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Boot Inn, Orleton - pub details

Boot Inn

Address: Orleton, Ludlow, Herefordshire, SY8 4HN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34637) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 8.5/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Bakers Arms, Orleton (0.4 miles), Salwey Arms, Woofferton (1.9 miles)

user reviews of Boot Inn, Orleton

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Now under community ownership and the locals must have embraced this as Saturday evening was very busy. Excellent food and Hobsons Twisted Spire (£3.30 a pint). The only slight criticism was the preference to take drinks orders at the bar (leaving the table service for food) - this might be OK in a larger pub but probably shouldn't be encouraged in places like this at the moment as the inevitable queue soon formed due to there simply not being enough space to keep socially distanced.
paul_d102 - 10 Aug 2020 19:10
Nice small 16th century pub full of character. Good home cooked food at reasonable prices.

Local ale from Hobsons and Wye Valley. Great ale festival every year in July.

Worth finding.
FrancisDrake68 - 14 Oct 2014 02:12
Fairly small and characterful village pub with a good choice of quality ales and real ciders (and a perry). Food is not a bargain but prices are reasonable as you are paying for consistency and no little skill from the kitchen. Efficient service and a pleasing mix of customers, with drinkers not being pushed out by diners.
richythemole - 5 Aug 2013 07:32
Having walked the first leg of the Mortimer Trail yesterday, we spent an hour here before catching the 5.09pm bus back to Ludlow. A quintessential 17th century Grade II listed black-and-white timber framed country pub with a bar area with quarry-tiled floor and large open fire and, going up two steps, more tables in a carpeted dining area (although it is no way a formal restaurant). Butty Bach was 2.95 with Hobsons Best and Six Bells "Big Nev's" at 2.80, pub is rightfully in the GBG. We had Sunday lunch here last year although did not stay for food this time but would recommend the menu on the strength of our previous visit. Open until 3pm weekdays and all day at the weekend.
paul_d102 - 21 Oct 2012 14:10
Went here over bank holiday weekend - great atmosphere, good staff and a good range of beer. They do reasonably priced food that a lot of peoplpe seemed to be enjoying. Well worth seeking out!
notion - 4 May 2011 19:51

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