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The hotel is a grade II listed building, built in 1735 standing on the banks of the River Severn. A central location less than 10 minutes from Shrewsbury town centre and 5 minutes from J7 of the M54. The entrance to Attingham Park (National Trust)is directly opposite the hotel. Seasonal menus feature local produce. Log burner for cooler days. Local ales and fine wines to compliment good food. Free parking on site. Picturesque black and white cottage also on site. Flexible accommodation, doubles including Superior, twin, single, family and ground floor options all available. A perfect location to discover Shropshire. Alternatively if business brings you to the area the Mytton is perfectly placed for Telford, Shrewsbury and further afield.
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My Husband and I married at The Mytton on Friday 9th November. We were incredibly well looked after, not just on the big day itself but in the run up and aftermath too. We would not change one thing about the day, it was completely...More
Stayed just the one night as I was working nearby. The hotel was really well presented I liked the individual style of rooms. Couple of things with the rooms, the shower really was poor and the room was incredibly hot even though I turned down...More
We stayed at this hotel for three nights recently. We had read various reviews and were fairly confident that it was a good choice. Unfortunately the welcome was poor and overall our stay was a little disappointing. Our room was in a cottage behind the...More
Sunday lunch out; a rare treat and, on this occasion, well worth the wait. The menu offers plenty of choice, with both traditional and tempting new dishes. We went traditional on this occasion, including beef as a main, cooked perfectly and with a good selection...More
Booked in with my wife who is in a wheelchair and taken to a ground floor room next to the car park, the room was very cold, the outside temperature was 4 degrees and reported to drop below zero over night; we were told the...More