Welcome To The Golden Lion Inn, Bridgnorth, Shropshire
The Golden Lion Inn is a Traditional 17th century coaching inn situated on the High Street, near to the Northgate in Bridgnorth, Shropshire. The River Severn and the Severn Valley Railway are both a short walk away, as are the remains of Bridgnorth Castle, the Bridgnorth Cliff Railway and some superb views over the River Severn from the old town walls.
The Golden Lion is renowned locally for it's fine range of ales and superb home cooked food but also provides the only bed and breakfast accommodation on Bridgnorth's historic High Street. There is a large car park at the rear with the car park entrance facing the famous old St Leonard's Church.
Jeff Watkins receives the Cask Marque
Jeff Watkins work horse
A fully restored 1967 Morris Minor Pick Up
The Golden Lion Inn has two comfortable lounge areas and a traditional public bar with facilities for darts, quoits, dominoes, other pub games and a television mainly devoted to sport and with terrestrial, Sky, ESPN and all satellite channels available in 'High Definition'.
Excellent home cooked meals are available from 12 noon to 2 p.m. from Monday to Saturday and until 2.30 p.m. on a Sunday.
Bed & Breakfast is available and our five bedrooms are all of generous size with full central heating, radio alarm clock, hair drier, wall mounted flat screen televisions with freeview and a hospitality tray. All of our rooms have full en-suite facilities.
The Golden Lion Inn has Wi-Fi available in all rooms and the pub bars.
Whether it is a Cask Conditioned beer, a superb home cooked meal or a restful stay you require a warm welcome is assured from landlord Jeff Watkins and his friendly local team of Stacy the bar manager and Anne and Sarah in the kitchen.
We look forward to seeing you at the Golden Lion Inn, Bridgnorth.
Jeff Watkins recently requested donations in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer instead of presents for his 70th birthday. Jeff was able to hand over the proceeds along with money from the inn's charity bottle which amounted to £915.
The Golden Lion Inn