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Halfway House Inn & Caravan Park

Halfway House Inn & Caravan Park in Shropshire is set just over a mile from ancient Bridgnorth and the banks of the River Severn. The Halfway House is less than 10 miles from the Ironbridge Gorge Museums, West Midlands Safari Park, Wenlock Edge and the Cosford Aerospace Museum.

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This 16th Century Coaching Inn is about a 30 minutes’ drive from the historic towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow, the Black Country Museum, the Long Mynd National Park. Within 45 minutes you can reach Birmingham City Centre, Worcester and a host of National Trust Properties and Castles.

Halfway House Inn & Caravan Park in Shropshire is so near to so many great destinations that because of this when you are driving with your children in the car you can always tell them that you have nearly reached your destination.

This family-run old Inn in the wonderfully beautiful Shropshire countryside can cater to families with all types of budgets. Guests can choose from en-suite double, twin or family bedrooms, bunk rooms or they can bring their own touring caravans or tents.

THE CARAVAN PARK
The caravan park is adjacent to the inn, which is open all year round.

Super Hard Standing Pitches with EHU & direct water connections for Caravans and Motorhomes from £25 per night. Price includes up to 4 people, awnings, up to 2 dogs & even “in-laws”.

Bank holidays from £27.50 per night (minimum stay requirement)

Grass pitches with EHU from £25 depending on ground conditions. 

Tents £8 per person per night, £4 per child under 13. Price includes use of Shower block & loos open 24 hours

BBQ’s only allowed if set up well above the grass.

Trailer tents are charged per person.

The price includes:
• 24-hour access to toilets
• 24-hour access to shower
• Fresh drinking water
• Electricity hook up
• Pot-washing facilities

The cost is all-inclusive; we do not charge extra for using awnings or bringing animals or extra guests etc. Use of the showers in the onsite facilities is free of charge.

The 6 hard-standing superpitches have direct water connection and regularly-mown grass on either side.

Once you book with us there are no extras for awnings, animals, children etc.

Weekly rates available on application.

Halfway House Inn & Caravan Park in Shropshire is just over a mile out of Bridgnorth in the beautiful scenic countryside of Shropshire. There is a hard standing drive up the middle of the site suitable for Motorhomes and the berths are on the regularly mowed grass on either side.

Bridgnorth is a historic market town situated in Shropshire, England. The town is split between High Town and Low Town, named on account of their elevations relative to the River Severn which runs through Bridgnorth is home to many popular tourist attractions including the funicular railway that links the High town and Low town. It is the steepest and only inland railway of its type in the country so it’s definitely worth a trip!
At the bottom of the funicular on the left-hand side you will find one of the most recognisable landmarks in town, Bishop Percy’s House on the Cartway. The property was built in 1580 by Richard Forster and has been a Grade 1 listed building since 18 July 1949. This is one of the few properties of its type to survive the great fire of Bridgnorth in April 1646.
The town is also home to the traditional Bridgnorth railway station which is part of the Severn Valley Railway. Take a journey on a heritage steam train stopping at various towns and villages and take in the delightful countryside views along its route southwards towards its final destination of Kidderminster. We definitely recommend a ride if you have never been before!
The ruins of Bridgnorth Castle, built in 1101, are present in the towns Castle Walk gardens. Not too much of the original building still remains due to damage caused during the English Civil War but the gardens do provide lovely views down across low town and the River Severn.
Other notable buildings in the town are the seventeenth century Bridgnorth Town Hall, a half-timbered building, situated in the centre of the high street where local markets are held on Fridays and Saturdays every week.

Visit the Halfway House Inn & Caravan Park website for more info

Halfway House Inn & Caravan Park

Halfway House Inn
Cleobury Road
Eardington
Bridgnorth
Shropshire
WV16 5LS


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