- Telephone 01743 353107
- Website www.thelionhotelshrewsbury.com
In the very heart of the beautiful historic town of Shrewsbury, the Lion Hotel combines stunning 16th Century architecture with every classical comfort. Famous for its warm and friendly welcome and wonderfully traditional character, the hotel is perfectly situated to enable guests to enjoy all that this unique area has to offer. Our range of bedrooms include standard double, twins and singles through to suites, each with their own unique character which includes all the facilities you would expect. The Hayward Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and offers a quintessentially British menu with a few subtle twists, using fresh local ingredients. The Oak Bar is open all day for teas & coffees, homemade cakes, healthy light bites, delicious lunches and exceptional value evening dining. The hotel has a number of outstanding function rooms including the magnificent domed Adam Ballroom creating a very special atmosphere for events or weddings. Free WiFi is available in the bar and lounge areas of the hotel. Secure parking is available on-site for guests at the charge of £5.00 per car per night.
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Carducci Quartet II + Clarinet
with Julian Bliss - clarinet "from collaborations to Castanets" A musical journey from a dramatic early Beethoven Quartet to the delightfully operatic Weber Quintet and ending with Mozart at his most inspired. Interval tea with the artists
Lunch - Accordion And Guitar
Lunch - accordion and guitar When Worlds Collide Bartosz Glowacki - classical accordion Robert Luft - electric guitar Exploring the unique captivating sound world of this unusual combination of instrument. From Baroque and classical to the music of today in a fascinating programme including Scarlatti…
Pink Moon + Pretalk 6.45
Ensemble Phoenix Munich Joel Frederiksen - voice/lute/musical direction Timothy Leigh-Evans - voice/drum Domen Marincic - viola da gamba Alex Woolf - theorbo REQUIEM FOR A PINK MOON An Elizabethan tribute to Nick Drake Pre-concert talk 6.45 with Joel Frederiksen