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Bridgnorth, England, United Kingdom
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The Down Inn
9.0 Excellent
Ludlow Road, Bridgnorth, United Kingdom
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2.6 mi from city centre, Bridgnorth, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 460 reviews

The Down Inn provides traditional 4-star accommodation in Chetton. It also offers a concierge, meeting rooms and laundry facilities.

The Croft
9.0 Excellent
10/11 St. Mary's Street, Bridgnorth, United Kingdom
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0.1 mi from city centre, Bridgnorth, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 411 reviews

The Croft Bridgnorth provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Bridgnorth. It is conveniently located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

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The Bull's Head Inn
7.9 Good
Cobblers Row, Chelmarsh, Bridgnorth Wv16 6Ba, Uk, Bridgnorth, United Kingdom
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3.6 mi from city centre, Bridgnorth, ENG, United Kingdom 

Featuring an indoor pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi, The Bull's Head Inn offers well-appointed rooms close to River Severn. It also features a tour desk, meeting rooms and a ticket service.

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About Bridgnorth

A former bustling river port, Bridgnorth now offers a relaxing getaway filled with scenic walking paths, diverse wildlife and river fishing. Bridgnorth is also home to museums, country parks, castles and gardens.

Things to do in Bridgnorth

Hop aboard the vintage electrical funicular Bridgnorth Cliff Railway, which transports you up and down the steep sandstone cliffs dividing the High Town from the Low Town of Bridgnorth. Disembark to see the Bridgnorth Town Hall on High Street, which was built in 1652 and now houses historical artefacts.

Walk on the Geopark Way, a famous trail that runs through Bridgnorth, the Abberly and Malvern Hills. Stop along the way to learn about geology and landscapes spanning millions of years. At Bridgnorth Castle and Gardens, you’ll find yourself on a sandstone cliff peering over the Severn Valley from the remains of a castle leaning precariously at 15 degrees.

Travelling with the family? Head out to Ray Farm Country Matters, a haven for more than 50 owls as well as deer, guinea pigs and reindeers. You can even walk through a pygmy goat paddock.

Drive 15 minutes to Wonderland, a magical theme park with fairy-tale houses, including Snow White’s cottage and the Crooked House. You can also roam through a dinosaur valley, get lost in a crazy maze and dig for gemstones at the Seven Dwarfs Diamond Mine.

Getting around Bridgnorth

The funicular railway offers transport between the Low and High Towns and city buses and taxis traverse the main streets. You can rent a car at Birmingham Airport, about 45 kilometres away.

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  • What are the best hotels in Bridgnorth?

    The George, rated with a score of 8.1 from 507 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Bridgnorth. Other top stays include The Bull's Head Inn, with an average rating of 7.9 from 491 reviewers, and The Down Inn, with a score of 9.0 from 459 reviewers.