Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Ironbridge & The Severn Trow

Charlotte and I have been keen to return to Ironbridge ever since we dropped in briefly on our way back from Wales in 2010. Last week we were seeing Devin Townsend and Fear Factory in Wolverhampton, so it made sense to take an extra day and visit Ironbridge.

We found an incredible little B&B, the Severn Trow. A former house of ill repute, the Severn Trow has many wonderful features including four poster beds (which got me many brownie points), very friendly and accommodating owners and free WiFi!

It rained pretty much the whole time we were there and by the time we’d dragged ourselves out of bed in Wolverhampton and driven across to Ironbridge it was already early afternoon. We had an extremely nice lunch in the somewhat trendy Malthouse. The afternoon was spent wandering in and out of the many gift and ornament shops along the river and chatting to the friendly shopkeepers. In the evening we went looking for and failed to find Da Vinci’s and ended up in another Italian across the road, which was ok. Of course we found Da Vinci’s on the way back.

Ironbridge really is a lovely little town and an afternoon and evening doesn’t do it justice, so I think we’ll be back!

1 comment:

  1. Ironbridge is a fantastic place, I had the dubious pleasure of working there for almost a couple of years. DaVince's was very good, very small and very expensive, well worth a visit.