We are currently operating table service for both food and drinks in the restaurant, bar, Jackfield room and the hotel terrace in order to meet the social distancing measures.
The restaurant derives its name from Arthur Maw, who owned the house before it became a country hotel. He was a famous businessman manufacturing tiles at his Jackfield factory, and employing over 140 men in Ironbridge.
Severn House, as it was previously known was built in 1757, and the Ironbridge was built a few years later in 1779 which marked the start of the industrial revolution. At some point in the early 1800’s Sarah Darby bought Severn House, who was the daughter of Abraham Darby II.
Chef Barry Workman has worked for the company for over 20 years, and has been instrumental in achieving and maintaining the 2 AA Rosettes for the last 19 years.
Monday to Friday
12.00 until 2.00
Monday to Saturday
7.00 until 9.30
7.00 until 9.00
To reserve a table please
Telephone 01952 432247
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will contact you to confirm the details.