Bridgnorth Cottages

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    Delightful semi-detached cottage in Coalbrookdale, part of the Ironbridge World Heritage Site. Character beams, inglenook and woodburner. Quality accommodation, well equipped and comfortable. Ironbridge 5 mins walk. (Ref. 934837)

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    Unique holiday cottage offering something a little different in woodland setting on a working cattle farm. Two part accommodation. Ironbridge 4 miles. (Ref. 22111)

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    Detached, stone-built barn conversion in centre of historic Much Wenlock. Well-equipped and comfortable with character beams. WiFi. Woodburning stove. Bridgnorth 8 miles. (Ref. 28739)

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Book a Bridgnorth cottage and escape for a few days in this delightful town nestling amid wonderful Shropshire countryside.

This unique town is divided into High Town and Low Town, linked by England's oldest and steepest funicular railway, or seven ancient series of steps up sandstone cliffs if you're feeling energetic! The old Bridgnorth Castle gardens at the top are a welcome spot to relax and soak up the views - little remains of the original building, which leans at a startling angle.

Follow the town trail and admire the floral displays - this town has won numerous awards for its colourful pots and hanging baskets. Historic buildings add charm and character - look out for the magpie buildings, attractive 16th and 17th Century houses like Bishop Percy's House, the timber-framed town hall and the Italianate styled New Market Buildings housing the Childhood and Costume Museum. Or sit awhile in the grounds of St. Leonard's Church, an oasis of calm amid the town's hustle and bustle.

Enjoy the banter of the street market, browse inviting shops and sample local delicacies at welcoming watering holes and restaurants.

Daytrips from your Bridgnorth cottage

Discover the stunning Severn Gorge aboard the Severn Valley Railway, gateway to wonderful walking country. View military aircraft at Cosford's Royal Airforce Museum. Follow the Sculpture Trail at Ray's Farm Country Matters. Find shelter under Charles II's famous oak tree at Boscobel House. Spend a day at Ironbridge. Pack your picnic hamper and enjoy a summer concert at Weston Park.

Or plan your Bridgnorth cottage holiday to coincide with the world-class Haydn Festival, a five-day extravaganza of musical magic.