Pubs in and around the Shropshire Hills
With a host of excellent regional brewers such as Ludlow Brewery and Hobsons, as well as numerous excellent pubs in the towns and countryside there you will never need to go to far to find some excellent food and drink served in beautiful surroundings. If you’re looking for pubs in Ludlow please see our separate section.
Pubs close to Sutton Court Farm Holiday Cottages Shropshire
The Swan Aston Munslow Shropshire - The Swan Inn, Aston Munslow is the other pub on the 3 Castles Walk, the Swan is on the opposite side of Corvedale from Sutton Court Farm. Great selection of beer and a good restaurant. This pub is very popular at weekends so book well ahead. Tally Ho Pub Shropshire - The Tally Ho is a lovely, cosy pub is situated in the picturesque village of Bouldon overlooking Corvedale towards Wenlock Edge is a short drive from Sutton Court Farm. Good food and a selection of local beers including Ludlow Gold from the Ludlow Brewery. This is one of 2 pubs on the 3 Castles Walk.
Pubs around Ludlow, South Shropshire and North Herefordshire.
Riverside Aymestry Herefordshire - The Riverside Aymestry is a few miles south of Ludlow. This great country pub on the banks of the River Lugg in Herefordshire, the Riverside is housed in a ‘black and white’ Tudor half timbered former coaching inn. The Chef Patron Andrew Link serves ‘traditional fare with a modern twist’. Recommended. Visit their website. Read … Oak Pub Wigmore - The Oak, Wigmore, Herefordshire has recently taken aboard a new chef in the form of Ian Pugh, who cut his teeth at the former Michelin starred restaurant Mr Underhills in Ludlow. The menu makes full use of the fantastic local produce from the surrounding area. Lunches are from Thurdsay to Saturday, Dinners from Wednesday to … Three Tuns, Bishops Castle, Shropshire. - The Three Tuns, Bishops Castle is a legendary pub and brewery that has been in operation since 1642, and is by some reckoning the oldest working brewery in the UK. The pub and restaurant serves ‘modern eclectic cuisine’. Check out the ales brewed on site including Clerics Cure and XXX. Visit the website here.
Brewerys Around Shropshire and Beyond
Old Fekkas Cider - Old Fekkas cider is brewed just a stones through from Sutton Court Farm using apples grown on site in the Corvedale a few miles from Ludlow. Choose from Woodys, Fruit Blush or Maiden Over, you won’t get a more authentic cider. Available at the Ludlow Farm Shop or to order direct. They can also be … Teme Valley Brewery - Teme Valley Brewery is another example of the upsurge in craft brewing in the region over the last 20 years is this brewery based at the Talbot Inn in Knightwick, Worcestershire. All the hops used to brew the beer is grown in Worcestershire and Herefordshire. Beers include the excellently named and otherwise excellent This, That … Hobsons Brewery - Hobsons Brewery is based in Cleobury Mortimer Hobsons and is one of the biggest of the independent Shropshire brewers. Beers include Twisted Spire, Old Prickly and Postman’s Knock. They Also brew Oldfields Cider. Hobsons is available at Harry Tuffins supermarket in Craven Arms as well as Majestic Wine in Ludlow. http://www.hobsons-brewery.co.uk Ludlow Brewery - Started in 2006 by Gary and Alison Walters, the Ludlow Brewery has fast established itself as one of the regions top beer makers. Situated in a renovated railway shed, the brewery has a fantastic open space where you can sit and drink in full view of the mash tuns. As well as serving their own …