The fours seasons restaurant offers an eclectic mix of dishes, created and developed by our head chef, ranging from a traditional roast to a balance of lighter, more creative dishes, many with a mediterranean or new itallian influence. the choice of dishes reflects an international appeal and we pride ourselves to use fresh produce - much of it sourced locally. our awards include 2 aa rosette restaurant closed sunday dinner. the pavillion lounge bar features excellent value bar meals, both at lunch and dinner, 7 days a week. blackboard items change daily.oswestry is an ancient market town located in the north of shropshire close to the english-welsh border. its strategic position as a 'frontier town' has given it a turbulent history. today the town still retains its vital function as a market and shopping centre serving north west shropshire and mid wales. the names of the narrow passageways link streets conjure up images of the past: english walls, welsh walls, the bailey and the horsemarket. it is a locally important shopping and agricultural centre and still retains the intimacy of a rural town serving local people and home to a number of specialist and independent shops. most of the town centre has been designated a conservation area conveying a mixture of architectural styles. there are many old timber framed houses, for example llywd mansion on cross street, the heritage centre, the blackgate, the fox inn and the shops along beatrice street. georgian architecture is also represented particularly around st oswald's church, where there are a number of imposing town houses complete with grand entrance staircases and front doors.the wynnstay hotel was a well known coaching inn for both the route from liverpool to cardiff and from london to holyhead. there are references dating back to 1727, but the existing building is typical of the georgian style, and there have been many alterations and additions over the years. the hotel has been privately owned for the past 20 years and was sympathetically renovated over the past 2 years extending the function suite to 200 people capacity, and converting the old stable block at the rear of the hotel into a luxurious fitness club with an indoor pool, sauna, jet spa, steam room and 3 purpose build treatment rooms.please be aware that the wynnstay hotel has no ground floor bedrooms. unfortunately we do not have a lift. special requirements requiring diet or access can be catered for. please advise reception when making your booking.
set in the town centre you will find 34 stylish bedrooms individually styled with some rooms overlooking the famous crown bowling green. all 34 rooms are complete with private facilities. there are family rooms and 5 executive suites which have various individual features, including king-size beds, whirlpool baths and a sitting room.
from a5 take b4579 to oswestry town centre. left fork at honda garage. after 1/2 mile, right at traffic lights. hotel opposite church after 100 yards on the right hand side.
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