Morris Care plans to convert hotel

Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Morris Care of Shrewsbury plans to convert a Shropshire country hotel – Stretton Hall Hotel in All Stretton – into a 42-bed care home. The hotel is set to close at Easter next year.

“Despite its beautiful location, the sad fact is Stretton Hall isn’t profitable as a hotel,” said Morris care director Timothy Morris. “The UK has an ageing population and there is an urgent need for more care homes in the south Shropshire region. We plan to extend to provide additional bedrooms while preserving the heritage and reputation of

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