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Neenton, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6RJ

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Neenton, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6RJ

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Summary

The Pheasant at Neenton is a quintessential country inn serving some of the finest food in Shropshire, with local real ales and a wine list full of interest. Nestled below Brown Clee Hill, Shropshire’s highest point, it lies midway between Bridgnorth and Ludlow, ideal for visiting Shropshire’s many attractions or walking in the beautiful Shropshire Hills AONB.

What makes a stay at The Pheasant at Neenton unique?

The Pheasant is a real village local, restored and now owned by the local community, but drawing diners from miles around. It’s a historic inn retaining all of its true pub atmosphere, but refurbished for the 21st century with a touch of style. Visitors love the warm welcome from the friendly staff of local young people for whom nothing is too much trouble. You can dine in the stylish Oak Room or in the pubby Village Bar, and frequently there’s craic to enjoy with the local farmers. In summer there’s an orchard garden so you can dine alfresco, but whenever it’s chilly there are warm woodburners to welcome you back after a day’s exploring.

What style cuisine is on offer at The Pheasant at Neenton?

Diners flock for the constant stream of rosette-quality evening ‘Specials’ created by Head Chef Mark and his team, but there are classics like proper, home-baked pies and fish and chips that you’d expect in a country pub. All dishes at the Pheasant are cooked fresh, using seasonal ingredients from local suppliers wherever possible. Emphasis is firmly on modern British cuisine, using flavours and textures from around the world where appropriate. And there’s always fresh fish: Mark delights in taking whatever’s best that the boat’s brought in – sustainable, British and not farmed – and creating something delicious. Sunday Lunch is something special too - top-quality beef, pork and chicken on sharing boards, crispy roasted potatoes, vegetables, and lashings of gravy.

What is the signature dish at The Pheasant at Neenton?

Among the pub classics, the Pheasant is renowned for the proper pies, Steak and Ale for example - pies that stand up by themselves, totally encased in cheddar shortcrust pastry. A summer evening ‘Special’ might be 'Steamed Line Caught Scottish Brill Fillet, Jersey Royals, Warm Tartare Sauce, Peas, Asparagus, Crispy Haddock'.

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Pheasant at Neenton?

The Pheasant has three newly-created bedrooms, accessed through an external staircase. All rooms have en-suite facilities with great showers. The décor is simple, but relaxing, with a touch of style. Visitors often describe them as spotlessly clean with super-comfortable beds. Each room has a super-king size bed, though one can be configured as a twin. Each room has a TV and tea and coffee-making facilities

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bridgnorth area?

The Pheasant makes a perfect base for a break in south Shropshire’s glorious, yet quiet and undiscovered countryside, and the "blue remembered hills" of Housman's poetry. Maybe you’ll take a trip to Ludlow (20 minutes), a timeless market town and the slow-food capital of England or spend your day taking in the stunning views around the Shropshire Hills AONB. It’s great walking country. You could easily spend a week touring the bevy of museums in and around the Ironbridge Gorge, a World Heritage Site and the historical heart of the Industrial Revolution. After looking round Bridgnorth, take a trip on the award-winning Severn Valley Railway; or visit one of the many National Trust and English Heritage properties in the area.

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The Pheasant is truly an Inn for all seasons. In summer, there’s an orchard garden, with ancient yew trees and views across the valley. When it’s chilly outside the pub is warm, cosy and relaxing, with wonderful woodburners to warm you in the bars. And whatever the season, there’s sumptuous food, with carefully-chosen wines to do it justice, a constantly-changing range of local real ales and a shelf full of interesting gins. Well-behaved dogs are welcome too!

Information on The Pheasant at Neenton , Neenton , Bridgnorth

No. of bedrooms: Total: 3     
Types of room: All super-king doubles (one can be a twin).
Room rates guide: Double/Twin:  £90.00-£110.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: Credit Cards Accepted:  Mastercard, Visa
When Closed:  Open all year
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome (Cot '/ fold-up bed by arrangement)
Dog Friendly:  Dogs Permitted (Well-behaved dogs by arrangement)
Smoking Permitted:  No
Wheelchair Access:  Yes
Wheelchair Access Details: Ground floor only i.e. not bedrooms

Room facilities: Flat screen TV, Wi-Fi available
General facilities: Orchard garden with tables, Wi-fi available
Outdoor activities on site: Boules pitch
Activities nearby: 3 golf courses within 20 minutes, Walking in the spectacular Shropshire Hills AONB
Local directions: The Pheasant is in the centre of the village of Neenton, on the B4364 road, 7 miles from Bridgnorth and 12 miles from Ludlow. The inn lies opposite the church. There is a large car park at the rear.
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
Birmingham (35 miles) (1 hour)
Birmingham International (55 miles) (1 hour, 20 mins)
Ludlow (12 miles) (20 mins)
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Review of The Pheasant at Neenton

Posted on by Jackie PCustomer stayed Aug 2019

Very good food and service
We were travelling up to Snowdonia and broke our journey here.

The rooms are very new, clean, finished to a high standard and bedding and pillows are VERY comfortable. There are only a hand full of rooms above the pub.

The bar had character and staff were chatty and helpful. The fireplace must be wonderful in the winter.

The restaurant was full of character and clearly part of a tasteful extension to the original pub. The food. . . . It was so much better than ordinary pub food. Extra interesting and presented with imagination and flair but not over priced.

The breakfast was a great nicely cooked quality full English with endless toast and coffee/tea.

The great thing about this place is the story. Bought buy the community and supported and loved by it. It really shows.


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Review of The Pheasant at Neenton

Posted on by Lucy VCustomer stayed May 2019

A fantastic find!
Travelling from Liverpool to Folkestone, we picked The Pheasant based on other TripAdvisor reviews and are very glad that we did. Our room was lovely, spotlessly clean, and the super king bed an absolute treat for two tired bikers! The staff were also great, friendly and helpful. However, the food topped everything else, we couldn't fault it and breakfast, in particular, was the perfect way to start the day. This is a gem of a place, we'll hopefully be back.


Review of The Pheasant at Neenton

Posted on by Karen VCustomer stayed Feb 2019

Cosy couple of days visiting family
What an amazing place. The bedroom was warm and cosy on what was one of the coldest days of the year. Everything was beautifully appointed and the shower was amazing. The staff, without exception, were super friendly. We loved the food which we ate by the crackling log burner. When I voiced concern over being stuck in potential snow, I was reassured that I could ring the pub and they would get a farmer to come and help. In the event there was no snow. We will be back, hopefully in warmer weather when we can appreciate the outdoor eating area and the spectacular views of the glorious Shropshire countryside.

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