The Bewdley Inn, has undergone a huge transformation returning this 15th Century Inn to its former glory. A great place for friends to gather located less than a mile away from the local Bewdley railway station and a short drive from the beautiful Wyre Forest.
Formerly named Black Boy Hotel for well over a century, was completely refurbished in January 2018. It's near to the River Severn and 5 minute drive from the West Midlands Safari Park , this Grade II listed inn dating back nearly 600 years, known as The Black Boy since the early 19th Century until 2021 and before that the Blackamoors Head named after the swarthy complexion of King Charles II, and in a Royalist area during the Civil War.
The central bar serves the lounge and the bar which has beams, an open fire in an arched alcove, with a small snug adjoining it which at one time was the access to the former hotel. At the front is a separate room that also doubles as a private function room.
Level access off the side (away from the road) into the lounge bar and adjacent gents WC (not adapted), a few steps into other areas and