Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa

from £32
per person
8.2 Very Good 60 customer reviews
Safe Hands For Cancer Accredited

Overlooking an ornamental lake and with 15 acres of gorgeous countryside, this 18th century manor house sets the scene for a leisurely break. At the health club, there are extensive facilities for a work out, as well as a thermal suite with an ice room, steam room and aromatherapy room. Heat up in the sauna or take a refreshing dip in the pool before heading for a blissful spa treatment where you can choose from an ESPA facial, massage or scrub.

Spa and hotel facilities

  • Dual Treatment
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Relax Room
  • Experience Showers

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Why people visit here

  • Family Friendly
    There are 20 family rooms as well as two connecting rooms.
  • Leisure Break Venue
    The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa venue.
  • Weddings
    As well as providing space for up to 180 guests, the hotel is licensed for civil ceremonies.
  • Romantic
    The scenic location and original features in the 300 year old building make this hotel an ideal romantic getaway destination.

Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa frequently asked questions

Who owns Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa?
Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa is owned and managed by Focus Hotels Management, which is owned by Chairman Peter Cashman.
How do you get to Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa?
Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa is easy to get to by road or rail. For those who are driving, take the M6 towards Junction 10a and get onto the M54. You will then transfer to the A49 and then head towards Wem on the A528. The hotel is one mile along on the left. For those travelling by train, Shrewsbury is the nearest station, which is just under two miles away. The nearest airport is Birmingham, which is 58 miles away.
What is included in a Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa?
What's included in a spa day at Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa depends on the experience that you book. It is complete with a range of facilities including 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 - as well as six manicure stations. There's also treatments using ESPA and Orly products.
What is near Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa?
Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa is well located for exploring the surrounding area. Top attractions nearby range from the Battlefield Falconry Centre to an exploration of Shrewsbury Prison, hiring a canoe at Montford Bridge Wingfield Caravan Park or going on a boat trip from Victoria Quay in the heart of Shrewsbury itself.
When was Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa built?
Albrighton Hall, which is home to Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa is a handsome property that was originally built in 1630 for the Ireland family, who remained in situ until the 1800s. Having passed through a number of owners, in 1953 the Hall was converted into The Royal National College for the Blind by the Governors - amongst its most famous residents was the Rt Hon David Blunkett MP. In the late 1990s it became a hotel under the Macdonald brand, and then became part of the Mercure Hotels in April 2007.
What amenities does Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa have?
A four-star property surrounded by 15-acres of pretty gardens overlooking a private lake, Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa is a tranquil retreat that welcomes everyone. There are 87 rooms and suites, ranging from Superior Doubles to Family rooms. There is an on-site restaurant as well as a separate bar and a drawing room for evening drinks and afternoon teas. The hotel's spa and leisure facilities include 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. There's also treatments using ESPA and Orly products. The hotel's disabled access includes two disabled rooms, and while there are no lifts in the main building, there are rooms on the ground floor. The spa also has disabled access.
What are the food and drink options at Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa?
The hotel's main restaurant is The Oak Room, which serves seasonal fare in a classically designed environment. The 1630 Bar is a stylish space for drinks, lighter snacks and afternoon tea, while the Drawing Room is the place to enjoy drinks after dinner.
How many treatment rooms are there at Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa?
Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa has six treatment rooms, two of which are doubles - as well as six manicure stations. Therapists use Decleor and Orly products in a range of face and body treatments.
What time is check in/check out?
Check-in at Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa is from 3pm, and check-out time is 11am, with late checkout on request. If you're a day spa guest, please check the details of your booking or specific spa package before arrival.

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