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The Bottle & Glass Inn, Church Stretton

The Bottle & Glass Inn
Dating back to the 17th century The Bottle & Glass is a quintessentially English country pub which offers accommodation and is full of rustic charm and character, with oak beams, ... More Prices from 90.00

The Crown Inn, BISHOPS CASTLE

The Crown Inn
the crown inn is set in a beautiful position overlooking the Long Mynd in the shropshire hills, the views from here are breathtaking. we are lose too all walking routes ... More Prices from 70.00

The White Horse Inn, Shrewsbury

The White Horse Inn
A 15th century, grade II listed country inn in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Situated within the Shropshire Hills – Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just south of Shrewsbury and near ... More Prices from 75.00

Affcot Lodge, Near Church Stretton

Affcot Lodge
Formally called the Travellers Rest, The Affcot Lodge has changed ownership and undergone substantial refurbishment. Owned and run by Chris and Wendy Davis with their dedicated team the Lodge re-opened ... More Prices from 75.00

The Crown Country Inn, Ludlow

The Crown Country Inn
A gourmet's delight, chef-patron Richard Arnold has earned Michelin awards and is Shropshire's only "Masterchef of Great Britain" The Corvedale Restaurant, with its magnificent open fireplace, was, in C17, the ... More Prices from 80.00

Boars Head Hotel, Bishops Castle

Boars Head Hotel
16th Century Coaching Inn locally owned and run by Darren & Stuart, Free house serving award winning real ales, good quality wines and home cooked food all day every day! ... More Prices from 70.00

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