The Wynnstay Hotel and Spa
Hotel in Oswestry, Shropshire
This former Georgian posting inn, dating from 1727, has 34 deluxe bedrooms, and a purpose built conference and banqueting suite.
Set in market town of Oswestry and dating from 1727, this Georgian posting house is ideal for business or pleasure.
Facilities include a purpose built conference suite, crown bowling green and award-winning restaurant and a wine bar.
Recently refurbished luxury health and beauty club with magnificent pool and gym.
Ideal touring base for Welsh borders, Shrewsbury, Chester and National Trust. Close to Shropshire lakes and canals.
Health and beauty and activities breaks available.
|Room / Unit||Price||No. Of Rooms / Units||Sleeps|
|Single en suite||£75.00 - £140.00(Per Room per night, room only)||6||1|
|Double en suite||£75.00 - £140.00(Per Room per night, room only)||17||2|
|Twin en suite||£75.00 - £140.00(Per Room per night, room only)||9||2|
|Family en suite||£75.00 - £140.00(Per Room per night, room only)||2||4|
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From the A5 Mile End Roundabout, Travelodge (Oswestry) take exit B4579 (signposted Oswestry) Turn left onto Cross Street - B5069. Finish at The Wynnstay Hotel.
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