Royal Hill Inn

Shropshire - Edgerley

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed


Edgerley
SY10 8ES

Tel: (01743) 741242

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

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This pub, with its fine views, was built in 1777 according to its date-stone, though the brickwork suggests a 19th-century refronting. The original rooms are the front bar, created by two high-backed settles to form a passage from the door, and the tiny rear servery with a Victorian counter. The lounge on the left and room on the right are converts from private accommodation; the former recently lost its 'front room' style with the introduction of modern furniture. Another change, in the bar, has seen a short passage created to access the right-hand room. Two further rooms to the left of the lounge were sculpted out of a former stables. Hatch service to two rooms.

Set on a quiet road beside the River Severn, this pub has fine views. The building is dated 1777 on a stone at the front although the brickwork suggests a 19th century re-fronting. Original rooms are the front bar created by two high-backed settles to form a passage from the door, and the tiny servery at the rear with a Victorian counter. The lounge on the left and the room on the right are former private rooms. The lounge has recently lost its 'front room' style with the introduction of modern furniture and a new brick interior to the old fireplace. Three of these four rooms have quarry-tiled floors. Recently the fireplace in the bar has seen changes including the creation of a short passage to access the right-hand room. To the left of the lounge two rooms have been created out of the former stable building. Hatch service to two rooms.

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