Cheap Hotels in Bridgnorth
The Bull's Head is an 18th-century country inn set amidst Shropshire's hills, with stunning views over the Severn Valley, Clee Hills, and the Chelmarsh Sailing Club. Bedrooms at The Bull's Head Inn have free Wi-Fi, a TV and tea/coffee. There are also ground-floor facilities for disabled people. A range of self-catering apartments and cottages are also available. The family-owned inn serves excellent food, fine wines and Real Ales throughout the day. There is often live music, as well as a pretty garden and patio area.
The Down Inn is located in the countryside just 5 minutes from Bridgnorth. The hotel features a restaurant and bar, and offers free on-site parking. The bedrooms offer a work desk, TV and radio. The rooms have an en suite bathroom and some rooms offer free WiFi. Guests have access to a shared garden. Guests are served a full English breakfast each morning, and can enjoy a carvery and country food in the restaurant, in front of the open log fire with local cask ales. Banquet and meeting facilities are available at the hotel. The Down Inn is surrounded by many public footpaths with lovely views of the Shropshire countryside. Wolverhampton is 17.5 miles from the hotel, and National Trust - Wightwick Manor and Gardens can be reached in a 25-minute's drive.
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The Friars Hotel
The Friars is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Bridgnorth. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at The Friars. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The property offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Bridgnorth has to offer by making The Friars your base.
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The Falcon Hotel & Restaurant Hotel
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Hotels in Bridgnorth
Bridgnorth is a town full of history and character â€“ you'll see what a unique place it is as soon as you arrive. It's split in two with half the town at the bottom and half at the top of a steep hill, connected by a â€˜funicular' railway.
At the bottom of the hill, the â€˜Low Town' is set on the beautiful banks of the River Severn, while at the top, the â€˜High Town' boasts spectacular views which Charles I declared to be, â€˜the finest in all my kingdom.'
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Get fit exploring Bridgnorth
If you want to work off some calories after a hearty lunch, Bridgnorth is the place to do it! You'll need to climb seven sets of steps or the steep old Cartway to get to the top. It might take you a while as there are plenty of distractions on the way because the Cartway is lined with antiques shops and stores selling local produce.
At the top you'll find an extraordinary site â€“ the ruins of Bridgnorth Castle, which lean at an angle of 15o â€“ that's four times more than the leaning Tower of Pisa! It's surrounded by pretty gardens, perfect for a moment of quiet contemplation after your climb to the â€˜High Town'.
Lots to do in the local area
If you can bear to tear yourself away from this pretty little town, there's plenty to do in the surrounding area. The Severn Valley railway station is your departure point for getting out into the beautiful Severn Gorge to the south, via a wonderfully nostalgic steam train which will transport you back to the past.
The stately Dudmaston Hall, which is run by the National Trust, is well worth a visit with its wooded parkland, sweeping gardens and a house full of surprising modern touches from previous owners.
Ray's Farm is the perfect day out for families â€“ there are llamas, chickens, goats and pigs to pet in the farmyard, and a fairy-tale forest to explore. With plenty of play areas for children of all ages, you can take your kids back to your Bridgnorth hotel tired and happy at the end of an unforgettable day.
Eating out in Bridgnorth
Bridgnorth has a small but charming selection of places to eat. Surrounded by beautiful English countryside, the menu is typically English too, with cosy pubs to sip a pint of beer after a climb up to the High Town, or tuck into some hearty British pub grub. What better way to end a busy day of exploring this beautiful town than with a meal in the Ship Inn on the banks of the River Severn?
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bridgnorth
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Bridgnorth?The best hotels to stay in Bridgnorth are The Bull's Head Inn and The Down Inn.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Bridgnorth?The Bull's Head Inn in Bridgnorth offers one night in a double room at the price of £67.
What are the best hotels in Bridgnorth near the center?The Down Inn and The Bull's Head Inn are located in the central neighborhood of Bridgnorth.
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