Places to go out & eat & drink in Craven Arms
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Craven Arms

Places to eat & drink in Craven Arms.

There’s a good reason why this small town near Shropshire’s ‘Secret Hills’ sounds like it was named after an English pub. It was. The pub and a hotel were opened in the early part of the 19th century by Lord Craven. A town developed around it once the area joined the railway boom.

Today Craven Arms is the perfect place from which to explore the local countryside. First stop is the nearby Secret Hills Discovery Centre housed in a building which has a roof made from 70 tons of grass. Among its exhibits is the skeleton of an Ice Age mammoth.

Close to the town is the glorious Stokesay Castle, possibly Britain’s finest fortified manor house from the 13th century. Built by a rich medieval merchant to impress the local bigwigs, it is now run by English Heritage.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Craven Arms or surrounding areas.

Places to eat & drink in Craven Arms...

Abcott, Clungunford, Craven Arms, Shropshire, SY7 0PX
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Return to a bygone age and relax in our comfortable and friendly surroundings within Rocke Cottage Tearoom. Light lunches and homemade soups, all complimented with an extensive selection of fine tea and coffees.

We offer local produce prepared freshly on the premises, and our cosy atmosphere and friendly service in this picturesque cottage makes for a memorable visit. Enjoy a relaxing walk amidst the tranquil setting of our garden.

Please be aware that booking may be necessary, as we are often busy. No credit or debt cards accepted. Open Wed-Sun from 10-5 including Bank Holidays. Last service is at 4.30 pm. Closed Christmas and January. Top Tea Place - awarded by the UK tea guild!
Tel: 01588 660631
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