Craven Arms   
 

Craven Arms Hotel

Freehouse. A hotel which also has a couple of bars. Only one seems to have the real ale on handpulls.    Food served. Accommodation. Car park. The Woods was very tasty. Situated just off the A49. Tel - 01588 673331. Visited 2003
Shropshire Gold   
Readers comments - Shropshire Gold score 3.5 out of 5, also on Woods Parish - by far the most lively of the three pubs in the town on Friday when we visited - Aug 2010
  

Stables Inn

Freehouse. Friendly basic local with three real ales.  Situated on Dale Street near the cattle market. The Woods Parish Bitter was on special offer and the pub was carrying out a customer survey to see whether it should replace the banks's or Worthingtons. Tel - 01588 672583. Visited May 2000 and June 2003
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Hobsons Mild 
Stones Bitter 
Readers comments - Hobsons Best Bitter - 7/10 (something not quite right) - Jan 2009
- reasonably quiet for a Friday evening- Hobsons Best Bitter  score : 2.5 out of 5, also on Stones Bitter, with Hobsons Mild at times - Aug 2010
   

Stokesay Castle Hotel

Freehouse. Also a hotel. Food served. Accommodation. Comfortable surroundings and lots of wooden panelling. The stained glass windows are quite a feature. Car park. Situated just off the A49. A small brook runs past the front door. Visited Oct 2002  Pub website
Three Tuns XXX
Wye Valley Butty Bach 
Readers comments - Quite lively. Three Tuns XXX score 3 out of 5, also on Butty Bach - Aug 2010