Accomodation at the Stiperstones

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The Stiperstones Inn

Stiperstons Inn

There is always a warm welcome when you arrive and it is truly one of the last proper pubs left in the area, the bar was busy with plenty of atmosphere, not surprising as the beer is always well kept. We had a meal in one of the back rooms and we were more than satisfied with the food.The portions are always hearty and the desserts are homemade and to die for, while not being a restaurant menu it is certainly brilliant pub food.

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    This was booked for a cold and wet weekend in January but it was an excellent choice. The hot tub was a real attraction and the cottage had absolutely everything that was needed, even things not often found in other holiday rentals. Great owners who work nearby, making it easy to pick up the keys and would have been great if there had been any problems ... but there were none. Being able to walk to the pub was a real bonus and an excellent time was had by all!

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