A list of Bridgnorth accommodation members is available here. (pdf)
Prices: From: £500.00 - To: £650.00
Description: Set within the beautiful Dudmaston Estate, a National Trust property located approximately 3 miles outside of the town of Bridgnorth in the County of Shropshire; Mose Cottage is an ideal location for exploring the Shropshire Countryside.
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: £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.
The Old Vicarage
Prices: From: £160.00 - To: £220.00
Description: Early 19th century Granary in hill country. Sleeps two/four with view over farmland. Antique furniture compliments surroundings. Excellent walking, cycling. Pets welcome.
Prices: From: £250.00 - To: £500.00
Description: Our holiday barns are built in traditional local stone and are set high up in the Clee Hills with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside, which is well served with footpaths and bridleways.
Prices: From: £70.00 - To: £95.00
Description: The Ship Inn was first built in 1770 for a local bargeman and has recently undergone a major refurbishment. On offer is superb quality dining and accommodation. An ideal fishing retreat.
Prices: From: £16.00 - To: £25.00
Description: Touring caravan and camping park set in the stunningly beautiful Shropshire countryside, adjacent to family run 17th century coaching inn. Activity & sporting holidays available.
Prices: From: £60.00 - To: £60.00
Description: Converted barn on a working farm. Spacious gardens overlooking beautiful countryside. Peaceful rural location. Good home cooking. All bedrooms ensuite and two on the ground floor.
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.