About The Bear
Here at The Bear, the focus is our food.
Nestling in the Shropshire countryside, this country inn is nothing if not relaxing. All the classic ingredients are here- old beams, roaring fires, a casual mix-and-match of pine and oak furniture, real ale, Greg's hand-chosen 'rectory red' walls and good food. The latter being seriously good.
Head Chef ThierryDeliege and his team are responsible for a menu that includes everything a country pub should, alongside more inventive cuisine
During the winter months you can enjoy cosy meals around the four log burners sat in various rooms, surrounded by exposed wooden beams. Whilst in the Summer you can dine in our garden, sat amongst the herbs that we use in our kitchen and admire the beautiful Shropshire country-side.
Not wanting to be shown up by our food, our beer and wine list is equally tantilising. We choose a variety of cask ales, both well-known (Timothy Taylors anyone?) and new, to guest our hand-pulls. Some wine is chosen to perfectly compliment the food, others are stand-alone classics, including 14 sold by the glass.
But we also have bedrooms...
Upstairs are seven letting rooms for single to family occupancy where guests can enjoy a good nights sleep and a traditional, all you can eat breakfast in the morning, complete with the daily papers. Our rooms have now had a major floor to ceiling refurbishment including new bathrooms and furniture to make your stay even more enjoyable.
We also have a large 16th Century function room that can accommodate up to 100 people in comfort, which provides a stage and dance floor, and its own bar enabling you to enjoy any occasion in exclusivity.
Great Pub, Great Location
We were new to the area and stayed 3 nights, we had no frame of reference, so this was a random choice based on the location. No regrets at all. The pub is set in a picturesque village within easy reach of many attractions and places of interest
Thee rooms have obviously been recently refurbished and were clean and comfortable with fresh towels daily- Norfolk Commoner