Halford Bridge Inn is a grade 2 listed coaching inn located on the roman road called Fosse Way. Nestled in the northern fringes of the rolling Hills of the Cotswolds. br / br / br / br / With it once known as The Bell , its name was changed to Halford Bridge Inn in the 1980 s after the roman bridge 100 years down from the inn. br / br / br / br / Halford Bridge Inn was used as a stop for regular stage coaches to change horses before continuing their journey along the Fosse Way to their destinations. br / br / br / br / Halford Bridge Inn now offers eight bedrooms all with en-suites bathrooms ranging from Luxury King size suite to a cosy double or twin room. All rooms have flat screen free view televisions and complimentary tea and coffee facilities. br / br / br / br / All rooms include a light breakfast of juices, cereals, toast, tea or coffee. Breakfast can be upgraded to a full cooked English with an added cost of £10.00 per person. br / br / br / br / We also have a ground room as the stable room which is available for less able people with suitable are bath en-suite. br / br / br / br / With the age of the Halford Bridge Inn we currently have wifi available within our dinning area. so please don t hesitate to make your self comfortable and enjoy a refreshing beverage.
Situated in the heart of the village of Halford on the A429 between Stratford upon Avon and Shipston on Stour. The Halford has a car park opposite the front of the pub.
You can check in from 16:00. You need to check out by 11:00.