The Library House is a beautiful Georgian Grade II listed town house situated in the historic core of the World Heritage Site of the Ironbridge Gorge
Dating back to 1740, The Library House is a beautiful Georgian Grade II Listed town house situated at the heart of the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge, the birth place of the Industrial Revolution.
Located in a quiet position adjacent to the bridge and with some views over the River Severn, the Library House is a long-established boutique, four double bedroomed bed & breakfast business, providing leisure and business visitors from all over the world with comfort and service that is five star rated by a host of leading guide books and agencies.
Owned and managed by Sarah and Tim Davis, the emphasis is on comfort, good food and hospitality. The Library House is fully licenced and offers guests a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. It is also within a short walking distance of the town’s pubs, bars and restaurants.
The surrounding countryside offers a rich blend of museums and other leisure attractions, together with spectacular walking. In addition, Birmingham and the towns of Telford, Bridgnorth and Shrewsbury are nearby.
A warm welcome and a comfortable and memorable stay are assuredLet us invite you to a tour of the house
|The Library House Guest House • Severn Bank • Iron Bridge • Nr Telford • Shropshire • TF8 7AN • 01952 432299|