All Stretton   
  

Yew Tree Inn

Freehouse. Traditional village pub with lots of beams and a tasty drop of real ale. Food served - popular with diners. Collection of animal skulls, rabbit head and rams horns. Horse brasses and plaques adorn the walls. Car park. Coffee served. Situated one mile north of Church Stretton on the B4370. Tel 01694 722228. Visited May 2011
Bass
Hobsons Best Bitter
Reader's comments - Paul always does a good pint, especially of Old Rosie when he has it on!  Has got a dart board in the bar but no pool table but dominoes is played there every other Thursday night and they also have the Landrover enthusiasts taking about there recents buys and off roading adventures every Thursday night - Feb 2009
Two-roomed pub (one on either side of the bar area) which serves a range of food. Two Hobsons ales and a Bass ale on; the Hobsons Best Bitter was good, though a little cool - Log fires roaring away; pub cat walking on the bar - Dec 2009
Visited on a Wednesday evening. I hadn't been in here for maybe 40 years, but I was impressed. I saw it as described, and the beer really was good. I had Bass and Hobsons Bitter (the only two on) for which I feel moved to give a rare 4 star. A dog walking its owner would have plenty of company in the bar! May 2011