Wootton, Bridgnorth. Shropshire. WV15 6EA
B&B Holiday Let Accommodation. 07977 068429
Wootton Lodge Mews is Bed & Breakfast or Holiday Let Accommodation. You can book or a day, a week or a month.
We are very conveniently located for the towns of Bridgnorth, Kidderminster, Wolverhampton, Telford, Ludlow, Ironbridge Stourbridge & Shrewsbury.
There are many popular wedding Venues nearby including,
The Mill Barns Alveley, Bridgnorth. WV15 6HL. www.themillbarns-venue.co.uk
Blakelands Six Ashes Road, Bobbington, Stourbridge DY7 5DP.
The Old Vicarage Hotel Worfield, Bridgnorth WV15 5JZ, www.oldvicarageworfield.com
High Grosvenor Worfield. Bridgnorth WV15 5PG.
Patshull Park. Patshull Road, Pattingham WV6 7HR. www.patshull-park.co.uk
Pendrell Hall. Codsall Wood, Codsall WV8 1QP. www.pendrellhall-venue.co.uk
The Mount Hotel. Mount Rd, Wolverhampton WV6 8HL. www.themount.co.uk
Davenport House. Worfield, Bridgnorth WV15 5LE. www.davenporthouse.co.uk
Other local visitor attractions include;
Lived in by one family through inheritance and marriage for over 875 years and never sold, Dudmaston embodies nearly a millennium of local history. Today, the Hall is home to the Hamilton-Russell family, and continues to revolve around the rhythms of the local community.
Dudmaston first appears in a deed of c.1127 when Helgor of Holgate granted a manor called Dodemannestone with half a hide of land to a Norman knight, Harlewyn de Butaille, whose family then adopted the local name of Dudmaston.
Severn Valley Railway.
The Severn Valley Railway is a heritage railway in Shropshire and Worcestershire, England. The 16-mile (26 km) heritage line runs along the Severn Valley from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster, crossing the Shropshire/Worcestershire border, following the course of the River Severn for much of its route. Train services are hauled predominantly by steam locomotives; however diesel traction is also sometimes used on designated days and during periods of high fire risk.
The railway is one of the most popular heritage railways in the country as well as being the sixth-longest standard gauge heritage line in the United Kingdom. It hosts numerous special events throughout the year, including both steam and diesel galas.
Ironbridge Gorge Museum.
Ironbridge Gorge Museum.
"A World Heritage Site set in a beautiful wooded valley in the heart of the Shropshire countryside"
One of Shropshire's top attractions, the Ironbridge Gorge is known throughout the world as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution.
But please do not be deceived by our heritage. Nowadays the area is far from industrial. Although the revolution started here, most of the factories are long gone and the natural beauty of the Gorge has been restored.
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RAF Cosford Museum
The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford is located in Shropshire and offers a fun, entertaining day out for all the entire family. Situated next to an active airfield, this is the only place in the Midlands where you can get close to so many breathtaking aircraft for free.
Red House Cone. Stourbridge. Dudley
The Red House Cone is located in Wordsley in the West Midlands, adjacent to the Stourbridge Canal bridge on the A491 High Street. It is a 90-foot (27 m) high conical brick structure with a diameter of 60 feet (18 m), used for the production of glass. It was used by the Stuart Crystal firm till 1936, when the company moved to a new facility at Vine Street. It is one of only four cones remaining in the United Kingdom.
It is the best preserved of only four such structures in the UK and is currently used as a museum by Dudley Council. (The other three cones are at Lemington, Catcliffe and Alloa). At the site are craft shops, demonstrations of glass blowing, a cafe, shop, and provision for temporary exhibits. Visitors are able to climb a platform to view more closely the interior of the cone.
Wolverhampton Halfpenny Green Airport
Wolverhampton Halfpenny Green Airport is not only a flourishing centre for aviation, it also offers companies a superb location in which to base their business.
Originally built as an aerodrome for the Royal Air Force and opening in 1941, the airport now provides a thriving base for a number of general aviation operators and maintenance providers including: aircraft and helicopter flying schools, several private aircraft operators and various non-aviation based tenants.Ideally positioned in the centre of the UK, the airport is only seven miles to the south west of Wolverhampton and 20 miles from Birmingham.
With three runways, the aerodrome is ideal for flying training and hosts four fixed wing training schools, one helicopter school and one microlight school. Each of these offer trial flying lessons so you can get a feel of what learning to fly is all about.