Lowfield Inn

Built in 2008, this new pub replaced an old thatched pub of the same name. Impressive oak window frames.  Open plan with a wood burning stove in a huge inglenook. Four real ales were on offer, but we thought they were served a bit on the cold side. Food served - tasty but not cheap. Accommodation. Car park. Beer garden. Tel - 01743 891313. Visited Jan 2013.  Pub website
Gwynt y Ddraig Fiery Fox
Monty's MPA
Six Bells Ow Do
Woods Shropshire Lad 
Readers comment - The old pub has been demolished but a new pub is to built about 100 yards away. Demolished to make room for timber yard. Shame had a lovely thatched roof. Hopefully the replacement when built will be nice but somehow I doubt it - Jun 2007
New pub has already been built in record time. Outside all done. Nice building but not a patch on the original - Aug 2007

Sun Inn

Freehouse. Opposite the village shop on the B4386 Shrewsbury to Montgomery road. This pub has a massive fire place but no fire. Bar and lounge. Food served. The single real ale was a tasty drop of Hobsons Best - nicely bitter! Car park. Tel - 01938 561211. Visited Apr 2013  Pub website
Hobsons Bitter  
Readers comments:
My friends and I have eaten there many times over the last few months, and have always enjoyed a fine meal, all home made and with the finest ingredients. I thoroughly recommend the Sun Inn for its excellent restaurant, with reasonable prices for the high quality produce served.

The Hobsons real ale is my choice. The pool table and dart board have gone, so the ambience in the bar is a great deal more refined, except when the dominoes team is in session (usually Tuesday nights), and during the monthly charity quiz night (1st Sunday of the month) which is a lively event, held when the restaurant is closed. Cheers Jim

Sells two real ales - Hobsons Bitter and Hobsons Mild (rare local outlet for Mild). Jonathan