Baron at Bucknell

Name changed from The Baron of Beef. This is a large stone country pub and restaurant with a big car park to match. Food served. There is a bar and restaurant area on the ground and first floors. Pool table. Live music and events. Guest ales Booking is advisable for the Sunday carvery. Situated on the B4367 west of Ludlow close to the Herefordshire border. Tel - 01547 530549  Visited May 2011  Pub website
Hobsons Bitter
Wye Valley HPA 
Readers comments -Visited on a Friday night. Note the change of name. Quite a posh and spacious pub for a South Shropshire village. A conservatory has been added in recent years and a renovation of the lounge has just been completed. I liked the Cider Mill restaurant with its  cider press as a central feature. Three beers on, two Wye Valley and Hobsons Bitter. (3 star) - May 2011

Sitwell Arms

Freehouse. The pub sign was missing the day we visited - and since then we hear the pub has been refurbished. Food served. Car park. Beer garden and kiddies play area. Benches and flowers at the front of the pub. Situated on the B4367 close to the Herefordshire border. Tel - 01547 530213. Visited Oct 2002
Beer details to be added 
Readers comments - This pub has recentky been tastefully refurbished. Still feels like a proper country oub with various rooms around a central bar area. Nice log burners scattered about. Remains a drinkerts pub rather than a gastropub. Only two real ales on though, neither local - Jan 2014

A fairly ordinary country pub, near the railway station, that serves food. Bar room (with pool table) and separate lounge/dining area. Two real ales on when I was there: the Wye Valley Bitter was good, a 4/5. Well worth a visit if passing by - Aug 2012