Shrewsbury town centre is home to a remarkable 660 listed buildings, meaning that the layout has not changed dramatically since medieval times. These timber framed buildings help give the town its reputation of a place with an old-world charm as well as drawing in visitors year after year to see authentic buildings as they're meant to be seen. Make the most of your visit by taking your pick from our selection of hotels in Shrewsbury below. A number of abbeys can be found in the area, with Haughmond and Shewsbury Abbey proving to be two of the biggest attractions in the area. Haughmond Abbey is the ruin of a 12th Century medieval building, which today is a site of much historical and archaeological importance. Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery adds context to some of the buildings that you will find in the area, with more information on the area's past as well as fine art collected by the museum over the years. The town's transport links provide excellent access to the rest of the country, with five railway lines offering destinations around the country. Shrewsbury is also accessible by road via the A5. Booking a hotel in Shrewsbury couldn't be easier. Simply browse our selection of hotels below and choose one that best suits your needs. Booking online with AccorHotels offers a host of benefits, including our Best Price Guarantee and last minute and real-time room availability.

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4.90 k.m from the city centre

Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel & Spa is set inside a beautiful 18th century Manor House, boasting 15 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds...

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