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The Castle Hotel, Bishops Castle


7 Pepper Street

Whitchurch Shropshire SY13 1BG


in 1989, the Kanauros family brought Reuben stubbs bistro onto the food scene, with over 30 years of developing original flavours, the family business was handed over to the next generation of restaurateurs and Reubens bar & BBQ was born.

With A passion of deep smokey flavours found in American cooking, and the love of creating unique blends of herbs & spices, Reubens has become the ultimate comfort food.

Renowned for being masters of burgers, smoked meats, original sauces & family-style home-cooking, reubens bar & bbq has over the last few years expanded throughout the west of England.


At Pepper Street rooms we have 6 En-suite bedrooms. All rooms are situated on the first floor above Reubens Bar & BBQ. Our rooms have their own private access which allows remote check in and 24 hour access.

Prices starting from 

King Room £75

Twin Room £75

Family Room £100


Check in from 2pm 

Check out from 11am 

There is a public car park opposite the rooms which is £4 for the day and free over night from 6pm – 8am. Free on Sundays & Bank Holidays.


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