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Shropshire Food and Drink

No other county can compete with the quality and diversity of our local produce. Just look at the many markets, laden with fresh fruit and veg; or the butchers, the bakers, the delicatessens on almost every corner. You'll soon see why Shropshire is a gourmets idea of heaven.

All this bounty has had an interesting effect on the local restaurants. Ludlow has been described as "a little bit of France near the Welsh border" and you can see why.

Shropshire is renowned for its real ale and leads the way in the "home brew" revival. Real ale inns and micro-breweries including the Three Tuns at Bishops Castle which has been happily brewing since 1642 and now has a history of beer and brewing museum available to visit.

Shropshire to go - fill your fooddrink basket with wines from Tanners in Shrewsbury (Central England Wine Merchant of the Year for the 6th year running) or from the Wroxeter Roman Vineyard. Home smoked bacon from Maynards, Organic food from Pimhill, Market Drayton Gingerbread (- the locals prefer to dunk it in port), Quails eggs, local cheeses and real dairy ice-cream.


Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

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  • School Road
  • Craven Arms
  • Shropshire
  • SY7 9RS

Description:

Get up close and personal to Shropshire’s larger than life mammoth and step back into the Iron Age. If you're looking for somewhere to take the kids or grandkids during the summer holidays we have several family events to keep children and adults amused and entertained.

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Phone: 01588 676060

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The Halfway House Inn

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  • Cleobury Mortimer Road
  • Bridgnorth
  • Shropshire
  • WV16 5LS

Description:

A traditional 16th Century Coaching Inn in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, under 2 miles from the historic town of Bridgnorth. We specialise in short breaks and activity and sporting holidays.

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Phone: 01746 762670

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The Wynnstay Hotel and Spa

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  • Church Street
  • Oswestry
  • Shropshire
  • SY11 2SZ

Description:

This former Georgian posting inn, dating from 1727, has 34 deluxe bedrooms, and a purpose built conference and banqueting suite.

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Phone: 01691 655261

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Best Western Valley Hotel

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  • Buildwas Road
  • Ironbridge
  • Telford
  • Shropshire
  • TF8 7DW

Description:

44 Ensuite bedrooms including 4 poster and queen size beds. 2 Rosette awarded restaurant. Function room. Licensed for civil ceremonies .Traditional bars. Free parking and within walking distance of Ironbridge Gorge museums.

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Phone: 01952 432247

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Saracens at Hadnall

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  • Shrewsbury Road
  • Hadnall
  • Shrewsbury
  • Shropshire
  • SY4 4AG

Description:

Saracens is an 18th Century Coaching Inn - and now an excellent restaurant with 5 comfortable guestrooms. All rooms have goose-down duvets. Egyptian Cotton bed linen, TV & refreshments.

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Phone: 01939 210877

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Apley Farm Shop, Cafe & Playbarn

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  • Bridgnorth Rd
  • Norton
  • Shropshire
  • TF11 9EF

Description:

At Apley Farm Shop we want you to be passionate about local food. Using quality ingredients from our own estate & unearthing the finest foods our community of local farmers & producers have to offer, we give you the opportunity to taste, discover & enjoy the finest foods from our region.

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Phone: 01952 581002

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