Little Stretton  
 

Green Dragon

Comfortable and popular country inn. Quiz night on Tuesdays. Pool table. Home cooked food served, good sized portions and very tasty. Bar and restaurant area. Nice little beer garden. Car park. Guest ales. Situated south of Church Stretton on the B4370. Tel - 01694 722925  Visited Oct 2009
Hook Norton Old Hooky
Wye Valley Butty Bach
Reader's comments - Has 5 real ales on. I've seen Shires, Ludlow, Bass, Wyre, Rowton Bitter and Wood's Parish there, the last two of which I'd give a score of 4/5. Keen prices too - Jan 2010
April 2010 - closed
Now open again under the same management. Two beers on at this time of the week, (Tuesday lunch) although later on it is three. Wye Valley Butty Bach, and Rowton 33 (for which I give 4 stars) - Aug 2010
The pub has been nicely refurbished recently with new owners. Two main areas inside, one for dining and a larger traditional village bar-lounge. Childrens play area outside now too, away from the road. Four real ales on when I was there: the Wye Valley Butty Bach was 4/5 whilst the Hooky Bitter was 3/5
    

Ragleth Inn

Freehouse. Traditional, pleasant out of the way country pub with a log burner in winter. Separate bar and lounge. Pretty beer garden. Food served at lunchtimes and evenings, and very tasty too. Car park. Tel - 01694 722711. Pub website  Visited Oct 2009
Green King IPA 
Hobsons Best Bitter
Ruddles County 
Readers comments - When I went earlier in December they had 2 Three Tuns ales and 1 Hobsons ale on. The Hobsons Best Bitter was a good pint, I'd give it a solid 4.5/5. A popular pub with good food served (book ahead for Sunday lunch!) as well as good ale. I think this place is worthy to be in the Good Beer Guide - Dec 2009
- A successful Tuesday lunchtime visit.. Three beers on, Hobsons Best, Greene King IPA (score 4 star) and Ruddles County - Aug 2010