Anchor Inn

Freehouse. This is the most westerly pub in Shropshire and at 386m (that's 1,266 ft) above sea level it's also the highest in Shropshire now that the Kremlin on Clee Hill has closed. The pub is  surrounded by lovely countryside and it's a bit like a barn with a bar at one end, but the pub has an honest feel to it. The real ale prices are keen, and the beer is well kept. Inside there is a pool table and outside a car park. Situated on the B4368 not far from the Powys boundary. Visited May 2011
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Readers comments - Visited on a quiet Wed evening - but an excellent welcome from the Landlord, and a roaring log fire (its cold up there!) Big Nevs and Hobsons on handpull with at least 3 star quality - Oct 2010
- Wednesday night visit did not disappoint! Two beers on, Hobsons Bitter and Big Nev's. (3.5 star) Atmospheric sort of place and unique in west Shropshire in my book - May 2011
- Two real ales on Hobsons Best and Six Bells Big Nevs, Hobsons was 3.5 out of 5. The pub was quite busy and even had some Spanish visitors. Great country community pub -  Mar 2013