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Sun Inn, Leintwardine - pub details

Sun Inn
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Address: Rosemary Lane, Leintwardine, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7 0LP [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Hopton Heath (2.9 miles), Bucknell (3.7 miles), Broome (5.2 miles)

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Lion Hotel, Leintwardine (0.1 miles)


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As others have said it is a well preserved parlour pub with the front two rooms untouched by time. Extension out the back is nice and light with a beer garden next door. Hobsons on tap plus Titanic Iceberg and Titanic Stout. Food was very reasonably priced and tasty - good old fashioned home cooking - and barmaid/landlady was lovely.
mikey64 - 19 Apr 2015 16:51
Wonderfully preserved parlour pub, tastefully extended with a back room and bar. Great guest beers and wonderful local still cider. Excellent.
MarkVP - 30 Jun 2014 09:56
Cracking heritage parlour pub and so very different from the nearby Lion. Not for the first time, we sat in the front brick-floored room and the guest Three Tuns Stout was in fine condition.
paul_d102 - 12 Jan 2014 19:03
Now the only proper pub in the area, as the Lion is just a fancy restaurant. Good beer and a choice of either the old rooms at the front or the new large room at the back (where the bar is). Garden area too. Located just off the main road through Leintwardine - take the lane opposite the Lion, and it will be on your left by the fish & chips outlet (you can order food from there in the pub and eat them in one of the front rooms). Well worth seeking out.
dpaajones - 16 Nov 2013 15:50
Wonderful old place with beautifully-preserved parlour staffed by enthusiastic, knowledgeable owner. Gorgeous day so sat in the rear extension (does anyone else agree with me that real doesn't taste the same outdoors?), which feels like it's in a completely different pub but not in a bad way. It's light, airy and conducive both to intimate conversation and group revelry. Driving so, unfortunately, could only stay for one - an excellent pint of Hobson's Mild. Very sad to leave without soaking up more of the beer and ambience. Hope to return without the car.
Kenny260556 - 6 Jul 2013 22:56

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