The Lion o' Morfe
just off the A458
follow Claverley signs
WV15 5PS
(01746) 710678.


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The Lion o' Morfe  

The Lion is situated between Bridgenorth and the village of Claverley in Shropshire. The name comes from the manor of Morf(e), mentioned in the Domesday book. Welsh in origin, it is derived from the word Morfa, a marsh. The pub, a small Georgian farmhouse, has a small public bar on the right as you enter. You don't get flooring here and the seats are benches. The lounge however is longer and split level - mind the step. The small bar area can get busy in the evenings, but this is not a busy pub as it is so far from anywhere and not easy to find. In winter there is a real fire to warm your wind swept cockles and the lack of a jukebox makes life more pleasant. They have Bass and Bank's on (it's a Bank's pub), but there is also a single guest ale on from Wednesday's. On this occasion it was Woods Shropshire Lad. Beer is served in oversized glasses. The food available is good quality and the portions are enough for the hungriest. The menu is available both lunchtimes and evenings Monday - Thursday and only lunchtimes Friday - Saturday. For those who hate smoke with their food there is a non-smoking, heated conservatory with rattan chairs and tables and hot house plants. Live music, jazz, folk or comedy on every second Thursday of the month. It also has a games room where boules is played.



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