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Ye Olde Punchbowl Country Inn & Gardens
9.0 Excellent

1.8 km from city centre, Bridgnorth Show on map

ExcellentBased on 159 reviews
9.0

Located amongst a range of tourist hot spots, shops and dining options, Ye Olde Punchbowl Inn is ideal for those wanting to discover Bridgnorth and its surroundings. The numerous amenities this award-winning hotel features include room service, a wake-up service and wireless internet.

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Cheapest month:October
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Average price in Bridgnorth:$92/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$43/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Sunday
$75 - $127
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$52 - $113
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Ye Olde Punchbowl Country Inn & Gardens
9.0 Excellent

1.8 km from city centre, Bridgnorth Show on map

Located amongst a range of tourist hot spots, shops and dining options, Ye Olde Punchbowl Inn is ideal for those wanting to discover Bridgnorth and its surroundings. The numerous amenities this award-winning hotel features include room service, a wake-up service and wireless internet.

$88
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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

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

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.

Bridgnorth travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Bridgnorth?

    Bridgnorth is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is The Croft, which has a current rating of 9.5. For other potential stays, consider The Down Inn and Stoneway Guest House, which can also be great places to stay in Bridgnorth.