Crown Inn

Pleasant country pub with well kept real ales, including a guest ale. The Hobsons was smooth and tasty, as usual. Food served. Pool room. Bar and restaurant area. Loads of hops on the beams. Situated in the Clun Valley on the B4368.  Tel - 01588 660265.  Visited Oct 2008 as part of the Clun Valley Beer Festival  Pub website
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Stonehouse Station Bitter
Readers comments - This community owned pub was closed for a while in 2008 whilst they found a new landlord
- Three-roomed pub (a general bar at the front, a games room to the rear and a restaurant room to the side) with good food served. Had the Stonehouse Station Bitter which was a good pint
star4.gif (397 bytes)and there was also Hobsons Bitter available - May 2010
- Visited at the end of a ‘gruelling’ Wednesday evening trip! Friendly atmosphere -  3 beers on: Kinver Light Railway, Hobsons Bitter & Stonehouse Station Bitter. Hobsons was very good - 3.5 out of 5 but without a shadow of a doubt the Station bitter was excellent 4.5 out of 5 – all the group were impressed (excluding the driver, who was on soft drinks) The landlord sure knows his stuff! - Oct 2010
- Visited on a Friday night and it didn’t disappoint!  Three beers on which included my yardstick Station Bitter. Still an excellent 4 star. Apart from that, all was much as the previous visit - May 2011
Busy village pub with local ales on. Pool table and darts board in the back room. The Stonehouse Station Bitter was a 4/5 and the Six Bells Revelry (their Christmas ale) was 4.5 out of 5. It's nice knowing that the pub is owned by the local community too - Dec 2011.