A list of Bridgnorth accommodation members is available here. (pdf)
Prices: From: £200.00 - To: £350.00
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: £700.00 - To: £1100.00
Description: Inspirational 5 star luxury self-catering properties ideal for honeymoons, anniversaries, other special occasions, or simply because you deserve it!
Prices: From: £250.00 - To: £375.00
Description: The Coach House is a custom built first floor apartment with small balcony, with off-road parking for one car and an excellent reputation for quality and cleanliness. Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, whilst still being close to the location attractions and amenities.
Prices: From: £310.00 - To: £390.00
Description: This stone built cottage is situated a mile from the centre of Much Wenlock in the grounds of the owners smallholding.
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: £80.00 - To: £120.00
Description: A country house bed and breakfast in glorious Shropshire countryside near the beautiful medieval market town of Ludlow, famous for its food and its festivals.
Prices: From: £75.00 - To: £80.00
Description: At Upper Bromdon Bed and Breakfast, you will enjoy the peace and freedom of the countryside, combined with all the comforts of contemporary living.
Prices: From: £45.00 - To: £80.00
Description: Mike has diversified over the last few years and has now created a perfect haven for relaxation in his beautiful Bed & Breakfast accommodation.
Prices: From: £225.00 - To: £350.00
Description: Ferndale Flat; a purpose built, two storey, coach house style building with one bedroom, opened in 2010. Set in seven acres of woodland and sheep pasture in the very rural Corvedale, South Shropshire's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.