Open all day
This is a former coaching inn situated in High Town just past the arched gate into the main street past the courthouse in the middle of the road. At present the signage is down but should be up by the time any of you go. An unimposing house from the outside, inside there is a wide entrance hall to the bars, though no signs as to which bar is which (lounge is on the right).
A single central bar (with flock wallpaper) serves the two rooms. Cottage style beams inside the lounge bar are low but stylistic additions. Old pictures of Bridgnorth adorn the walls. The wooden bar has 5 hand pumps - all working. On at the time were: Bathams Best, Greene King Abbott, Theakston's XB. Seating is on wooden tables and chairs(with arms) and tapestry cushions, some pews also. Heating is via electric storage/wall heaters.
The toilets are out back in an extension and are clean and white. Food is served here at lunchtimes only (not sun).
It is exceptionally good values and quality. They do gourmet evenings (Thursdays, though call to check) though it's best to book.
Disabled access is good, though there is a step to the toilets from the pub.
A beer garden out back is walled and pleasant in the summer sun.
Accommodation is available from £50. Camping is available nearby.
Open at different times during the week so ring to check first.
3 Whitburn St
Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 4QN
Serves Bridgnorth Brewery ales
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Greene King Abbott