The Bridge Inn
The Bridge Inn is an award winning 16th century riverside inn, farmhouse with rooms, self catering farmhouse and campsite with romantic yurts idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch, Escley.
Award winning local ciders and beer along with a fine selection of wine from small vineyards, local spirits and Herefordshire apple juice.
A varied menu of pub food is available.
There are three ensuite rooms at Bridge Farmhouse, breakfast is served in the farmhouse kitchen or The Bridge Inn. Bridge Farmhouse is less than one minute walk from The Bridge Inn in the tiny village of Michaelchurch Escley which is a short drive from Hay on Wye on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park on the Herefordshire border.
Our Romantic yurts are hidden away next to the Bridge Inn Michaelchurch Escley.
Full cooked Breakfast is included and served the Pub. There are tea and coffee making facility’s and electric in the yurt. There are no cooking facilities and hence no washing up, there is a small fridge. You get breakfast daily in the Pub or Farmhouse kitchen and then you are free to explore. Toilet and shower facilities are located less than one minute from the yurt.
All bed linen, towels and toiletries are included, all you will need to bring is a sense of adventure!!
Wood for the log burner and everything you need to get the fire going is also included. Sorry no dogs and no smoking inside the yurt.
Both yurts are located in the grounds of The Bridge Inn but carefully situated to give a peaceful and private stay.
The Escley Brook Romantic Yurt is located up a little track though the trees on a purpose build viewing platform, its less than one minute walk from the pub, toilets and shower block.
The Upper Brook Romantic Yurt is located in the grounds of the pub next to a little steam and you can hear the water running passed from inside the Yurt.
Our campsite and camper van pitches are all located within one minute walk of the pub! We have four hardstanding pitches for camper and caravans by the riverside. We also have the use of a camping field on the other side of the river.
The camping shower and toilet block has been refurbished and are now clean and warm, and outside sink has been added with hot water for washing up.
There are scores of local walks, the cycling is pretty good here too, with plenty of very minor roads wending their way from village to village, before surprising the patient pedaller with huge open vistas of Herefordshire hills.
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