Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa

At a glance

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Visit the Medieval town of Shrewsbury just two few miles away, the historic Ironbridge, or Attingham Park. The beautiful Shropshire countryside on the Severn Valley Railway is also definitely worth exploring

  • Romantic

    Romantic Venue

    The scenic location and original features in the 300 year old building make this hotel an ideal romantic getaway destination.

  • Weddings


    As well as providing space for up to 180 guests, the hotel is licensed for civil ceremonies.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa venue.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    There are 20 family rooms as well as two connecting rooms.


Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa

Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa Ellesmere Road Albrighton

Spa & Leisure

Newly Refurbished, The Orchid Rooms at Inspiration Leisure and Spa offers a gym, fitness classes, a pool, relaxation lounge and thermal suite including a sauna, steam room, ice room, and six treatment rooms, two of which are doubles.. The spa also has its own lunch menu to ensure a full day of time out.

A devotee of the Decléor brand, the treatments menu operates around the pleasingly indulgent mantra ‘it’s all about me’ and offers massages, facials, full body scrubs and wraps as well as manicures and pedicures courtesy of Orly products at one of their six manicure stations, make-up by Bare Escentuals, and a St Tropez sun room.

Hotel & Accommodation

A 300 year old hotel surrounded by 15 acres of secluded gardens and overlooking a private lake, Albrighton Hall is a four star venue with 87 en suite rooms. Interiors are contrastingly contemporary compared to the classic exterior, and rooms include Superior Double, Superior Twin, Family, and Privilege rooms. For something a little more romantic, a selection of rooms also feature four-poster beds, high ceilings, and original features that make them unique.

Equally, The Oak Room restaurant is also characterised by historic design elements, coupled with a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy seasonal dishes. The 1630 Bar meanwhile is ideal for lighter snacks and afternoon tea, and the Drawing Room is the place to enjoy drinks after dinner.