The Bridge Inn, Port Sunlight
Following the latest government guidance in England to halt the continued growth in Coronavirus cases the Bridge Innis temporarily closed. It's only goodbye for now, and we will miss you! If you have a future booking, find out more about cancellations on our Coronavirus updates.
Keeping you and our team members safe is what’s most important to us. When we can reopen again, we will continue to live by our PUBSAFE Promises.
The Bridge Inn at Port Sunlight is one of our much-booked Value properties. So expect a great deal, friendly staff, tasty reasonably priced food and drink, and a really handy location.
Set in picturesque Port Sunlight, this Grade II listed hotel and restaurant retains much of its original character. Built by Victorian industrialist and philanthropist William Hesketh Lever in 1900, The Bridge was originally a ‘temperance hotel’ that didn’t serve alcohol!
All 11 of our en suite bedrooms offer a restful night’s sleep and every mod con you need for a relaxing stay. With big, comfy beds, flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, and complimentary toiletries, they’re ideal after a fun-filled time exploring the local area, or a busy working day.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: You may notice some differences in our hotels that are designed to keep you and our team safe and so your can enjoy a short break just like before. Alongside our 5 key Pub Safe promises - looking after our team, safe socialising, cleaning monitoring, reduced contact and hand sanitisers - we have taken extra steps to ensure your room is fully cleaned and ready to use.
Our Clean Bedrooms Promise: Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting of all hand contact services, reduced paper literature, anti-viral washing of all towels and linens and frequent cleaning of common areas.
The Bridge Inn, Bolton Road, Port Sunlight, United Kingdom,
Call Direct: 0151 6458441 | Reservations: 0345 608 6040
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