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The Bandon Arms

A Historic Hotel in Bridgnorth, Worcestershire

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Mill Street
Bridgnorth
Worcestershire
England
WV15 5AG

The  Bandon Arms, Bridgnorth

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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 a funicular cliff railway, home to the Severn Valley Steam Railway and within easy reach of Ironbridge Gorge, it is ideal for tourists. Whilst only 11 miles from Telford and 15 miles from Wolverhampton it makes it an ideal stop off for those on business or just a relaxing break away from it all.

From: £49.50

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV

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