Just spent a fab weekend in Ironbridge. Stayed at the Bridgeview Guest House. Would very much recommend you stay there if you're visiting. Had a great room with view of the bridge. Room small but very well equipped, spotlessly clean and modern. Fridge with complimentary mini bar (even a couple of choc cakes) It's the little things that mean a lot !!! Every one of the staff were lovely, couldn't do enough to please, nothing was too much trouble. Fab breakfasts (anything you want)!!! Walked to the Blist Hill Victorian Town (took about an hour) You have to pay a visit to this place. It was brilliant, authentic as well as very educational. Loved it. Can't wait to go back and visit all the other places didn't get a chance to see
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Bridge View Guest House is set next to the historic Iron Bridge. This charming guest house sits above a delightful tea room serving food all day. When the Iron Bridge was built in 1779, artists, travellers and even industrial spies flocked to see it. At Bridge View Guest House, you can admire the striking ironwork while enjoying full English or continental breakfast. Bridge View's rooms are spacious and elegant in style, with pretty paintings and contemporary decor. Bathrobes and free toiletries feature in each en suite bathroom, and benefits also include a flat-screen TV with a DVD player, and an iPod docking station. There is also a fridge with complementary content. Free Wi-Fi is offered. A short stroll along the River Severn will take you to a range of restaurants and eateries. Ironbridge Gorge Museum can be reached in around 20 minutes on foot, and Telford is about a 10-minute drive away. ... more less
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