The Calcutts House is located in the riverside village of Jackfield in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.
The Iron Bridge itself is the ideal place to start exploring the beautiful Shropshire landscape and its fascinating history.
The guest rooms in the main house are named after previous owners, all of whom were celebrated Ironmasters:-
The Lord Dundonald Room:
This lovely room has antique mahogany furnishings including the Great Bed of Jackfield - a large four-poster bed c1800, measuring 7 feet wide, 8 feet long and 9 feet high. This room overlooks the Ironbridge Gorge.
The William Hazeldine Room:
This lovely spacious room has Ormolu furnishings with a French restoration bed in the style of Louis XV, around 1850.
The Alexander Brodie Room:
This room has antique oak furnishings with a delightful country style four-poster bed, c1750, original oak floorboards and overlooks the Ironbridge Gorge.
The Coach House:
Our tasteful and very comfortable Coach House conversion, immediately adjacent to the main house, has the following rooms, named after eminent visitors to The Calcutts House:
Ground Floor -
The Prince William of Orange Room has Victorian furnishings with an ornately carved mahogany half tester double bed.
The Thomas Telford Room: This spacious, recently decorated room has comfortable divan twin beds.
Upper Floor -
The William Reynolds Room and the James Glazebrook Room are both furnished in country style each with a Danish pine double bed. Please note these two rooms have sloping ceilings and exposed oak purlins.
Please visit our website for more information on our B&B or contact us on 01952 882631.
Rates: From £55 per person per night.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed by arrangement.
4 Star Visit England.