Local Cafes, Bars and Restaurants.

Whitchurch itself is filled with a wide variety of wonderful places to eat and drink. The town has lots of lovely cafes and delicatessents, including 'Bejamins' that has a wonderful cheese counter, 'Jones's' that has incredible cakes and 'Percys' with its amazing curio's!!

Just outside Whitchurch is Alderford Lake, a perfect place to meet up and stretch your legs as its only a mile from our Holiday Barns. You can enjoy a wonderful cup of coffee and a delicious piece of locally homemade cake.

The town is also filled with high quality restaurants and bars. 'Etzios' and 'The Black Bear', are located at the top of the high street, along with 'Frollies', which is a delightful place to eat and drink.

For foreign foods we have 'Swallows' Chinese restaurant, who has the best spare ribs in town. There are plenty of Indian takeaways including 'Spice Heaven' and 'Taj Mahal Spice' . At The Old Mill, we have the incredible 'Simply Thai' restaurant that has just recently opened call them on 01948 661800 to reserve a table or to order a take away.

Around our wonderful barns are plenty of country pubs, where you can enjoy a country atmosphere whilst enjoying incredible food and drink. Wonderful for all the family to relax and catch up with each other.

Our nearest pubs are The HorseShoes Inn, with a great range of beers in Tilstock and The Dog and Bull in Coton, that has an extensive food menu. Other local pubs are The Combermere Arms at Burlydam, The Willeymoor Lock Tavern, which is located right by the incredible Llangollen Canal, the stunning Moat Shed near to Wem and the Horse and Jockey at Grindley Brook that has vegetarian and vegan food. For information on other local places to eat just click this link 'Shropshire Food and Drink'.

For those more fast food moments we have a Mcdonalds located just outside Whitchurch as well as a Subway. There are also several fish and chips shops in and around Whitchurch, these include Newcotts Fish and Chip shop on the bypass and Snappers in Whitchurch itself.