Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
Nestled in the rolling hills of Shropshire, The Combermere Arms is a charming pub providing the perfect setting for a day in the beautiful countryside. Built during King Henry VIII's reign, the building incorporates its history and heritage into the whole dining experience. The traditional country inn is a quirky mixture of open plan rooms and hidden alcoves. The walls are adorned with old newspaper articles, intriguing ornaments, decorative mirrors, and landscapes of the surrounding area. On a glorious summer's day however you might prefer to dine al fresco out on the restaurant patio with a view of the flowering garden. The Combermere Arms has a menu to please all palates, featuring a variety of fish, meat and vegetarian options. British cuisine is creatively prepared and presented at The Combermere Arms, where you will find many familiar favourites amongst some Asian-inspired options too. The charcuterie plate is the perfect start to a memorable dinner, offering a selection comprising smoked duck, cured meats, chicken liver pâté, tomato hummus, chutney and granary toast. Enjoy the excellent food, appreciate the unique decor, and then head out on a picturesque country walk, with your dog in tow.