Shrewsbury Food Festival 2013 'Restaurant Safari' 29-30th June 2013

The Inn is one of 12 restaurants from Shrewsbury involved in the 'Restaurant Safari'. We will be offering two starters, two main courses (both of which include a vegetarian option) and two desserts. You can view our menu by clicking here.

The White Horse Farm

The Inn has started its own farm on a small holding at the back of the car park. We have 2 Gloucester Old Spot, Tamworth cross pigs and a ewe with a couple of Texel lambs.

The idea is to have home grown free range meat to use on our menu. The next step is to introduce chickens and ducks to the farm in the near future. Watch the progress of our farm animals on this page!

Church Stretton Rally April 2013

The Inn was the finishing point of this year's rally. Out of all the cars which entered this year's rally only 2 failed to reach the finishing point. The evening seemed to be a success, as drivers, co-drivers, marshalls and spectators all met up for drinks and refreshments, whilst the final points and times were calculated.

Easter Egg hunt

On Easter Sunday morning we held an Easter egg hunt for the children in the village. We had a good turn out, even with all the snow and the cold weather! Children were set the task to find as many eggs as they could around The Inn and then find and unravel the clues to find the big prize. Great fun was had by all, I'm not sure if we might need to set up an adults egg hunt for next year though!!

Things to do nearby Shropshire Hills

Book your stay at The White Horse Inn in the beautiful Shropshire countryside and you will have a truly relaxing vacation. Explore the natural wonders hidden in this area, hike on the majestic hills and have a picnic on the green grass. Play hide and seek in the castles and feel like a child again, far from the city’s hustle and bustle. Here are some of the best things you should do on the Shropshire Hills.

Come to Shropshire and lower stress levels

You will love Stokesay Castle even from the first time you will see it. Although it is a bit ruined, the castle has character and it overlooks a little lake that only emphasizes the charm of Stokesay Castle. Climb the narrow stairs leading up and enjoy the views from the top. If you want to know some interesting details about the rooms and furnishings within the castle, you must join a guided audio tour. Come here accompanied by a lovely lady from and you will have a truly mesmerising experience exploring the old chambers and uncovering its secrets.

Breathe in nature’s glory on the Shropshire Hills. It is actually one of the best reserved dazzling gems within England, considering the fact that it is the least populated county. Dramatic scenery, picturesque views and numerous outdoor activities will keep you enticed on these quiet lands. Wildlife abounds, so bring your camera and binoculars if you want to enjoy the moment. Yet keep in mind that weather can change suddenly. Pack some waterproof clothing and footwear to be certain that you will have a stress-free experience. Head to Bishop’s Castle and see the exhibits displayed in the two museums. Discover interesting things in the House on Crutches Museum and recall your childhood after seeing the old toys. Stop by the memorabilia from 1800s to 1970s and enjoy this snapshot of local life in the past together.

Remarkable adventure with your companion

Do not miss Ludlow, this charming town renowned as Shorpshire’s gastronomic capital. Visit Hergest Croft Gardens, pay a visit to Ludlow Castle, this stunning structure dating back to the 11th century and go for a delicious lunch in one of the popular restaurants and dining venues. Visit The Quarry in Shrewsbury, touch the plane models in Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford, and take a few pictures nearby the Iron Bridge and Tollhouse in Telford.

Venture in the gorgeous churches of the birthplace of Charles Darwin, Shrewsbury, and admire the renowned black and white buildings. Paddle a boat on the miniature Lakeland of Meres and Mosses located in the vicinity of Ellesmere, this pretty town in north Shropshire where you will be delighted by the Georgian buildings and medieval streets. Take a nostalgic 16 mile-trip on the steam railway, along River Severn and head back to The White Horse Inn just in time for dinner. Explore at least some of these entertaining activities and you will not get bored in the scenic Shropshire.

What's on this coming month:

August 2013

Sunday 11th August - The Inn's traditional Sunday Roast serving from 12-3pm. We serve a traditional roast with locally sourced Beef and our own home-reared Pork and seasonal vegetables, along with a fish dish and vegetarian option. There are also 4 starters and 4 desserts options available, with prices starting at £8.95. Booking is essential.