WELCOME TO THE OLD RECTORY AT BROSELEY

Luxury Ironbridge Accommodation

Do you want luxurious rental accommodation at affordable prices in Shropshire?

The Old Rectory offers rooms to rent of quality accommodation in Ironbridge, Shropshire at competitive prices.

The Old Rectory offers, quality style, character charm and comfort.

MORE ABOUT THE AREA

Broseley

The settlement of Broseley goes back to Roman times when it was a fortified settlement on the bank of the river Severn. later it became one of countries very first industrial towns, known for mining , ironworks , coal port china. A hundred years later it is very green and pleasant. there remains a strong sense of civic pride shown in the annual Broseley festival. with the rapid growth of nearby Telford, it is developing into a sought after location for commuters. a lively bustling forward think village of nearly 6000 people. and a great place to live.

Public Ameneties

Town Hall, Public Library, doctors surgery ,Dentists ,Bank ,Post Office , 3 denominational Church’s , Live music venue, social club. primary schools (2) cottage hospital.

Retail Outlets

OVER 40 SHOPS FROM Butcher , bakers , green grocer ,supermarkets (2),Hardware , Bridal ,newsagents (2) ,hairdressers (3), vets ,Pharmacy ,
Seem stress , café , take always (3) Estate agents (2) , letting agent , accountants , pet shop.

Motoring Outlets

Petrol Station , Repairs and servicing (2) ,Tyre depot , MOT Station

Restaurants

There 10 restaurants, and 4 Bars , 3 Fast food outlets

Recreational Facilities:

Cricket , tennis ,Bowls ,football , a BMX track ,marshal arts , fitness , dance , Zumba , dance theatre , book , pool film, photography , and many others.

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Attractions & things to do

Cosford Air Museum

The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is located in Shropshire and offers a fun, entertaining day out for all the entire family.

Wroxeter Roman City

Once the fourth largest city in Roman Britain, visitors can take a tour around the fascinating ruins, and explore the new Roman Town House.

Blists hill Victorian town

At Blists Hill you can meet the Victorians in their shops, cottages and workplaces, see all the animals, enjoy a horse and cart ride or a cone of traditional Fish and Chips.