Alveley

Alveley is a village in the Severn Valley midway between lovely Bridgnorth and Kidderminster, close to the terminus of the preserved Severn Valley Railway and with ferry crossings over that water either side of the settlement... Read More

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Mill Hotel

Mill Hotel

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Immersed within 8 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, this carefully restored 16th century flour mill now provides superb 4-star accommodation in Alveley, in the heart of the glorious Shropshire countryside. With 41 ... More

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National Trust Cottages (2.65 miles)

National Trust Cottages

Sternsmill Cottage is to the right of the photograph. This is a charming semi-detached 19th-century cottage with accommodation on three floors. It is located just outside the ancient village of Quatt in the beautiful South Shropshire ... More

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Bulls Head Inn (2.78 miles)

Bulls Head Inn
Charming 17th century country Inn with stone featured walls/oak beams offering excellent accommodation. Situated 4 miles south of historic Bridgnorth with superb views over the Severn Valley. Excellent restaurant. Large conservatory overlooking ... More | visit website
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Duken Courtyard Cottage (3.28 miles)

Duken Courtyard Cottage
Courtyard Cottage is joined to the owner's Victorian country house, in the rural hamlet of Wootton near Claverley on the edge of the National Trust Dudmaston Estate. The house is surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Inn (5.03 miles)

The Red Lion pub and hotel in Bobbington near Stourbridge is a family run country residence. The building was first recorded in 1820 as an ale house brewing itís own ale, cider and porter. The ... More | visit website
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Falcon Hotel (5.74 miles)

Falcon Hotel

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We are in a great location for Fishing Vacations, We are just down from the River Severn and we have 2 tackle shops in the close vacinity. Bridgnorth is steeped ... More

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The Bandon Arms (5.85 miles)

The Bandon Arms

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The Bandon Arms is a delightful listed building which has benefitted from a recent extensive refurbishment. Located on the edge of Low Town, Bridgnorth, with access to High Town via ... More

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The Black Boy (5.88 miles)

The Black Boy

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Welcome to the Black Boy Inn which is situated on the famous Cartway, once used by donkeys to ferry cargo from the docks on the river to High Town. The ... More

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Mug House Inn (5.90 miles)

Mug House Inn

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Nestled on the Worcestershire and Shropshire borders alongside the river Severn sits the picturesque town of Bewdley, known for its Georgian architecture and quaint black and white cottages, with stunning ... More

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Little Brug (5.91 miles)

Little Brug
Little Brug is a lovely old house 10 minutes walk from Bridgnorth. Our guest accommodation comprises entrance, snug, large sitting/ dining room, bedrooms and bathroom. As we only have one set of guests at a ... More | visit website
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Woodcolliers (5.91 miles)

Woodcolliers
Dating from before 1870 the Woodcolliers Arms is a free house located in the conservation area of the renowned Georgian town of Bewdley it is a traditional Inn offering: a wide range of drinks including ... More | visit website

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