Prince Rupert – 1
The Prince Rupert Hotel is situated right in the heart of this historic county town, surrounded by a maze of cobblestone streets and Tudor buildings. It was once home to Prince Rupert, the grandson of King James I, and is today one of the finest hotels in Shrewsbury.
The Prince Rupert Hotel’s principal restaurant is marinated in medieval personality and its bistro is housed in one of the town’s historic Tudor buildings. The hotel’s splendid tea rooms offer an extensive menu and specialist Suki Teas are served in a Japanese tea pot.
Bedrooms include 12th Century, mansion house and 15th Century, Tudor-beamed suites, with the luxurious Prince Rupert Suite offering a king-sized, four-poster bed and an oak-panelled bathroom with a Victorian roll-top bath.
The character of the building remains intact and, under the guidance of English Heritage, the original mansion house, dating back to 1150, has been carefully restored and extended. Period features include a magnificent Jacobean staircase and Shrewsbury’s only stone-vaulted cellar.
Why We Love This Hotel
- Located on historic Butcher's Row
- Valet parking, free of charge
- Heritage, Grade II listed hotel
- Medieval-style Royalist Restaurant
- Once home to Prince Rupert
- Tudor bistro & splendid tea rooms
- Short walk to main attractions
- Wi-Fi (charge)
- Free valet parking (60 cars)
- Leisure facilities
- 3 Restaurants
- Tea Rooms
- 70 Bedrooms
- 2 Meeting rooms
- Non smoking hotel
Advanced Purchase Rate
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From £75.00 per room per night