The New Inn Baschurch

Eating Out in Shropshire

The New Inn Baschurch

Located in the popular village of Baschurch, North Shropshire, the New Inn is the essence of a traditional village pub that is favoured by both locals and visitors alike. Recorded as a public house as far back as 1841, the building is steeped in history yet the decor and furnishings are kept tastefully modern and understated, creating a welcoming mix of old and new. The roaring log burner provides an inviting and warm ambience throughout the colder months whilst the pleasant beer garden invites guests to sit outside and enjoy their food and drinks on lovely summer days. Whether meeting for a business lunch, catching up with friends and family for drinks in the bar or a meal in the restaurant, you can be sure of a warm welcome and a great selection of wines, ales and food to choose from.

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Church Road, Baschurch,
Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 2E

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