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Bridge Inn Hotel is located in the model village of Port Sunlight on the Wirral Peninsula. Enjoy a stay at this Grade II listed hotel.

The Hotel was originally built by Victorian industrialist and philanthropist William Hesketh Lever in 1900, The Bridge Inn was originally a ‘temperance hotel’ with tea rooms and assembly rooms, but it did not serve alcohol. It retains many of its original interior features including the wood panelling and stunning stained glass roof dome.

Local to the hotel in the village you will find many Grade II including an art gallery, cottage hospital and schools. If you are keen to visit the Victorian architecture of this beautiful garden village and the magnificent art collection in the Lady Lever Gallery then The Bridge Inn Hotel provides the perfect place to stay when you are finished exploring.

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