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Mytton and Mermaid
Atcham, Shrewsbury, SY5 6QG – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special diet menus (on request)
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! 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.
Free! All children under 2 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/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.
Cards accepted at this property
Mytton and Mermaid accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
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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.
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.
lovely old manor type house lots of old world charm -good bar and dining room-interesting menu -good location for Shrewsbury if you are in a car
rooms could do with redecorating and the carpet could do with a shampoo - some equipment not working - should have had breakfast included for the price they charged
The staff and atmosphere was excellent.
Cobwebs and only limited choice on menu.
Location by the river Severn. Family run " feel". Good menu on first night, good breakfast menu. Very friendly staff
Very popular, especially the weekend we were there, this meant the first evening meal service was unacceptably slow. Unfortunately, for us, the second evening was "themed" as a tapas evening and the hotel did not feel any alternative menu for residents was necessary. One was eventually offered, reluctantly, based on the bar snack menu but we, reluctantly, made other arrangements. Also because of popularity parking was difficult if you arrived late pm or during the evening.
I thought it was a lovely setting by the river
The continental breakfast had a pretty poor selection of cereals and there was no toast on the morning I tried it.
Food was excellent
Small, hot, single room overlooking the kitchen ventilation. Drone from the kitchen fan.
no lift but they did help me with my case
This is a hotel with a lot of character. Our room was delightful and the pub served great food with a side of amusing local folklore. The staff were very helpful, with strong lads on hand to take our heavy bags up the three flights of stairs to our room. There's a quaint little church around the back of the hotel and a lovely National Trust property across the road to visit. If the weather had been warmer I'm sure we would have loved to sit out in their garden and relax watching the nearby river.
A charming building and setting, clean, comfortable room, pleasant location.
No Wifi available. Don't stay here if you've got large or heavy bags-the stairs to the top floor are the worst I have come across.
shower was a bit awkward to access
Location by the Severn and a historic church couldn't be bettered. Ornamental gardens and courtyard absolutely delightful. Food superb and really imaginatively presented. First class ground coffee and leaf tea selection with home-made pastries in the room an added bonus. Room and bed comfortable, accommodation space generally well-designed. All in all, very highly recommended.
This is a minor niggle, but it would be nice, instead of the bulky armchair in the living area to have a little cottage settee, or similar, accommodating two. (We could manage by briging through a dressing-table stool, but seating for two by the drinks table would be a nice extra touch). The courtyard rooms don't have much of a view, but this didn't really bother us, as we felt fortunate to book two nights in such a lovely hotel on a busy bank- holiday weekend
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