Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel

Telford Hotel
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Total meeting space393 sq. m
Guest rooms49
Castlefields Way
Telford TF7 5DW

Mercure Telford Madeley Court Hotel

Telford Hotel
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AA 3 Star Hotel


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Room service


  • Onsite restaurant
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Venue accessible by

  • Taxi
  • Train

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space393 sq. m
Meeting rooms4
Largest room244 sq. m
Second largest room75 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms49



Local Attractions

Lilleshall Centre

14 mi. away
Set in quite spectacular and secluded surroundings, Lilleshall is one of the UK’s National Sports Centres, training grounds and centres of excellence for the country’s leading sportsmen and women. Many of the sports facilities are open to the local community and the Centre also provides a fabulous setting for Weddings, Conferences, Team Building events and other Celebrations. We looking forward to welcoming you to Lilleshall National Sports and Conferencing Centre and showing you everything we have got to offer.
Near Newport, SHR, GB TF10 9LQ

Shrewsbury Abbey

19 mi. away
There has been a place of worship on this site since Anglo-Saxon times. The Abbey was founded as a Benedictine Monastery by Roger de Montgomery in 1083. After the dissolution of the monasteries in the reign of King Henry VIII the part of the Abbey building which survived continued as a Parish Church - as it is to this day. We hope you will enjoy visiting us over the internet - that way we are open 24/7 - and we also extend a warm invitation to visit us in real life; whether as a worshipper, pilgrim, tourist or school you will be most welcome.
Abbey Forecate
Shrewsbury, SHR, GB SY2 6BS

Attingham Park

19 mi. away
Elegant 18th-century mansion set in an extensive deer park Attingham Park was built for the 1st Lord Berwick in 1785 and was in continuous ownership by the family for more than 160 years. As their fortunes rose and fell they proved themselves to be spenders, savers and saviours. In the mansion, highlights include the atmospheric dining room set for an evening banquet that reflects the Regency splendour and the delicate decorative scheme in the Boudoir, which has recently been revealed. The mansion is at the heart of this great estate between Shrewsbury and the River Severn and is set in beautiful parkland designed to impress. Don't miss: ■Enjoy ‘Mansion Regency Wednesdays’ - all room guides in costume ■Experience exclusive 1930s afternoon tea in the mansion's Lady B's ■'House of Beasts' - major contemporary art exhibition to July ■Witness the continuing mansion transformation through the Attingham Re-discovered project ■Enjoy something new each season with the walled garden restoration ■Make the most of park walks on beautiful summer evenings
Shrewsbury, SHR, GB SY4 4TP

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom

11 mi. away
Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom is all set for a season of Family Fun with daily activities for all ages. It is currently the first and only zoo in shropshire located at Preston-upon-the-Weald Moors close to Telford, it is easily accessible from all parts of the county. Visitors are able to enjoy exciting attractions such as the Duck Racing and Fishing - the rubber variety of course! The Hoollee Gem Dig, Donkey Grooming, Ferret Walking and the ‘Hoo Farm Experience’ (to be booked in advance). New this year is the Donkey Riding, New Owl Flights, Reptile Encounters and Wildlife Walk. With Otters and Armadillos hopefully appearing later in the year. Daily activities include old fun favourites such as bottle feeding the lamb and goat kids, the Egg Experience, hand feeding the deer, pony rides, rifle range and meet the small animals. The spectacle of the Famous Sheep Steeplechase and Galloping Goats makes the day particularly memorable, especially if you have chosen the winner! The Summer Holidays will see the start of ‘Animal week’ where a whole week is dedicated to one particular animal on the farm, kicking off with our flighty friends the Owls! Don’t forget Halloween at Hoooo, where there are lots of spooky goings on including the Devils Derby, fancy dress competition and 'Pick your own Pumpkin!' Christmas at Hoo Farm is a magical time where children can visit Father Christmas and take part in our live Nativity, and adults can wander through our large selection of fresh trees to find the ultimate family Christmas tree!
Humber Lane
Weald Moors
Telford, SHR, GB TF6 6DJ

Wroxeter Roman City

Historical landmark
11 mi. away
Wroxeter (or 'Viroconium') was the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. It began as a legionary fortress and later developed into a thriving civilian city. Though much still remains below ground, today the most impressive features are the 2nd century municipal baths, and the remains of the huge wall dividing them from the exercise hall in the heart of the city. The site museum and audio tour reveal how Wroxeter worked in its heyday, and the health and beauty practices of its 5,000 citizens. In February 1859 workmen began excavating the baths complex, and by April much of the present site was exposed and thronged with fascinated visitors, including Charles Dickens. Donated by the landowner for public viewing, Wroxeter thus became one of the first archaeological visitor attractions in Britain. Thanks to a project between English Heritage and Channel 4, a Roman town house has been erected at Wroxeter and is now open to the public. A TV series started on Thursday 20 January and will run for six weeks, following a team of modern builders as they set about building the town house using traditional Roman methods.
Nr Wroxeter Roman Town, SHR, GB SY5 6PH

Bridgnorth Castle

11 mi. away
The remains of Bridgnorth Castle are set on a cliff by the side of the River Severn. Today the castle is little more than a ruin, comprising of a 70 foot tall, 12th century Norman tower and some other small stonework built in the time of Henry II. The tower leans at an alarming angle of 15 degrees, three times greater than that of the leaning tower of Pisa. This is due to an attempt to blow it up during the Civil War. The castle was founded in 1101 by Robert de Belleme, who is reputed to have been a very nasty character. He tortured men and women and even is reported to have gouged his godson’s eyes out with his bare fingernails. He was the son of the French Earl, Roger de Montgomery, and was also a rich and powerful Norman baron who succeeded his father to become the Earl of Shrewsbury.

The Childhood & Costume Museum

10 mi. away
The Childhood & Costume Museum - a lovely collection of childhood days gone by and memorabilia.
Newmarket Building
Postern Gate
Bridgnorth, SHR, GB WV16 4AA

Oakengates Theatre

6 mi. away
Bringing you art, music, live darma, dance as well as shows for the children. The venue can also be hired, let out for functions and conferences.
Limes Walk
Telford and Wrekin, SHR, GB TF2 6ET

Distance from airport

  • 71.78 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Bus parking


The Mercure Telford Hotel is an ideal location for business guests. The hotel is located within easy access of the M54 motorway and Telford train station With Free WiFi access throughout, and conference facilities for meetings of all sizes, the hotel is ideal for any event and every business traveller.

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