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Telford White House Hotel
Watling Street
Telford
Shropshire

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With a convenient location and great access to the region’s major roads, this modern 4-star hotel offers a brasserie-style restaurant, a lounge bar and free use of the leisure club with indoor pool. The Telford Whitehouse Hotel is easy to find from the motorway, with junction 6 of the M54 just minutes away. The great location makes the hotel a good base, whether you are exploring the region on holiday or visiting the area on business.

The health and leisure club has a 16-metre indoor swimming pool, a spa, a sauna, a steam room and a superb gymnasium. Health and beauty treatments are also available (appointments are recommended). Sir Stephens Brasserie & Cocktail Bar are the hotel’s main restaurant and bar area. A new ‘children-eat-free' policy is now offered at the hotel, enabling children under 12 years old to enjoy free breakfasts and dinners (from the children's menu only) when sharing their parents' room. Please note that, as of 1 March 2009, the beauty spa will be temporarily unavailable, until further notice.

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