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Inns in Bridgnorth

Bulls Head Inn
Chelmarsh
Bridgnorth
Shropshire

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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 well stocked garden. Ample parking. Fishermen's lock-up store.

10 tastefully furnished en-suite bedrooms (one with 4 poster), tea/coffee facilities and CTV.

Choice of self-catering cottages/apartments fully equipped and superbly furnished, situated within easy access to the main Inn Restaurants (smoking or non smoking).

In addition - two ground floor bedrooms and one self catering apartment equipped for people with disabilities.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds (Inn)
3 Star (Self Catering Cottages)
Number of Rooms: 9
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Nearest Airport: Birmingham
Number of Units: 8
Unit Type: Self Catering Cottages
Price Guide: 380 - 565
Nearest Major Town: Telford
Distance: 14 miles
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