Travelodge Oswestry is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Oswestry, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Oswestry Travel Lodge provide a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with paid wifi available.
And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Close to some of Oswestry's most popular landmarks, such as Cambrian Heritage Railway (1.3 mi) and Cambrian Heritage Railways (1.3 mi), Oswestry Travel Lodge is a great destination for tourists.
While in Oswestry, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Travel Lodge Oswestry, including Oswald's Cross (0.3 mi), Munchies Diner (0.7 mi), and Highwayman (0.9 mi).
Enjoy your stay in Oswestry!
Stayed here for a weekend whilst biking and it was a mixed bag. Firstly the location. The hotel is located on a very run down service area with a car park that has seen better days. There is a Burger King next door which looks like what I imagine the Burger King in down town Beirut looks like. It’s all very shabby. The hotel is also quite a walk into Oswestry- 1.7 miles to be exact, which means it’s quite a walk if you want to sample the delights , such as they are, of the town. On a more positive note the hotel is clean and functional inside and both members of staff we met were friendly and helpful. Sadly when we booked in someone had left a truly outstandingly sized turd in the WC. It was not bobbing about but was wedged in the u bend and several flushes failed to dislodge it. You have to wonder what the previous occupant was eating to produce something that size and with that density. My money is on a diet consisting of poly filler and no more nails. We named the turd ‘Larry’ as in Larry the log and he eventually went in his way to the coast, where I think he would represent a danger to shipping, the next morning . So.... if you want somewhere to crash at the end of a long day and are happy to stay in your room eating crisps ( or no more nails and polly filler ) and watch TV this hotel would hit the spot. If you are after a bit more there should be better places .…
We have stayed at this Travelodge before as it is convenient for visiting a friend. The bed was comfortable and it is near some eating places although the Burger King next t9 the hotel is shut. We would stay there again
The tales of travelodges abound in the UK. They range from great to horrible experiences, and are known for being very inexpensive. So I had not stayed in one over the ten or so years I have been on this island. But 2020 is not like all the other years, and so we would ourselves in a Travelodge in somewhat of the middle of nowhere. But it was £46 for a room for four. So we pull onto the lengthy driveway and begin bouncing around between potholes past a slightly derelict, closed Burger King, and around to a quiet looking Travelodge. We were shocked enough to see if we were past our cancellation time. We were. So I went in to a simple, but clean entry with all the expected social distancing protocols, and was greeted warmly by the receptionist. I got my key and thought I would check the room before letting the rest inside. I was pleasantly surprised - it was a bright, clean room with no stains, clean walls, bright white linens and a mould-free bathroom. As you can tell my expectations were high. We had a bite, watch some televisio, had a great night sleep and were out quickly the next morning to continue our journey. It was a simple room, but it had everything we needed. And more importantly, everything was clean. Looks like you have a new believer, Travelodge. Would I stay at one over the course of a holiday? - no, but I would happily spend the night there in passing.…
I stayed here for one night as I needed to attend a funeral the following day. You obviously cannot expect too much as it is what it is, but I was not expecting to leave as disgusted as I was. The bedroom was fine, I had spent the evening at a family meal and returned to go straight to bed. When I had switched the lights off, I grabbed the two extra pillows on the cupboard and added them to the bed. Upon waking up in the morning and drawing the curtains, I noticed one of the pillows covered in dried blood - this was a pillow I was directly laying on. I approached the manager about this matter and she did seem disgusted and angry about it and offered me a free night stay at any Travelodge across England, with “extras” added. I must say I didn’t know what that meant but was accepting of this offer. It is now however 4 days since checking out and nothing has materialised, I have also lodged a direct complaint as a result, with Travelodge and am yet to hear back. I am greatly concerned for the health concerns of sleeping on what is regarded as hazardous waste, but also around the lack of urgency to suitable resolve the matter. With having to unfortunately attend a funeral of a close family member, alongside sleeping on blood stained pillows... well, it didn’t start the day off in a good manner. Disgusting.…
Great location for exploring nearby Tewkesbury, Chirk castle , Tewkesbury and LLangollen. The car park could do with some repairs but this didn’t spoil our stay. Plenty of nice pubs nearby fir dinner.