Meadow Inn & Steakhouse

Address: Buildwas Road, Ironbridge, Shropshire, England, TF8 7BJ, United Kingdom | 4 star inn
 
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This 4 star inn, located on Buildwas Road, Ironbridge, is near Museum of the Gorge, Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron, Benthall Hall, and Ironbridge Open Air Museum of Steel Sculpture.
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    Travel Blogs from Ironbridge

    Day 8.....Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens

    A travel blog entry by lynbertram on Aug 08, 2015

    6 comments, 7 photos

    We said goodbye to Birmingham this morning and settled in for what we thought was a four hour trip to Kent. There was an accident somewhere on the motorway which caused a huge traffic jam so in his wisdom our driver decided to detour around it. We drove through the lots of English towns and villages.....some with very narrow roads which was a little hairy scary at times. The scenery was gorgeous though. We stopped in Felbridge at The Starr Inn for ...

    A day in the country, the trip to Sissinghurst

    A travel blog entry by derisjoy on Aug 08, 2015

    1 photo

    ... Nicholson.interesting story here, she had her female lovers, and he his male, but they also loved each other , had 2 children, and stayed together for 40 years. One of her lovers was Virginia Woolf. We are staying at a hotel in Dover. Dinner was pumpkin soup, pork fillet with vege, and lemon meringue pie. We also changed drivers ...

    Picking Up Pierre

    A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Jul 25, 2015

    2 photos

    Today we picked up our motor home, a Pilote Sensation, after having a whistle stop tour and instructions on all the various electronic devises and came away with our heads in a spin! We then zoomed off to our first campsite near Nuneaton doing an average of 12mph. Hopefully not too many frustrated drivers behind us, but in fairness being left hand drive and a vehicle that seemed like 10 times ...

    Museums, bridges and pubs aplenty!

    A travel blog entry by jacqui369 on Aug 18, 2013

    5 comments

    ... also used them when we went down a coal mine, where the roof of the mine tunnels was very low and we only had candle-power torches to see by.
    Today we donned hats of a different kind at the Blists Hill Victorian Village. (That's a site worth googling.) C even became a lady and donned a DRESS ........yes, a dress.........and joined another lady ( J ) in a very proper Victorian afternoon tea. We have the photographic evidence to prove ...

    Machines, machines, machines

    A travel blog entry by joyschultz on May 18, 2013

    5 photos

    ... in Herefordshire. We only went to two, but there are 13 to choose from. Apparently they still exist because they are close to the Welsh border and sometimes were Welsh and sometimes English, so the locals say that they identify only with their area and nowhere else. Because of lack of identity they were ignored by governments and stayed too poor to modernise - which is good for tourism as they are very picturesque. However a local woman told us that the ...