A list of Bridgnorth accommodation members is available here. (pdf)
Prices: From: £300.00 - To: £550.00
Description: Victorian country cottage on a working farm with lovely views of Clee Hills. Well equipped and comfortable with own attractive gardens. A 5 minute drive to Bridgnorth.
Prices: From: £85.00 - To: £85.00
Description: A very rural situation in depths of countryside. Detached barn converted to 2 lovely spacious rooms with bathrooms en-suite. Breakfast served in main farmhouse.
Prices: From: £210.00 - To: £385.00
Description: Ideally situated between Ludlow, Bridgnorth and Kidderminster Hillview has 2 spacious two bedroom holiday accommodation where you can relax and enjoy the surrounding countryside.
Prices: From: £385.00 - To: £490.00
Description: Beautifully converted oak-beamed cottage for two in the heart of historic Much Wenlock. Quietly tucked away behind owners listed home.
Prices: From: £65.00 - To: £95.00
Description: A traditional 16th Century Coaching Inn in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, under 2 miles from the historic town of Bridgnorth. We specialise in short breaks and activity and sporting holidays.
Prices: From: £10.00 - To: £10.00
Description: Easthope Caravan and Camping is situated on a working farm, four miles from Much Wenlock, and commands lovely views across the Shropshire Hills.
Prices: From: £6.00 - To: £350.00
Description: Holiday Caravans in 24 acres of glorious Shropshire countryside (near IRONBRIDGE). Small, secluded, safe family park. A separate 5 Touring Pitch Caravan Club CL with Hook-Up.
Prices: From: £65.00 - To: £140.00
Description: Atmospheric, family run Georgian coaching inn renowned for its award winning cuisine and hospitality. Our stunning 17th century Tithe Barn is ideal for Weddings, conference and banqueting.
Prices: From: £180.00 - To: £2000.00
Description: Situated in an outstanding position with superb waterside views of Severn Valley embracing the river and the famous Severn Valley Railway. Warm welcome assured.
Prices: From: £50.00 - To: £70.00
Description: 16th Century Grade II listed family house. Once the Manor Farm House it maintains many original features, including a King Charles staircase that is mentioned in Pevsner’s The Buildings of England. There is a walled garden at the rear with lawns, herbaceous border and kitchen garden.