Bars, Pubs and Inns in Shropshire

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Tilley
Wem
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY4 5HE

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Freehouse pub and dining venue in the beautiful black and white Hamlet of Tilley. Situated on the outskirts of the North Shropshire market town of Wem, nine miles north of Shrewsbury; an area popular with walkers and cyclists in a county noted for its outstanding beauty.
www.tilleyraven.com

tilleyraven@googlemail.com

01939 234419

New St
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY3 8JQ

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The Boathouse is one of Shrewsbury's most loved historic pubs. It's stunning location on the banks of the River Severn offer magnificent views of the river and the Quarry park.
www.boathouseshrewsbury.co.uk

info@boathouseshrewsbury.co.uk

01743 231658

Pave Lane
Chetwynd Aston
Newport
Shropshire
TF10 9LQ

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A lovely Edwardian-style pub with south facing terrace and gardens with views over the gently rolling countryside.
www.fox-newport.co.uk

01952 815940

School Road
Craven Arms
Shropshire
SY7 9PE

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Pub - Restaurant with Rooms. Top quality pub food produced by the team using local produce and suppliers. Sunday Roast.
www.stokesayinn.co.uk

stokesayinn@yahoo.co.uk

01588 672304

Church Road
Uffington
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY4 4SN

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The Corbet Arms is a traditionally family owned pub and restuarant with hotel accommodation. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of our bar and pation were quiet conversation, spectacular scenery and home made bar snacks are a speciality along with real cask conditioned ales.
www.thecorbetarms.com

reception@thecorbetarms.com

01743 709232

Cardington
Church Stretton
Shropshire
SY6 7JZ

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Enjoy real ales and fresh homemade food at our ancient freehouse amid the South Shropshire Hills. Great walking country, 5 miles from Church Stretton. In the Good Beer and Good Pub Guide 2014.
www.at-the-oak.com

inntoxicated@gmail.com

01694 771266

Aston Lane
Claverley
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
WV5 7DX

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The Plough Inn, a traditional pub set in the lovely rural village of Claverley, near Bridgnorth. A pub with a warm friendly welcome, real fires, real ales, (Cask Marque). Home served food using the very best locally sourced produce, large beer garden with a petanque piste and regular live music.
www.ploughinn-claverley.co.uk

keith_horton3@yahoo.co.uk

01746 710667

Bouldon
Craven Arms
Shropshire
SY7 9DP

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Located equidistant between Ludlow and Bridgnorth, this is a quintessential rural pub, surrounded by farmland and on many walking routes including the Three Castles Walk and the Shropshire Way. The Tally Ho Inn provides fine local ales, a warm welcome, roaring fires and good honest pub food.
www.thetallyho.co.uk

info@thetallyho.co.uk

07528614286

7 Pepper Street
Whitchurch
Shropshire
SY13 1BG

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Quality fresh food menu, sourced from local suppliers. 6 traditional real ales. THis local inn has recently undergone major development with the addition of 6 quality en-suite double/twin rooms including a family room. 
www.theanchorpub.co.uk

01948 666033

30 Bynner Street
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY3 7NZ

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Welcoming community pub, south facing decking area, heated smoking shelter, bowling green and overlooked by former 19th Century Maltings. Shrewsbury Town Football Club memorabilia including seating from the old Gay Meadow. Beer festivals in February and May. Always at least five ales.
www.princeofwaleshotel.co.uk

01743 343301