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Tudor House Hotel, situated in the centre of the traditional market town of Market Drayton, Shropshire. This Grade 2 listed building, an English Heritage site, was built in the 17th century. It is arguably the most magnificent building within the pretty town of Market Drayton.
Market Drayton is a wonderfully compact town lying almost completely between the River Tern (a subsidiary of the Severn) and the A53 bypass to the north. Within those boundaries is a core of attractive historic buildings, a wide variety of retailing mainly in the centre, some light industry, and a good selection of housing stock. The Shropshire Union canal runs through it from north to south. It is situated in a predominantly rural area in the north east of Shropshire on the border with Staffordshire; a few miles to the north is Cheshire.