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Shropshire restaurants: go gourmet in our delicious county

Shropshire has a well-deserved foodie reputation. This has a lot to do with our agricultural heritage. Shropshire and the Welsh Marches have so much delicious meat, dairy and produce within easy reach, Shropshire restaurant chefs cannot help but be inspired. Ludlow, home of the country’s first food festival, is renowned for its collection of fine restaurants. The strikingly beautiful Shropshire market town with its ruined castle is a foodie’s dream destination. Throughout Shropshire you’ll find bright, ambitious chefs creating adventurous food with the produce of our region. Foraging has caught on in recent years. The growing demand for plant-based cooking means vegetarian and vegan diners in Shropshire have never had so much delicious choice. For a luxurious dining experience, book a night in one of Shropshire’s restaurant with rooms. Eat yourself happy and simply climb the stairs to sleep it off, ready for a full Shropshire breakfast the next morning. Are you hungry yet? It’s time to book a table in a Shropshire restaurant!

SHREWSBURY

The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury

3 Star AA rating Hotel with 59 en-suite bedrooms, Bar & Lounge Menu available daily. Two large function rooms including the iconic Adams Ballroom. The jewel in Shropshire’s crown, Shrewsbury is packed with fascinating history – and at the centre of that is the Lion Hotel, having served the county for over 400 years with […]

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Newport

Swan Hotel, Forton

The Swan Hotel stands proud on Eccleshall road just 4 minutes from Newport town center. The Swan is a beautiful Georgian building which has undergone restoration in the Summer of 2020 with the hotel accommodation being fully refurbished in 2021. Our selection of en-suite rooms are prefect for weddings, events, a treat whilst travelling for […]

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Wrexham

The West Arms

Tucked away in a picturesque hamlet at the head of the glorious Ceriog Valley with the Berwyn Hills as a backdrop, this 16th-century former drovers’ inn stands in well-manicured gardens that run down to the river bridge. Black and white painted outside and bedecked with creeper and summer flowers, it’s a haven of comfort within, […]

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Clun

White Horse Inn, Clun

Hi, we are Jack & Hannah the proud proprietors of The White Horse Inn since 2001. Our small 16th-century inn is on Clun’s ancient market square. We have a great pub and have been working over the past years to make it even better for you and our local community. We have added four more […]

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Shrewsbury

Hickory's Smokehouse

Situated on Victoria Quay in the heart of the town, along the banks of the beautiful river Severn, we’re open & smokin’ 7 days a week from 11am-11pm and we can’t wait to welcome you. Here at Hickory’s we’re a family friendly restaurant & bar, with a menu bursting with smokehouse classics & BBQ favourites. […]

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Ludlow

The Clive

We are the perfect location to explore Ludlow and the surrounding countryside, are based on a site with plenty to do even when you just step outside and we have free parking to boot! You have options galore for dining and accommodation so read on and get ready to book! Time for a break We […]

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Shrewsbury

Hawkstone Hall & Gardens

Luxury Hotel • The Saloon Restaurant • Hill’s Kitchen • Afternoon Tea • Staycations & Retreats • Gym & Spa • Meeting & Events Spaces Nestled within the hills of the rolling Shropshire countryside, you will find the magnificent Grade | listed estate of Hawkstone Hall & Gardens. With ceilings gilded in gold, sweeping staircases, […]

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Shrewsbury

The Market Hall

Often described as a “gem in Shrewsbury’s crown”, the town’s national award-winning Market Hall is well worth a visit for its vibrant blend of delicious street food, unique cafes, boutique stalls, arts and crafts, fresh local produce and much more.  There’s even an artisan gin bar well stocked with more than 100 craft gins. Spy […]

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Oswestry

The Cross Keys - Kinnerley

The Cross Keys is a stunning 14th century pub in the unspoilt village of Kinnerley. This hidden treasure has been lovingly restored by the local community. Serving beautifully prepared seasonal fare served alongside delicious Shropshire pub classics. Offering real ales from local breweries and a interesting winelist, many available by the glass. On a chilly […]

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Whitchurch

Alderford Lake

Go Wild Creating Memories! Alderford Lake is the perfect destination for summer family fun- from our incredible 120 person aquapark, to paddleboard hire, to our twist on Escape Rooms this is a must visit destination. Your summer starts at Alderford Lake. Onsite we also have incredible selection of food options, including our Snugburys Ice Cream […]

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Shrewsbury

Theatre Severn

If you enjoy live entertainment, plays, musicals, comedy, dance and live music, or you’re looking for a great night out, Theatre Severn is the place to go. With two auditoriums, a stylish bar housed in an old chapel and terraces offering stunning views across the River Severn and rooftops of Shrewsbury, this is the perfect […]

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Whitchurch

Wild Shropshire Restaurant

Wild Shropshire Restaurant serves a multi-course tasting menu based solely on what is available locally at that time, whether that be from the allotment, what can be foraged, farmed or produced by some of the amazing artisans we have. Wild Shropshire is a true reflection of the food and flavours of this county.  

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Church Stretton

Yew Tree Inn

We are a family run pub with rooms in All Stretton, Shropshire, right at the heart of the Shropshire Hills. Offering local real ales, homemade food and luxury accommodation.   The Yew Tree Inn is a Grade II listed building with parts dating back to the 17th Century. We bought the pub September 2018 and […]

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