. The bar staff seem to get on well, so much so, that after the live act left they put music back on but at a higher volume. At 11:30 pm we called reception to ask what time the music would stop. The phone was answered in an odd way with the person apologising as he thought we were staff. The music then started again at 7:30 am. In between the noise of the bar & music we were kept awake by the people in the room above who took several trips to the toilet and enjoyed the shower. We know this as all you hear is rushing water. Then at 7:45, they hoovered reception! It would have been polite to have informed us prior to booking of the location of this room and the noise associated with it. As we weren't, we booked what looked great but was the worst hotel we have stayed in, in years. We were rushed at dinner time. When we checked out we weren't asked if we enjoyed our stay - wonder why? Would have informed the staff but perhaps they just don't care. Save your money & stay somewhere nice. Extremely disappointed and tired doesn't really cover how we feel.
The location was lovely. The rooms were a good size and the building had character
Poor night's sleep due to noise on the front lawn way past midnight. Forgetting to book a taxi despite been given 3 days notice Breakfast chef did not turn up so no cooked breakfast available. Even as we were leaving at 8:45 a chef still had not been found to cover. Windows and bathroom structure could have been cleaner
Had a room just off the courtyard in the stables it was clean and the bed was comfortable although bathroom was a little dated. Good selection of teas and coffees in room.
I didn't like the high windows I couldn't see out made me feel closed in but as I only stayed 1 night I could put up with it. I sat out in the courtyard until it was time to get ready to go out.
Dinner and breakfast were both excellent. Bedrooms are small but very comfortable. Lots of narrow stairs, not suitable for people with limited mobility. Very busy on a Friday night, full of locals having dinner. Very pleasant buzz. Fine selection of draught beers including excellent Guinness. Lovely grounds and riverside setting. 5 minutes drive to Shrewsbury town centre.
Location of hotel very pleasant,food good.
Room was in annex, small, dark, same level as carpark through small window, headlights shining in, door opened onto public courtyard.Not private. Not advised of this, thought rooms were all main hotel. No view, not much daylight. No running cold water in wash basin. had to pay for breakfast even though said on menu breakfast included in room rate. Charges not at all clear. £120 very poor value. no reduction because of room faults. Advised to write in but received no reply.
Lovely scrambled eggs and smoked salmon for breakfast - I paid separately as breakfast wasn't included in my deal but these were probably the best scrambled eggs I have ever had.
Location and service.
Small room (18) and noisy courtyard at night.
Lovely hotel great evening meal
Expensive for a tiny little room with no breakfast included
character of hotel friendly staff
cleanliness, old shower cap in bathroom, smell of damp carpet up stairs, fly's in restaurant
It is easy to find. Located on the main road, but there is not much traffic, so I was not bothered by the noise. Nice fresh food served. It is charming.
Outside the window needs cleaning. The window was painted over, being just a bit open, so I could not close it completely.
The rooms were well presented. Care had been taken to provide small details. Furnishings were of a high standard. Easy parking and the food was excellent.
Shower a bit difficult to regulate, towels too small (bath sheet rather than bath towel should be the norm in every hotel) Inadequate ventilation in the bathroom.
Loose tea and a teapot with a strainer built in. Cafetiere coffee. All part of the "tray in the room" service.
As a single female traveller, ground floor rooms were not secure if the window was open.
Friendly staff excellent food and just across the road from a National Trust property!
Our room had a view of the carpark whole others got a river view!
The Mytton Mermaid is a very nice, although 'tired' hotel. We stayed for three nights and were impressed with the staff, overall comfort and reasonable food and prices. The location is very nice and also pretty awful, refer opposite.
Unfortunately the Mytton Mermaid is at the side of a very busy road, which is not too noticeable until when trying to sleep, if you have a road facing room. There is no air conditioning in the rooms and so the window has to be left open on warm nights.
Stunning position, by river with stunning stone bridge, opposite 4000 acres of National Trust Attingham Park with stately home. Beautiful church and grounds to rear. Plenty of parking. Dog friendly. Lovely grounds, including large front garden to enjoy for drinks/food in summer. Nice pub style restaurant inside. Very authentic. Very friendly staff.
The booking was mixed up, even though made it clear on booking.com. Luckily rang prior to arriving and sorted out the confusion. The communal areas in the stable block where our accommodation was could do with a redecoration as looking tired, plaster coming off etc.. Room hot at night, (was a warm day). Little bit of rising damp. (ground floor room no.15). Could do with a brighter colour. Slightly disappointing evening meal. Given the Sunday lunch time menu for evening, so all the left overs. Beef was nice, roast potatoes obviously cooked in morning, so pretty rank by the time reheated, (several times?). Not much finesse on the cooking front. Fish over salted as came with samphire which is a naturally very salty vegetable so almost inedible. Would have been nice to be offered an evening menu. Just felt being served the leftovers from whatever wasn't eaten earlier in day.
Historic location by the River Severn and old world charm of the building and interior. Good food and ales - locally sourced. Friendly helpful staff - although their youth and inexperience sometimes showed.Tea and coffee in bedroom also had interesting & unusual varieties from local merchants. Lovely bedroom.
Bathroom could do with a little maintenance and attention. Why oh why use plastic packs of English mustard to go with aged prime cut locally sourced beef steak !!
The location of the hotel is excellent being just out of the city centre. The room was comfortable and the bathroom well appointed.
There was nothing to dislike about the hotel.
Room size too small,no room to put luggage really
No complaints at all. Everything exceeded my expectations. The free entertianment on Friday night was brilliant.
Location and property were brilliant. Staff were amazing, couldn't do enough for you. Attentive but not intrusive.
Very friendly and helpful staff at Reception and in the restaurant. Food was tasty. Room was tastefully furnished and comfortable. Lots of different ground coffees and teas in the room including a teapot and cake which was a lovely touch. Cannot comment on the breakfast as we were room only option.
Alarm in the room went off at midnight which woke us up with a start, staff were very apologetic to be fair. Also staff congregated on the front lawn just below our window and were a little loud until 1.30am so we couldn't sleep til they had gone. Shame because it spoiled our stay a little bit.
The hotel was splendid in every way - food, ambience, comfort and had the added surprises of being next to the river, right opposite a National Trust property and with an ancient jewel of a church in the grounds. I thought that it might be noisy at night, but that wasn't the case after 11pm
I thought continental breakfast rather over- priced.
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