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The accommodation at Hawford Bridge Fishery

Hawford Bridge offers quality accommodation on site in the form of three self-catering holiday cottages. Each of the cottages is fully furnished and ideal for those wishing to explore the local area, relax in the local countryside or just experience the quality of fishing at the venue - which comes free of charge for those staying in the cottages.

If you are after peace and quiet, space and tranquility and a relaxed informal setting then visit you can't go far wrong at Hawford Bridge.

Another advantage is that Hawford Bridge is well placed for fishing other local commercial day ticket coarse fisheries as well as the River Severn and River Teme.

One of the sitting rooms at Hawford BridgeA Hawford Bridge kitchen
Another Hawford Bridge sitting room......and another kitchen

The ground floor consists of an open plan sitting room with fully fitted kitchen and dining areas. French windows open onto a patio area with views of the countryside. Stairs to the first floor provide access to two bedrooms, one room with a five foot bed and single bed, the other room with two three feet beds. Both rooms have a shower room.

All the cottages are equipped with oil-fired central heating, double glazed windows, exposed beams, microwave, electric cooker and television. There are no facilities for washing or drying clothes. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with fruit trees and shrubs. There is ample parking next to the accommodation.

Fishing is free to residents who must have a valid Environment Agency Rod Licence. All bathrooms are on the first floor of the accommodation. Pets are not allowed due to the presence of sheep, horses and cattle in the adjoining fields and children under 16 are not allowed because of the close proximity of the river and lakes. There is no telephone or internet access. A maximum of four adults in a cottage. At present, reservations are only for Saturday to Saturday.

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