Bridgewood House

68 room property based in the heart of Stafford city centre. Rooms have ensuite bathroom facilities, bed, wardrobe , TV and free wi fi. There are laundry facilities on property. Bridgewood House has its own car parking facilities and a bike shed.
Ian James
Bridgewood House
Earl Street
Stafford
Staffordshire
ST16 2DJ

Tel: 01785 5336309
E-Mail: reservations@bridgewoodhouse.co.uk
Web: www.bridgewoodhouse.co.uk

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Nearby Attractions

Ancient High House
"Four hundred years of history are waiting to be discovered within the walls of England's largest timber framed town house"  

Step inside and embark on a journey from Elizabethan days through the turbulent Civil War era to the more refined Edwardian period. With hands on activities, children's games and quizzes there's something for all the family, as well as an exciting range of events and workshops throughout the year. An interesting programme of displays by regional artists takes place in two gallery spaces and a changing history exhibition gives you the opportunity to view a range of artefacts not generally on public display. 

There is a school and group tour programme and occasional themed tours, talks and workshops to support the history exhibitions.

The ground floor shop offers a wide range of gifts, local crafts, souvenirs, traditional toys, local crafts and local history books. Visit Staffordshire Gifts http://www.staffordshiregifts.org.uk/categories/ancient-high-house.php to buy online.

Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 4pm. FREE admission, with the exception of some events and workshops.

0.1 km from Bridgewood House
Stafford's History & Haunts Tours
Take a guided tour around Stafford town centre to discover some of the historic and haunting facts. 

Two tours available, Stafford's History or Haunts. Group bookings, £3.70 per person for one tour or £5.40 per person for a combined tour. 
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Guildhall Shopping Centre
The Centre offers a safe, bright and modern shopping environment and is home to 40 shops including, Kismet Rose, O2, Body Shop, i-motion gym and other popular national names complemented by established local traders. Stafford Borough Council operate a vibrant indoor market that opens into the Guildhall. The market trades on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week.

For convenience, we have a modern multi-storey car park, and for shoppers who prefer the convenience of public transport, one of Stafford's main bus terminals is adjacent to the Centre. The railway station and taxi rank are only a short walk away.

The Centre is open Monday to Saturday 9am - 5.30pm and Sunday 10.30am - 4.30pm.

0.2 km from Bridgewood House
The Bear Grill
Where once the traditional burger was seen purely as a fast food option, gourmet bear grill burgers are knocking tradition on the head. The Bear Grill menus offer an extensive range of freshly prepared burgers to suit all tastes and appetites.

Our doors are open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 11pm.
Food Service Monday to Thursday from 11am to 3pm and 5pm to 9pm, Friday and Saturday 11am to 9.30pm.
0.2 km from Bridgewood House
St. Chad's Church
"In the heart of the County Town St Chad's is a real gem."  

It dates from the 12th Century and is full of atmosphere and mysterious carvings - beaked heads, green men and an inscription that may reveal its founder.  

Sympathetically restored by the Victorians, the architect Gilbert Scott, was inspired to design its wonderful west end and Hardmans of Birmingham created the window in the side chapel.  An example of their work from the twenty first century depicting St Chad is also over the west door. 

Knowledgeable stewards will guide you around if you wish.
0.2 km from Bridgewood House
Stafford Cheese, Ale and More Festival
Cheese makers, breweries and local food producers fill the Market Square in Stafford, with a fantastic range of products and a fine array of artisan food, when the county town hosts the annual Stafford Cheese, Ale & More Festival. The event proved a huge success in 2015 attracting tens of thousands of people to the town and resulting in an extra day being added for 2016.

2017 festival details will be announced soon.
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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust - The Wolseley Centre
The Wolseley Centre is the headquarters of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust - the county's leading nature conservation charity. Set in 26 acres of landscaped gardens, the grounds were once the ancestral home of the Wolseley family, now managed with wildlife in mind, yet still catering for people of all ages and mobility. Why not try a self guided circular nature walk alongside the Stafford Brook and River Trent, explore our woodland and wetland habitats or spend a while relaxing in our wildlife and sensory gardens? Children's interactive trails, visitor displays, gift shop and refreshments, there is everything for a great day out!
0.2 km from Bridgewood House
Big Local App Stafford
The Big Local App is a really useful, smartphone app bringing together local businesses, local news, events and information, making it a must-have app for members of the local community. 

Visit Stafford's mini app can be found under the Tourist Information button on the home page.

Big Local App for iPhone® and iPod touch® is available to download now for free from the App Store. Visit the iTunes store from your computer, or mobile device to download now! Big Local App for AndroidT is available at market.android.com
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Get Walking Stafford
Get Walking Keep Walking Stafford covers walking routes around local community centres and churches.

These walking routes will provide you with short walks that are suitable for individuals and families.

Visit the website and download the walking routes.
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Broad Eye Windmill

The 200 year old Broad Eye Windmill is one of Stafford's most distinctive buildings. Built in 1796 using stone reclaimed from the early Shire Hall this magnificent romantic building has seen many changes during it's long history.


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