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The Punchbowl Inn
Ludlow Road
Bridgnorth
Shropshire

WV16 5NQ | View map

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With ever increasing demand for premium hotel rooms we are delighted to launch our new appointed ‘Oldbury suite’The Oldbury suite has its own living room with flat LCD television, and leather sofa adjoining to the bedroom with a luxury king size bed and flat LCD television and the bathroom is also fitted out to a very high standard with large bath and overhead power shower.Punchbowl Highlights· Luxury appointed suite equipped with up-to date facilities, meticulously appointed for the utmost in comfort· 16th Century Country Inn with Bar and dining facilities and real open fires roaring in the winter months· National Award winning pub serving great food and specializing in carveries and a full menu, we regularly have real ales on all year round.· Parking in Free of Charge throughout your entire stay· Wi-Fi fitted throughout for business travellers· Complimentary Mini bar providing a daily limited stock of soft drinks/Mineral waterLocal Attractions· Severn Valley Railway· Cliff Railway· Historical Bridgnorth castles, Town hall, Iron Bridge· Burwarton Show. Clee/Brown Clee Hills. Daniels Mill.

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