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7 Oswestry Hotels and Guest Houses

Wynnstay Hotel  4 stars
Church St, Oswestry, SY11 2SZ · Map
Phone: +44 (0)1691 655261
Score 8.3 from 246 reviews Hotel BrochureHotel Detail
Single from: £71.25
Double from: £71.25
per room per night
The Cross Keys Hotel  3 stars
North Rd, Llanymynech, Oswestry, SY22 6EA · Map
Phone: +44 (0)1691 831585
Score 7.7 from 158 reviews Hotel BrochureHotel Detail
Single from: £37.00
Double from: £37.00
per room per night
Sweeney Hall Hotel  3 stars
Morda, Oswestry, SY10 9EU · Map
Phone: +44 (0)1691 652450
Score 9 from 15 reviews Hotel BrochureHotel Detail
Single from: £65.00
Double from: £65.00
per room per night
Premier Inn Oswestry  3 stars
Rods Meadow, Maes-y-clawwd, Oswestry, SY10 8NN · Map
Phone: +44 (0)870 111 2898
Score 8.6 from 76 reviews Hotel BrochureHotel Detail
Single from: £50.00
Double from: £50.00
per room per night
Lion Quays Hotel And Spa  4 stars
Moreton, Nr Weston Rhyn, Oswestry, SY11 3EN · Map
Phone: +44 (0)1691 684300
Score 8.3 from 543 reviews Hotel BrochureHotel Detail
Single from: £79.00
Double from: £79.00
per room per night
Ty Maganda 
Bronygarth, Oswestry, SY10 7LY · Map
Phone: +44 (0)1691 773288
Score 9.6 from 1 review Hotel BrochureHotel Detail
The Pigsty Cottage 
Nantmawr, Oswestry, SY10 9HL · Map
Phone: +44 (0)1691 828802
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Oswestry was, up until recently, the Borough of Oswestry's administrative headquarters until it was abolished in April of 2009. The town is the 3rd largest in the Shropshire county. In 2001 the Census reported that the town had a population of 15,613, it's urban area at 16,600, with it being 17,116 by 2008. The area has been settled for a long time. The Old Oswestry is where a large hill fort from the Iron Age is located that has produced evidence that it was occupied as long ago as 550 BC.

It is believed that, in 642, the Battle of Masefield was fought there. It occurred between two Anglo Saxon kings, named Oswald and Penda. Oswald died in the battle and was then dismembered. One legend claims his arm was carried by an eagle to an ash tree and now miracle are contributed to the tree because he was a saint. It is believed the town got its name from this tree, Oswald's Tree. Oswald's Well, a spring, is said to have started where the eagle dropped his arm from the tree.

Feudal barony of Oswestry was given to a Breton knight, Alan FitzFlaad, by King Henry I. Soon after the King's accession, FitzFlaad was asked to come to England, with other Breton knights, to receive fortified Norfolk and Shropshire lands. These lands included areas that had once belonged to Ernoulf de Hesdin, who died while on crusade in Antioch, and Robert de Belleme. The duties that FritzFlaad given by the Crown, in part, was to supervise the Welsh border.

He founded, in Norfolk, the Sporle Priory. His wife was the daughter of Hesdin, Adeline. In 1131, King Stephen made their oldest son, William, was made High Sheriff of Shropshire. William then married Robert of Gloucester's niece. Walter and Simon, the couple's youngest sons, went to Scotland to in King David I's train. Walter eventually became the first High Steward of Scotland by hereditary ways with ancestry from the Stewart Royal Family.

Since the town is located so close to Wales, may of the streets and place names, are Welsh. Also, in Welsh the town's name is Croesoswallt or Oswald's Cross. The castle is recorded in the Domesday Book at being built by a Norman Sheriff of Shropshire, Rainald. It was given the name L'oeruvre, or "the work" in French. The castle was later destroyed in the English Civil War with just a pile of rocks being left.

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