There are many eating opportunities within a short drive of Upper Buckton B&B. Whether you fancy a country pub, a busy town inn or a bit of fine dining, we can help you find somewhere suitable. Here are just a few recommendations
The Lion, Leintwardine
Attractively situated on the river at Leintwardine, The Lion offers decent food in a pleasant setting and is our closest pub.
Dogs are permitted in the bar.
We recommend booking.
01547 540203 www.thelionleintwardine.co.uk
The Riverside Inn, Aymestrey
The Riverside Inn at Aymestrey offers the best eating experience in the area bar none. The menu is consistently excellent and the chef inventive.
It is popular so you will need to book at least a week or more in advance, although they may be able to fit you in if you give them a call.
01568 708440 www.riversideaymestrey.co.uk
The Church Inn, Ludlow
The Church Inn in the centre of Ludlow, is a Grade II listed building which has the warmth and character one would expect from what was originally a 14th Century house. Open year-round, traditional and hearty British pub fare is served in pleasant contemporary surroundings. Its beer garden is situated in part of St Lawrence's churchyard to the rear.
01584 874034 www.thechurchinn.com
The Horse & Jockey, Knighton
The Horse & Jockey (£), just over the border into Wales, offers good pub staples at very reasonable prices. It is in the centre of the town & has a few outside tables.
Portions are usually large and service friendly.
01547 520062 www.thehorseandjockeyinn
The Fiddler's Elbow &
The Sun Inn, Leintwardine
Leintwardine's fish and chip shop cooks not only fish but also chicken, vegetarian and vegan food. You can't eat in but order your food online and you can take it to...
The Sun Inn next door, one of only eight alehouses left in the UK. It doesn't serve food but you can take your fish and chips there. Be sure to look into the old parlour on the left of the door, and the original public bar on the right. These rooms formed the original pub before the rear extension was built in 2010
Situated in this attractive town in the beautiful Clun valley, the White Horse is well-known for its good local food and beer.
This is a friendly pub with lots of character which will appeal to the keen beer drinker - the pub brews its own ale which is well worth sampling.
01588 640305 www.whi-clun.co.uk
The White Horse, Clun
The Three Tuns, Bishop's Castle
This historic pub and brewery, opened in 1642, has been cleverly enlarged but maintains the spirit of the original pub with a public bar, snug bar, lounge bar and an oak-framed, glass-sided dining room.
Great food, an extensive menu and four ales, brewed next door plus woodburners and cosy nooks make this pub a must visit.
Old Downton Lodge, Downton on the Rock
Offering a fine dining experience, This restaurant with rooms is consistently highly rated, offering innovative and exciting food in a delightful setting.
Although its prices reflect the quality of the food, setting and service, this is a good choice for a special occasion or a treat.