Pubs and Restaurants
The Castle Inn
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The Oak Wigmore
The Oak Wigmore is a beautifully restored 16th Century coaching inn, previously Ye Olde Oak. It’s now open, offering a fresh, seasonal menu and a selection of local beers and ciders. The ambience and decor are designed to provide an exceptionally comfortable ‘home from home’ environment.
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A little further afield…
The Riverside Inn at Aymestrey ~ Popular with its local produce and herbs from the kitchen garden. For more details click on their logo.
The Lion at Leintwardine ~ Popular venue and host to the annual beer and music festival “LionStock”. For more details click on their logo.
The Grange at Mortimers Cross ~ For something different, visit The Grange, with a Cafe, Farmshop, antiques and other features. For more details click on their logo.
The Corners Inn at Kingsland ~ The Restaurant is situated in the oldest part of the building, the exposed beams lending it an ambiance of great character – the perfect place to enjoy a candlelit dinner. For more details click on their logo.
The Stagg Inn at Titley ~ Serving the best of local produce, The Stagg Inn has won numerous awards for its food and drink and has been favourably reviewed by some of the country’s top food critics. For more details click on their logo.
The Sun Inn at Leintwardine ~ one of the last remaining traditional parlour pubs in the UK. A long-standing entry in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. For more details click on their logo.
The Angel at Kingsland ~ a traditional 16th Century Black and White pub offering well-kept regional real ales, fine wine and excellent home-made food from locally sourced producers and suppliers. For more details click on their logo.