Bridge Inn
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  • Accommodation
  • Allow campervans
  • Beer garden
  • Car park
  • Cocktail bar
  • Disabled facilities
  • Dogs allowed
  • Family friendly
  • Food
  • Outside area
  • Real ale
  • Real fire

The Bridge Inn is a 16th century riverside inn, restaurant, farmhouse with rooms and campsite with glamping idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.

The Bridge Inn is an award winning 16th century riverside inn, farmhouse with rooms, self catering farmhouse and campsite with romantic yurts idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.

Open all year with hardstanding riverside pitches with electric hook.

Well behaved dogs are welcome in the bar and on the small campsite, but we do not have any accommodation suitable for dogs.

The Pub is open all day on Saturdays and Sundays and generally the bar remains open in the evening until the last person leaves. We have a late licence & enjoy using it.

Winner of Best Herefordshire Pub - National Pub & Bar Awards 2017

"Lovers of good meat and beer flock to The Bridge Inn" - The Telegraph

"One of the best pubs to enjoy a summers lunch at...Super country bedrooms lie in the farmhouse a minute away" - The Guardian

It's sited beneath weeping willows beside a brook and it's an idyllic place to nurse a pint of tuck into hearty local dishes, such as braised shoulder of lamb with Gwatkin cider - The Independent

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Beer Day Britain 2018

Happening on 15/06/2018 [Expired]

Friday 15th June marks the annual celebration of the nation's best-loved bevvy - real ale! So why not come down and join us in raising a glass of the good stuff and say #CheersToBeer!

National Pub and Bar Award Finalist!

Published on 18/04/2017 [Expired]

Being one of the hundreds pubs and bars who entered, we are really excited and thrilled to have made it to the final of this prestigious competition in London on May 23rd.
We recognise just how valuable it is to be named the best in our county, and, you never know, we just might go on to be…