The two inns
Built in 1719 on the site of the ancient castle ruins at the top
of town, the
Castle Hotel enjoys glorious views across roof-tops to
wooded hills from its beautiful garden, the place to be on warm
summer days. More informal inn than hotel, the Castle is a relaxing
and comfortable base for exploring the Welsh Borders, the Long Mynd
and Ludlow, attracting both the walking and cycling fraternities
The original charm and character of the Georgian building have
been retained throughout the three unspoilt bars and panelled
dining room - expect large windows, old cushioned settles, blazing
winter log fires, and rugs on wooden floors.
Originally a Victorian schoolhouse with steep gables and a bell
Cholmondeley Arms stands close to the entrance to
Cholmondeley Castle in rural Cheshire. The inn retains its old
school atmosphere with high-roofed halls, large windows and huge
radiators - yet a recent restoration has brought it into the 21st
century with gin tasting classes, a monthly pub quiz and its very
own Car Club.
The interior is tastefully decorated with colourful rugs on
plank floors, old dining tables topped with fresh flowers and
candles and shelves groaning with gin bottles. It's no wonder that
the place draws an appreciative crowd for its lively vibe, great
staff, amazing drinks selection (over 400 gins) and modern British
More of what we love
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of our inns, helping you to get more out of your break. We know how
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to the very best of Britain.
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Offer available Sunday-Thursday until the 31st March 2021,
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