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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!

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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Ludlow

The Feathers Hotel

The Feathers Hotel is a stunning facility, packed with history, charm and culture and can be found nestled away in the picturesque market town of Ludlow. Originally built in 1619, our Grade I listed, half-timbered hotel has recently undergone a huge £2.7m makeover but has, without doubt, retained all of its personality and iconic features.   […]

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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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Shrewsbury

The Loopy Shrew

The Loopy Shrew is a family run Restaurant & Bar with Boutique Rooms in the Heart of Shrewsbury Town Centre called ‘The Town of Flower. Located in a quiet backwater of the town with its black and white Tudor buildings and higgledy piggildy streets with names you want to say out loud, a river that […]

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Shrewsbury

Hencote

Set high above Shrewsbury and the Shropshire countryside, the Hencote estate is a reminder of what England, at its best, has to offer. An insistence on authenticity and a keen eye for detail has driven the creation of this unique English experience that comprises wine tasting, vineyard tours, a hilltop restaurant and luxury accommodation. Stroll […]

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Shrewsbury

Riverside Inn

New for 2021, Greene King Inns welcomed the Riverside Inn, Shrewsbury, to the family.  At the postcard-perfect Riverside Inn, you will feel instantly at home with a warm welcome, exceptional service, delicious pub classics and expertly curated drinks. The charming grade II-listed Inn boasts idyllic views over the River Severn and fascinating heritage around the […]

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Shrewsbury

The Haughmond

A modern coaching inn, with proper food, great wine and a friendly, comfortable atmosphere… the kind of place we enjoy ourselves!  Whether you are looking for coffee, lunch, dinner, drinks, for a celebration or somewhere to lay your head join us in the picturesque village of Upton Magna, just a few miles from Shrewsbury. 

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Shrewsbury

The Boat House - Shrewsbury

The boathouse bar and grill  The interiors of this back and white Tudor inn are intimate, a set of small adjoining rooms with wood deck floors and scrubbed oak tables gives the impression of being on a boat sailing down the Severn. The elevated situation above the river captures the reflected light from the flowing […]

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Shrewsbury

The Windmill at Rowton

A truly family-run pub; how many pubs are now in the same family after three generations and 99 years! Jane and Peter have taken on this family heirloom from Jane’s mother, Megan Hughes. It is a pub bursting with stories of locals that have been loyal through generations of families. A place where regulars enjoy […]

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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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Shrewsbury

Lion & Pheasant

A unique combination of historic quality and contemporary design makes this AA three-star hotel the perfect destination for an evening out or a longer stay – whether to unwind after a day of busy meetings, or to while away a relaxing weekend in Shropshire’s most beautiful county town.

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Whitchurch

Alderford Lake

Beautiful lakeside cafe set in 47 acres of grounds. Serving delicious breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas seven days a week. Take in the stunning views as you walk around the lake or let the children play on the playground as you relax by the waters edge. Alderford Lake offers wild swimming, canoeing, paddleboarding, kayaking and […]

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