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Shropshire Food and Drink

Shropshire is renowned for its local food and the quality of our pubs, inns and restaurants. Take your pick, dining in Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, or Ludlow, to name a few.

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Shropshire is renowned for its local food and the quality of our pubs, inns and restaurants. Take your pick, dining in Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, or Ludlow, to name a few.

Church Farm Bed and Breakfast is only a 3 minute walk to Kemberton’s village pub.

Church Farm is also a 5-10 minute drive from several other good local pubs and restaurants in Shropshire including The Woodbridge Inn, situated on the banks of the River Severn, just a mile downstream from Ironbridge.

Shropshire is renowned for its local food and the quality of our pubs, inns and restaurants. Take your pick, dining in Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, or Ludlow, to name a few. The county also has more than its fair share of food shops and local independent butchers, bakers, delis and food markets. Perhaps it’s no wonder when you notice just how many fields and open spaces there are in Shropshire for growing and grazing local produce.

You could also time your stay with one of Shropshire’s many food and drink festivals, from Shrewsbury Food Festival in June to Ludlow Food Festival in September – and there’s plenty more in between.

For more places to eat and drink in Shropshire visit https://www.shropshirefoodanddrink.co.uk/

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