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 Mediterranean, North African- and Asian-inspired options. The charcuterie plate is the perfect start to a memorable dinner, offering a selection comprising cured meats, chicken liver pâté, Shropshire Blue fritters, olives, apricot and carrot 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.