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Inns in Halford

Halford Bridge Inn
Fosse Way
Halford
Warwickshire

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By choosing The Halford Bridge, we want you to experience the relaxed friendly atmosphere and charisma that this traditional, countryside pub has to offer. Steeped in history and oozing with character, The Halford Bridge is a stone built, grade II listed coaching inn, dating from 1567. We take great personal pride in our pub and have carefully transformed The Halford Bridge into the type of place we would enjoy visiting! Our aim is to offer you a truly memorable stay, for all the right reasons scenic countryside location on the fringes of The Cotswolds, impressive building complete with original features, crooked walls & low beams (do mind your head though!), top team of staff, efficient service and all round attention to detail. Whether you are `Dining, Drinking, or Dozing` with us, we trust that you will thoroughly enjoy your visit and we look forward to welcoming you back again & again!

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star 'quality in tourism' rating
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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