The Down Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Ludlow Road
Bridgnorth
Shropshire
England
WV16 6UA

The Down Inn, Bridgnorth

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Set in the rolling Shropshire Hills just 3 miles from the historic town of Bridgnorth The Down Inn is a family owned hotel serving great traditional food we are renowned for our carvery.Its an absolute must for carvery lovers. We offer value for money in a relaxing atmosphere with open log fires and stunning views and real ales.Our superbly appointed ensuite rooms opened in october 2008.Awarm friendly welcome awaits you.

 4 star rating

From: £80.00


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