The area around the Old Hall is home to a delightful selection of independent restaurants, country pubs and chain restaurants that offer a choice of dining options, with many just a few minutes drive away.
What could be better than enjoying a delicious meal in an historic inn, cosy tearoom or an upscale contemporary restaurant? There are also a variety of dog-friendly pubs and restaurants further afield around Shrewsbury to suit all tastes.
Places to eat near Old Hall
Walk or drive, here are some of our recommendations for places to eat and drink near The Old Hall:
The Mill (SY5 6RN - 01952 443559) − Reached by a leisurely 30-minute walk from the Old Hall, The Mill is a recently refurbished, family-friendly pub serving locally sourced produce.
Riverside Inn (SY5 6AF - 01743 296613) – Our closest pub and restaurant, only a mile away in Cound, the dog-friendly Riverside Inn is a beautiful Grade II listed building with views of the River Severn, serving a varied menu.
The George and Dragon (TF13 6AA - 01952 727009) − Dog-friendly pub in Much Wenlock near Shrewsbury serving pub grub and real ales.
The Talbot Inn ( TF13 6AA - 01952 727077) – Friendly inn serving classic pub grub.
The Huntsman of Little Wenlock (TF6 5BE - 01952 503300) – A picturesque restaurant and bar serving tempting dishes and ales.
The Raven (TF13 6EN - 01952 727251) − A former coaching inn, The Raven is a more upscale dining establishment with two AA Rosette Awards and has both informal and formal dining rooms.
The Woodbridge Inn (TF8 7JF - 01952 882054) − Situated on the banks of River Severn at Coalport and a 10-mile drive away from the Old Hall, the Woodbridge offers both indoor and outdoor dining and serves good-quality food all day.
If you're lucky enough to stay at Old Hall over a weekend, Band of Bakers is a real treat on a Saturday morning. Right next door to us, you can pick up freshly baked bread and cakes to take away or enjoy with a freshly brewed cup of coffee in the courtyard.
Best places to eat in Shrewsbury
A short drive away, you'll find the county town of Shrewsbury with a wide range of places to eat, including independent restaurants, bars and pubs.
Some of our recommendations for places to eat in and near Shrewsbury include:
The Haughmond (SY4 4TZ - 01743 709918) – A few miles from Shrewsbury, in the heart of Shropshire, the Haughmond has three AA rosettes and a simple yet expertly crafted menu.
Rhubarb at The Drapers Hall (SY1 1DZ - 01743 341105) – Serves an eclectic mix of locally sourced food from small independent producers and is set in the beautiful Drapers' Guildhall dating back to 1576. It is open for lunch, dinner and Sunday lunch.
The Walrus (SY1 1PQ - 01743 240005) − The chef and owner has Michelin star experience and serves inventive, locally sourced delicate dishes in the modern restaurant.
Ernest & Co (SY1 1XJ - 01743 770345) – A wine bar with a great atmosphere. It offers a good selection of wines, cocktails, specialist beers and small plates of cheese, charcuterie and nibbles.
We are happy to suggest more dog-friendly pubs and restaurants near Shrewsbury as well as cafes and tearooms; just ask!
We recommend phoning the pubs and restaurants ahead of time to check availability and opening times to avoid disappointment.
Contact us for more information and to book a room.