Boars Head Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Church Street
Bishops Castle
Shropshire
England
SY9 5AE

Boars Head Hotel, Bishops Castle

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16th Century Coaching Inn locally owned and run by Darren & Stuart Free house serving award winning real ales good quality wines and home cooked food all day every day! Relax by our log fire and enjoy hospitality as it should be! If your staying in one of our rooms then you will find them convenient and comfortable in a converted 17th Century barn with facilities such as iPod docking station tea & Coffee Rain head showers full size baths flat screen TV DVD player Iron & Ironing Board Wi-Fi all adjacent to the pub so you can enjoy your own front door come and go as you please.

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Known as the mistress of Edward III



28 May, 1265

Prince Edward escapes from Simon de Montfort's custody

Edward, later Edward I, joins the Earl of Gloucester and Roger Mortimer in opposition to de Montfort

This king erected memorials to mark places where his beloved wife's body rested on her final journey to burial in London




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