Food & Drink in Leintwardine
The Sun Inn
Tel: 01547 540705
The Sun Inn at Leintwardine is one of "Britain's true heritage pubs" and listed in CAMRA National Inventory of Historical Pubs. As featured on BBC breakfast time, BBC1 Country Tracks, Radio 4, numerous national newspapers including the Times, Telegraph and Mail.
Ideal for walkers and dog friendly.
A classic example of a Parlour Pub and listed as an historic Grade II building, essentially a village pub with a Victorian garden. Locally brewed real ales and cider.
The front rooms remain unaltered and pavilion style building constructed of local sustainable timber is now open at the back. Simple pub lunches made with local produce. Such as home-made soup of the day, ploughman’s lunches, game pie etc. Parties are happily catered for providing prior notice is received. Fish & Chips are available from the chip shop next door and can be eaten in the Red Brick Bar or garden.
Open 11am to 11pm (except Monday opens at 5.30pm)
The Sun Inn historic Parlour pub is based in the North Herefordshire vvillage or Leintwardine, near Ludlow.
The Sun is a Cyclist Touring Club member and welcomes cyclists.
The Sun is a member of CAMRA National Inventory of Historical Pubs.