House Stay Telford

Welcome to a spacious, homely property in Telford

House stay telford is the first stop when staying in Telford and looking for Telford accommodation.

A Spacious, homely, neutrally decorated 3 bed self-contained property with everything you will need to have a comfortable stay. The property is situated in Telford, with easy access to local amenities, centrally located businesses and Shropshire’s tourist spots.  

The property has a fully equipped kitchen with fridge, microwave and washing machine (there is also a dryer and freezer on site) three comfortable bedrooms (one single, two twin) and a living / dining room with a sofa bed and smart TV.  The house has parking space for three cars, a large garden at the back and has a bus stop very close by.

The property is 4.8 miles from Telford’s International Exhibition Centre, 2.7 miles from Telford College of Arts and Technology, 1.2 miles from MOD Donnington and 1.7 miles from Hortonwood Industrial park.  It is also closely situated to the M54 for Birmingham and Wolverhampton. 



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Things To Do

Telford Town Park

Telford Town Park is set in the heart of Telford adjacent to Southwater and Telford Shopping Centre. Telford Town Park is a large park, occupying 1.7 square kilometres.The park offers a wide range of facilities and activities from long walks with beautiful scenery to hours of fun with the children on its wide range of play equipment.

The park also has two tranquil gardens called the Maxwell and Cherry Gardens these areas boost specialist plants and water features making for the perfect location to sit and relax with a book.

Hoo Zoo

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom has taken a huge step and relaunched as Hoo Zoo and Dinosaur World. With over 100 species of animals, 15 animatronic dinosaurs and activities taking place all day Hoo Zoo really is a fun day out whatever the age.

Now, the zoo is home to not just sheep, cows, pigs and horses but other zoo favourites such as Meerkats, Lemurs, Servals, Caracal and even Wolves.

The Iron Bridge

This beautiful monument stands as one of the greatest symbols of where the Industrial Revolution started. Tourists have flocked here since 1779 to marvel at this extraordinary structure that dominates the small town that takes its name.

Walk across the first ever cast-iron bridge, built in 1779 across the River Severn. Marvel at its true strength and delicate beauty.