The Corbet Arms is located just outside of Shrewsbury town centre, making it the perfect base for exploring all that this historic market town has to offer. With its convenient location and great facilities, The Corbet Arms is rated as one of the best hotels in Shrewsbury on Booking.com, TripAdvisor, Trivago & Hotels.com.

A Warm Welcome Awaits


As a family-run hotel, we take pride in offering a personal service with a warm welcome, our team will go out of their way to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

The Corbet Arms is one of the highest rated Shrewsbury hotels in the area, with its great location in the Shropshire countryside, the glorious River Severn passing by our large garden area, off-street parking with electric charge facility, plus comfortable and quiet rooms.

Tastefully decorated

Our newly modernised guest accommodation has been thoughtfully designed and finished to a high standard throughout, with en suite rooms and high-quality furnishings. Our nine boutique bedrooms offer a range of sizes and styles to suit everyone, and so you should expect large comfortable beds, crisp white linen and a restful night’s sleep.

Great Rates

Shrewsbury hotels can be quite expensive in the town centre, but The Corbet Arms offers great value for money without compromising on quality or service.

We’re often cited as being one of the best hotels in Shrewsbury for those on a budget, we offer superbly-rated accommodation conveniently located a short drive away from the county town.

Breakfast Options

If you’re looking for places to stay in Shrewsbury offering breakfast, you’ll be pleased to know that our Shrewsbury hotel has its own restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our breakfast menu features full English and vegetarian options.

Perfect Location

If you’re looking to explore historic Shrewsbury, The Corbet Arms is also within easy reach of many of Shrewsbury’s attractions. There’s plenty to see and do, with many tudor buildings, churches, museums and art galleries to explore.

No stay in Shrewsbury is complete without exploring the Shropshire countryside. The Corbet Arms is one of the hotels in Shrewsbury situated in the perfect location for those who enjoy walks and cycle rides in the surrounding countryside. We’re close to Attingham Park and a short drive from the Shropshire Hills of Outstanding Beauty, Ironbridge and the Roman City Wroxeter.




Fantastic room with great view and bay window. Beautiful bathroom with bath. We ate at the pub – brilliant menu. Awesome terrace and outdoor eating area. Highly recommended.


Fantastic venue, fantastic staff. Highly recommended

eat location, lovely place, clean room, amazing staff and fantastic value for money!


Perfect getaway. One of the best places we have ever stayed

Very comfortable, great location, beautiful views and all staff were friendly, attentive and professional. Would definitely come back.


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We’re just 4 miles from the centre of Shrewsbury, about a 10-15 minute drive.

There is plenty of hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfasts and self-catering accommodation in the centre of Shrewsbury, here are our top picks:

The Lion Hotel Shrewsbury is a beautiful Grade II listed building situated in central Shrewsbury at the heart of the medieval market town. The hotel has a rich history dating back to the 16th century and retains many original features.

The Lion and Pheasant is a Shrewsbury hotel steeped in history, with parts of the building dating back to the 16th century. Located on Wyle Cope near the English Bridge it’s a short walk from the centre of the town.

The Prince Rupert Hotel is one of the popular hotels located in the centre of Shrewsbury. The Grade II listed building was once home to a coaching inn and has been serving guests for over 400 years. The Prince Rupert Hotel has been recently renovated and is beautifully decorated throughout.

If you’re looking for luxury accommodation then the Albright Hussey Manor is a stunning country house hotel set in acres of landscaped gardens on the outskirts of Shrewsbury. The hotel has an award-winning restaurant and spa, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind. Nearby you’ll also find the Mercure Shrewsbury Albrighton Hall Hotel and Spa.

If you’re on a budget and looking for cheap hotels in the historic town, then one worth considering is the Shrewsbury hotel. They offer cosy rooms at a lower cost than most Shrewsbury hotels but in the centre of the town.

There are some other cheap hotels on the outskirts of Shrewsbury such as the Holiday Inn Express that’s close to Attingham Park, and can be found at Shrewsbury Business Park.

Central Shrewsbury is really quite small, so most tourist attractions are within easy walking distance of each other, but you’ll find plenty of things to do while you’re there.

Starting at Shrewsbury railway station and heading into the town centre, you’ll soon pass Shrewsbury castle on your left.

A short walk from here you’ll reach Pride Hill where you’ll find many high street shops. If you follow the road around on your left you’ll find St Mary’s Church on St Mary and Dogpole.

At the end of the road is Wyle Cop, which has many independent shops to explore. Plus there are quite a few hotels in Shrewsbury within this area, such as the aforementioned Lion Hotel, the Bull Inn, Pheasant Hotel and the Prince Rupert Hotel.

To your left you’ll reach the English Bridge and eventually Shrewsbury Abbey.

If you turn right you’ll find an exciting restaurant called Thai-D Food Bar and beyond there, carrying on down the High Street you could take a left towards Shrewsbury Cathedral or continue straight on and you’ll find The Square and the Old Market Hall. At the back of the Square, you’ll find Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery.

With the museum on your left, walk towards to award-winning Market Hall. Here you’ll find a range of cafes and shops to enjoy. Once refreshed, why not take a stroll passed The Loopy Shrew, this is one of the most popular Shrewsbury hotels in the area and also features a vibrant bar, towards the Quarry Park.

If you’ve not heard about the Quarry you’re in for a treat. Not only does this incredible park enjoy being on the banks of the River Severn but it’s also where you’ll find the Dingle, with a glorious arrangement of flowers, fauna and an ornamental lake making it the perfect place for a peaceful stroll.

If you’re here at the right time of year, there are a number of Shrewsbury festivals to enjoy including the Shrewsbury Flower Show, Let’s Rock Shrewsbury and the free entry music festival LOOPFEST.

Pub Shrewsbury


Home cooked dishes made with produce sourced from within Shropshire, cooked to perfection.



A wide range of ales, lager and cider, alongside merry time tipples and non-alcoholic favorites.