Parlors Hall Hotel

Address: Mill St, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England, WV15 5AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Bridgnorth


    A travel blog entry by kieranjg on Jul 07, 2015


    ... was closed the rollercoaster because someone got seriously injured last week. Today we went to a cricket store and I got. 4 mini bats, new socks, a new long sleeve sweater, new shoes and two duke cricket balls. We are in Birmingham now and I got to meet Aaron finch. So ...

    Almost here!

    A travel blog entry by gillb1954 on Jul 02, 2015


    It`s the day before the long awaited trip to the USA. The packing is complete. Martin and Sheila are starting the holiday early as they have tickets for Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at the NEC so Chris and Gill will meet them at the airport tomorrow to check in at 6.30am. Our flight departs at 9.00am for Newark where we have about 4 hours to kill before flying onto Las Vegas.

    The Journey to South Africa Begins

    A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Jun 30, 2015

    After a an early start, (2:30 am), I went to Birmingham Airport for a KLM flight to Amsterdam. There was a 2 hour stopover before the next flight was to Johannesburg which took 10 and a half hours, arriving at 9.15pm. I stopped at a hotel close to the airport, as there are no flights out of Johannesburg at this time of night. My journey will continue tomorrow. ...

    Happy Easter

    A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Apr 05, 2015

    14 photos

    ... of Sir Thomas Wolryche. Wolryche built Dudmaston in 1697 as his base for his forestry, which is still a main source of employment in the area. While waiting for the Hall to open we had a pleasant lunch in the sun followed by a game of chess with a large open-air chessboard.

    Upon entering Dudmaston Hall once it had been opened, we could immediately tell that it was still lived in by the riding boots near ...

    Day 2 The road to York

    A travel blog entry by jilly56 on Apr 28, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... and aprons. Our pot of tea was lovely and we shared a slice of lemon sponge. Everything is home made! Well worth a visit. I broke my new multifocal sunglasses and found Specsavers in the main street but they are not fixable until I get home! We enjoyed our meander around the lanes and found some fruit markets where I goy 2 punnets of rasberrys for only £1.50 ($3!) We met our bus at 4pm and were taken to our hotel - ...