The Crown Country Inn

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The Crown Country Inn, Munslow

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A gourmets delight, chef-patron Richard Arnold has earned Michelin awards and is Shropshires only Masterchef of Great BritainThe Corvedale Restaurant, with its magnificent open fireplace, was, in C17, the local courtroom, sometimes presided over by the infamous Judge Jefferies.Wonderfully atmospheric, traditional bar with an abundance of exposed beams.Three comfortable bedrooms including a family room - all with wireless internet access We are central to many local attractions close by - Historic Ludlow and Shrewsbury ,Wenlock Edge and longmynd for walking.Severn Valley Railway,Ironbridge museums and Much Wenlock

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