|Parlors Hall Hotel Bridgnorth Parlors Hall Hotel, Mill Street, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV15 5AL|
"The original Parlors Hall, according to local historical records was built in the 12th century but it was the Parlor family who lived in the Hall from 1491 to 1539 who gave it their name."
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|The original Parlors Hall, according to historical records was built in the 12th century but it was the Parlor family who lived in the Hall from 1419 to 1539 who gave it their name.|
Many other families occupied the hall over the next 400 years, each contributing some feature of design and décor of their period. As a result the Hall is not typical of any particular era but has the charm of many.
In 1929 Parlors Hall became a hotel and since then careful development has taken place allowing many of the ancient features to be retained, most prominently in the public rooms on the ground floor with their fireplaces and oak paneling.
Today the Hotel has fifteen luxury en suite bedrooms, each individually decorated and offering contemporary amenities in keeping with the character of the buildings.
The attractive Restaurant offers a carefully cooked selection of dishes for lunch or dinner with a list of wines to suit most palates and pockets.
A Typical Bedroom
|Private party and reception facilities are available by arrangement.|
The Hotel is ideally located for business visitors to the area and offers an ideal centre from which to visit the many tourist attractions of the Severn Valley and the museums of Ironbridge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. The Hotel is situated in Lowtown, close to the eastern end of the river bridge leading to the picturesque town centre of Bridgnorth.
The Spacious Garden
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