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Inns in Bewdley

Mug House Inn
Severnside North
Bewdley
Worcestershire

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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 riverside frontage. Alongside the seemingly tranquil river on the north side of the bridge, you will find us at The Mug House, Bewdley’s finest river view Inn and, restaurant where you can also take the opportunity to extend your visit by staying in our riverside accommodation, A warm and friendly welcome will always await you when you wander into this wonderful old inn. The Mug House is the perfect platform for those exhilarating walks along the river to see, hear and take in the panoramic views and wildlife in and around this stunning Georgian town of Bewdley. Other attractions include the Severn Valley Railway, which continues to Kidderminster and Bridgnorth. Slightly further a field is the city of Worcester and the Malvern Hills.

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