The White Horse Inn

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The White Horse Inn, Shrewsbury

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A 15th century grade II listed country inn in the beautiful Shropshire countryside. Situated within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just south of Shrewsbury and near to the Long Mynd and The Stiperstones. All rooms have been recently refurbished with newly installed en-suites and this is an excellent base for walking and cycling providing a welcome return at the end of a long day's excursions! Open for meals and drinks Tuesday-Sunday lunch and evening.

Dogs are welcomed for an 8 pound surcharge. Please note - payments taken remotely from businesses cards will incur an additional charge of 1.50.

 3 star rating

From: £54.00

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