THE TOWNHOUSE

THE ROOMS

Bathed in natural light and knitted seamlessly together through colour and carefully chosen textiles, our rooms are a curation of comfortable and sympathetic living spaces at ease with their surroundings.
Entrance Hall

The fabric of English history is interwoven with the house, from medieval and Tudor oak beams, Queen Anne fireplaces, the Georgian staircase and panelled dining and sitting rooms to the Victorian kitchen with its rosy red tiled floor. The garden looks out to a neighbouring Gothick pavilion, built by Thomas Pritchard, architect of the Ironbridge.

On the upper floors, each of our 6 double bedrooms has a story to tell – expressions of the English country house interior. We use fabrics, wall-coverings and lighting from the best English designers like Robert Kime, Colefax & Fowler, Chelsea Textiles and Jamb.

Every room has memorable views, either to historic streets of Grade I and II listed buildings, beautiful gardens or the forest and hills beyond.

The four bathrooms are luxuriously appointed, providing showers and baths in which to refresh, rejuvenate and relax. Our bedding and towels are The White Company.

We take pride in guests returning time and again and believe that no two stays are the same.

29 Broad Street Floor Plan

GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

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