Built in 1640 by the Tayleur family, Meeson Hall is a fine and unique example of a traditional red sandstone Shropshire manor house hotel. It's set in eight acres of tranquil landscaped gardens and paddocks - the perfect rural retreat.
Guests can relax in the serenity of the Library or comfort of the Drawing Room to watch television, or play board games or cards.
Breakfast is served in the elegant Morning Room and evening meals by arrangement served in the oak paneled Dining Room. This has a carved Jacobean chimney piece said to be one of the finest examples known to exist in good condition. A full license is also held.
With many literary and historical connections, Meeson Hall is the perfect place to soak up the local history. The hall was mentioned in the Tennyson poem, 'The Lord of Burleigh', as well as being mentioned in Pevsner's 'The Buildings of England'.
The hotel is the perfect rural setting, situated only 10 miles from Telford and 15 miles from Shrewsbury. It's ideal for a relaxing country retreat, or for accommodating your special visitors, whether for business or pleasure.
“Parks with oak and chestnut shady, parks and order’d gardens great. Ancient homes of lord and lady, built for pleasure and for state.”