A town in Shropshire along the Severn Valley, Bridgnorth is an interesting location.
The town is split into Low Town and High Town, named due to where they are positioned relative to the river, which separates the two parts of the town. Among the many great things to see in the area are the ruins of Bridgnorth Castle, built in 1101. The castle is inclined at an angle of 15 degrees and is an interesting sight to see.
High Town hosts two Church of England churches - the classic 18th Century Church of St. Mary and the Church of St. Leonard’s, which was largely rebuilt in the latter part of the 19th Century. The A454 also provides you with easy access to the city of Wolverhampton where you will find a number of shops, museums and a thriving night life, making Bridgnorth the ideal place to stay for a quiet retreat where you can still benefit from the city.