Hotel Accommodation in Bridgnorth
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he Falcon Hotel is a 17th Century Coaching Inn situated close to the River Severn in Bridgenorth. It is a friendly, well-equipped hotel with a distinctive character, making it the ideal base for business travellers, tourists, weekenders, families and fisherman. Although situated in the heart of the rural Shropshire Landscape, Bridgenorth is within close range of the motorway network (M54 only 15 minutes
We are delighted to acquaint you with our beautiful property located at Alveley, midway between Kidderminster and Bridgnorth. A UK hotel with conference facilities The Mill hotel in Alveley can provide luxuriously appointed suites and bedrooms, as part of our wedding reception venues and conference facilities package (Contact are conference department for further enquiries). The Mill Hotel makes the
The Old Vicarage Hotel at Worfield, near Bridgnorth and The Thornescroft Restaurant, midway between Wolverhampton and Telford, represent the very best that Shropshire has to offer. The highest standards, an emphasis on local produce, and friendly, efficient service make these two famous establishments the ideal base from which to explore one of England's most beautiful counties.
The original Parlors Hall, according to local historical records was built in the 12th century but it was the Parlor family who lived in the Hall from 1491 to 1539 who gave it their name. Many other families occupied the Hall over the next 400 years, each contributing some feature of design and decor of their period. As a result the Hall is not typical of any particular era but has the charm of many.
Situated in the centre of Bridgnorth The Whitburn Grange Hotel is a small Licensed Residential Hotel, renowned for its good food and friendly atmosphere. It is ideally situated - only 300 yards from the main Bridgnorth High Street, half a mile from the River Severn, 1 mile from Bridgnorth Golf Course and a few yards from Bridgnorth station on the famous Severn Valley Railway.