I received a friendly welcome upon arrival and was shown up to my room. The rooms are comfortable and relaxing enough, a slight noise can be heard from the bar but otherwise very peaceful. The food was an absolute delight! I enjoyed a certain dish so much i had to have it a second time.
My only negative comment would be the breakfast, its a shame that they don't provide a cooked breakfast.
All in all a great pub with nice accommodation, I will definitely be stopping there again.
Simo from N.Wales
Situated in Shrewsbury, this inn is in the same area as Greenhous Meadow, Shrewsbury Abbey, and St. Mary's Church. Regional …More
We had a relaxing mini break, staying two nights. Great breakfast and the children played in the field at the back of the property. The owners were relaxed about us playing football there. We had a lovely, clean family room.
Eleanor from Lichfield
Situated in Shrewsbury, this bed & breakfast is in the same region as Powis Castle, Greenhous Meadow, and St. Mary's Church …More
Michelin star food ! Food and drink a little pricey though. Staff very friendly. Rooms modern and comfortable with nice homely extras. The rooms felt like you were staying in a nice home rather than a hotel. Great location.
Richard from shropshire
Situated in Shrewsbury, this hotel is close to Greenhous Meadow. Area attractions also include Shrewsbury Abbey and St …More
"A country Inn bed and breakfast at its very best"
The Stiperstones Inn sits in some stunning Shropshire countryside. It's a solid, old fashioned looking Freehouse that provides a relaxed stay in three thoughtfully decorated ensuite rooms. We were there only a night, but it is the type of place that would easily become a default choice.
The pub offers a wide ranging and extremely enjoyable food menu, that covers most special dietary requirements (and, if yours isn't mentioned, they'll most probably be able to provide it anyway!). The options range from salads to generously portioned main meals, followed by delicious puddings - including whinberries.
However, the well thought out breakfasts were the highlight for us. The Inn offers fresh fruit, cereals/muesli, yogurt and dried fruits followed by a full freshly cooked English breakfast, juice, toast and tea or coffee. Just the thing to set you up for a day exploring the lovely countryside around the Inn.
The bedroom was clean, with sweet smelling, freshly laundered bedlinen, amazing pillows and one of the most comfortable mattresses we've ever slept on. The height of the bed was great, and the duvet weight was just right.
The Landlord and staff seem genuinely interested in making your stay just right, and nothing seems to be too much trouble.
There are homemade jams on sale in the pub, made by the Landlord, and really rather delicious!
Ieish from Surrey, UK
Situated in a national park, this inn is in the same region as Powis Castle, Greenhous Meadow, and St. Mary's Church …More
The room was cosy and comfy and the breakfast was outstanding esp the corned beef hash. The only disappointment for me was that the shower pressure was so low it took forever to have a shower and wash my hair.
This bed & breakfast is located in Shrewsbury (Ruyton XI Towns), where regional attractions include Shrewsbury Castle, St …More