The Old Town Hall
Wyre Hill, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2UE
The Old Town Hall is a Grade II listed building dated 14th century sources for its medieval use are extant but it is thought to have been a Town Hall incorporating a Magistrates Court. Thanks to Bewdley’s historic and Civic Society there is documenting evidence for its use as a pub, function rooms and a shop before turning into a private life.
The house is marked by a hanging sign depicting The Old Town Hall. There is on-site open parking for 4 cars either side of the Knot Gardens. The public reception hall has oak timbers and a sandstone floor leading to a spacious guest lounge. This room has a TV, a selection of board games, jigsaws and books plus access to a computer. Double French windows lead out onto a seated patio and tranquil orchard garden.
Double glass doors lead from the lounge to the dining room. This timbered room with oak beams has an open fireplace and low casement windows. Stairs lead off to the 1st floor bedrooms. The family room has windows to front and rear and is en-suite. It has a TV and beverage making facilities. The twin room is older with oak timbers. It has an adjacent private shower room and a small seated area with TV and beverage making facilities.
The ground floor double bedroom is situated off the guest lounge. Constructed with disabled guests in mind it has wide door spaces, level floors and a double French door onto a private seated patio. The room is en-suite, has a TV and beverage making facilities.
Situated on the top of Wyre Hill Bewdley’s vibrant town centre is only 5 minutes walk away. Alternatively there is a good local bus service down to Load Street then out to Kidderrminster, Stourport-on-Severn, Ludlow and Bridgenorth.