The Tontine Hotel was built in 1784. Erected by hard-headed Ironbridge shareholders, it is rich in character and of historic interest. The exterior has changed little since the exciting days of the Industrial Revolution. In the hotel foyer there is a quite magnificent tiled floor (made by Maw & Co. of nearby Jackfield) which is splendidly preserved.
Something else that hasn't changed is the warm and friendly service offered by the Tontine management and staff. Two hundred years ago, attentive service was taken for granted, nowadays it's a refreshing discovery.
Our staff will do everything possible to make sure you enjoy your stay at our lovely old hotel. We are located in the centre of Ironbridge overlooking the Iron Bridge itself.