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Hotels in Upton upon Severn

White Lion Hotel
High Street
Upton upon Severn
Worcestershire

WR8 0HJ | View map
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Our philosophy at The White Lion is quite simple. We offer good old fashioned hospitality with attentive service, good food, fine wines, quality beers, comfortable rooms, ambient surroundings and value for money.

With all this in mind, we aim to make your visit a memorable one, whether you are here on business, stopping off on a long journey or on a leisure break for a few days or more.

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Our well stocked bar is the perfect place to taste one of our range of quality real ales from both local and national breweries. Enjoy a cup of coffee or afternoon tea; perhaps have something more substantial such as a light lunch, or sample the la Carte menu for a special occasion. We cook food only to order - nothing is prepared or ready frozen.

The bedrooms in the White Lion are all individually decorated and many retain the original timbers giving them a unique character. All have full facilities with 32" televisions in all rooms, free Wi-fi and direct dialling telephones.

Like many of our previous guests, we feel that once you have experienced our hospitality you will want to return time and time again.

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Ratings/Awards: AA Rosette
CAMRA Guide
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13
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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms

Sample Menu:


Hot & Cold Starters

Pan Seared Mackerel with Grain Mustard Potato Salad
5.95
Thai Duck Cakes, Oriental Salad & Sweet Chilli Dressing
6.95
Baked Goats Cheese in Buttered Filo with a
Beetroot & Walnut Dressing
6.55
Smoked Finnon Haddock with Crab Risotto and
Soft Poached Egg
7.25
Char Grilled Polenta with Wilted Greens, Wild Mushrooms, Parmesan and
Caramelised Shallot Dressing
5.75
Seared Collops of Monkfish with Crispy Pancetta on a
Mango, Paw Paw & Chilli Salsa
7.25
Smoked Scottish Venison Wafers with
Sweet Cherry Balsamic Dressing
7.45

Main Courses

Meat, Game, Poultry & Fish

Baked Hake & Smoked Salmon with Parmesan & Parsley Topping on a Tomato
Butter Sauce
15.25

Collops of Venison with Braised Apple & Red Cabbage, Chilli and Apple
Marmalade Glazed Topping
15.55

Pan Fried Calves Liver with Roundels of White Pudding,
Smoked Bacon Rasher & Mushrooms
16.95

Grilled Sirloin Steak with Chicken & Duck Liver Pate,
Mushrooms & Thyme Jus
16.55

Crown of Baby Chicken Roast with Herb Butter, Grilled Polenta, Black Pudding
and Morrels on a Port & Sage Jus
14.95

Red Mullet with Crab Cake, Noodles & Sweet & Sour Sauce
15.25

Pan Fried Breast of Duck with Sweet Potato Mash on a
Chocolate & Black Cherry Sauce
16.25

Flash Fried Sesame Tuna served simply "Teriyaki" Style
15.95

Grilled Prime Fillet Steak with a Ragout of Calves Liver, Wild Mushrooms &
Smoked Bacon
18.55

A Duo of Pheasant Baked "En Croute" & Grilled with Fondue Potato & Cranberry
Sauce
15.55

Mustard & Herb Topped Rump of Lamb with Honey Glazed Vegetables on Rosemary
Jus
15.95

All Main Courses are Served with Vegetables and a Potato Dish to Complement
your Meal

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