The Halford Bridge Inn is a 16th century coaching inn, once known as 'The Bell'. It was renamed in 1980's after the Roman Bridge, 100 yards down from the inn. The building is a beautiful stone built, Grade II listed building with separate car park opposite hosting 20 spaces and on street parking for a further 5 spaces available outside.
Our rooms include:
A ground floor superior king or twin room with wheelchair accessibility.
Superior king suite on the second-floor loft conversion, with original wooden beam features.
Deluxe family room which overlooks the courtyard, alongside an additional classic family room.
Five cosy king rooms and a classic twin room.
All rooms include a private bathroom with a shower or bath.
Shipston-On-Stour is a riverside town, situated on the northern edge of the Cotswolds, close to the boundaries of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. In the 8th Century, Shipston was called Scepwaeisctune, Old English for Sheep-wash-Town. Located on what is now the A3400 Road between Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford. Today Shipston is a historic and thriving town, becoming increasingly popular as it provides a fantastic mixture of more than 50 independent shops, pubs and restaurants.
A short drive away is Stratford-upon-Avon, famed for its romanticized Tudor architecture and its ties to William Shakespeare. The renowned playwright and poet lived in this very town, you can walk in his footsteps at his childhood residence or enjoy a play at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. In the centre of the town independent shops and boutiques thrive, with the opportunity to browse stalls and get a bite to eat at the Waterside food and Craft market.
Check in: 17:00 (5:00pm) - 21:30 (9:30pm) (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)
Check out: Before 11:00 (11:00am)