Dinney Farm

Attraction in Bridgnorth, Shropshire

Contact Details

Tel:01746 861070

Web: www.thedinney.co.uk

Email: info@thedinney.co.uk

Postal Address:

Chelmarsh

Bridgnorth

Shropshire

WV16 6AU

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Description

To the other side lawned gardens slope to Chelmarsh Reservoir. All bedrooms are en-suite. Guests are welcome to explore our farm and its many walks. Warm welcome assured. Colour brochure available.

Accessibility

Self-Assessed Mobility Level 1

Note: Establishments may self assess themselves for accessibility. You are strongly advised to check directly with operators if you have specific access and mobility requirements.

Directions

From the junction of the A5/A458 (S) Shrewsbury take the A458 to Bridgnorth. In Bridgnorth, cross the bridge over the River Severn on to Underhill Street A458. 300 yards from the bridge the road bends sharp right, on this bend turn left along the B4363 towards Cleobury Mortimer and then turn first left again on the B4555 towards Highley. Follow the road for three miles. Finish at Dinney Farm on the left. (If you reach Chelmarsh Village Church you have passed the entrance to the farm).

Contact Details

Tel: 01746 861070

Web: www.thedinney.co.uk

Email: info@thedinney.co.uk

Postal Address:

Chelmarsh

Bridgnorth

Shropshire

WV16 6AU

Get Directions

Disclaimer

The details displayed on this page are copyright protected to Shropshire Tourism and are correct at the time of publication. Shropshire Tourism would like to advise all visitors to check prices & opening times with the venue prior to traveling in case of changes that might have occured since the publication of this page. Whilst Shropshire Tourism endeavours to ensure that the information on this site is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy and Shropshire Tourism does not accept any liability for error or omission. The directions above are for planning purposes only and should be used alongside a general roadmap or satnav system. Variables such as road/construction works, traffic, weather conditions etc may cause alterations to the route.

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