Castle Inn Bletchley
A warm welcome awaits you at this traditional English Country Inn, which has been family run for over 30 years.
There are eleven rooms all offering a high standard of accommodation for a pleasant stay. Eight of the rooms are in the purpose built accommodation block with beautiful countryside views to the rear. The other three rooms are within the Castle Inn itself, one of them having a turret feature.
1950's - 1970's
During the 1950's, 60's & 70's the Castle Inn saw a busy coach trade as the halfway stop to North Wales from the Midlands.
During the second World War the Castle Inn was used by officers of RAF Ternhill. Originally built in 1938, the Castle Inn was built by Wem Brewery when the village was by-passed. It replaced the old Castle.