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The Riverside Inn, Cound, Shrewsbury, SY5 6AF. 01952 410900

I had lunch here last year. An excellent meal with good beer, good value for money, prompt service even though it was busy, and lovely views of the Severn! Booking advised as it is deservedly popular.

The building dates from 1750 and has been a pub since 1878. There is lots of atmosphere.

There is NO piped music, I understand this is the owner's policy.

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SY5 6AF
GB
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Swan

The Swan is a character village inn (claimed to be the oldest in Buckinghamshire) specialising in fine cuisine, fine wines and real ales. It has a restaurant, lounge bar and "Snug". There is also a patio and a large lawned garden. Latest check 18 June 2016.

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Ley Hill Common
HP5 1UT Chesham , BKM
Buckinghamshire GB
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Warwick Castle

Historic pub with real ale, real cider and interesting food.

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6 Warwick Place
W9 2PX
GB
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The Old Mariner

Garnished sandwiches lunchtimes Tue to Sat, full meals evenings Monday to Saturday. Some cask ales.

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26 New Street
IP12 1DX Woodbridge , SFK
Suffolk GB
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Nag's Head

Brilliant pub with real ale, cider and interesting food. It even owns a brewery.

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21 Bank Street
WR14 2JG Great Malvern , WOR
Worcestershire GB
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The Three Elms

A country pub in Chignall St James, near Chelmsford (a comfortable bike ride from Chelmsford for us, and there's also ample parking).
The main outside seating is next to the (mainish) road, however there are also some outside tables tucked away around the back, which backs on to fields.
When we visited, the pub was showing Wimbledon on the tele (at a reasonable volume), so it would be worth checking what the normal background is.
The owners were friendly, and there was a nice variety of food. Not everything appeared on the menu.

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CM1 4TZ Chignall St James , ESS
Essex GB
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Queen's Head, Fyfield, Essex

The Queen’s Head, FyField is primarily a village pub, however the upstairs dining area has a distinct restaurant feel. Indeed, there was a lot of nouvelle cuisine on the menu, as well as some traditional pub grub.
Our main meals were pretty small, so we ordered the truffled fried chips, which turned out to be enormous (as well as very tasty).

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CM5 0RY Fyfield, near Ongar , ESS
Essex GB
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Plough Inn Wingfield

The Plough Inn is Les Routiers classified and we enjoyed good food there.
The only music is from a tiny radio on the bar, which the landlord is happy turn off upon request.
This music was in no way a problem for us, since it cannot be heard at all from the conservatory.

Quoting from their website:

"The Plough is a pretty, thatched country pub with a lovely atmosphere, low ceilings, oak beams and an open fire.

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Tebworth Road
LU7 9QH Wingfield Leighton Buzzard BEDFORDSHIRE
GB
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The Seven Stars

Pleasant and unpretentious gastropub in a small village between Bath and Bradford-upon-Avon. It has decent food, much of it sourced locally. Sunday lunch's fixed price menu is the best value. It is also a Free House with an excellent choice of beers, including Wadworth's 6X and beer from the landlord's own micro-brewery The Devilfish Brewery. Seats outside in the small but quiet garden. Service is very friendly if a bit stretched at busy times. Booking advisable.

Web: www.sevenstarswinsley.co.uk

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The Seven Stars Winsley
BA15 2LQ Bradford-on-Avon
GB
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Dick Whittington

Real Ale and food in Dick Whittington's house.

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100 Westgate Street
GL1 2PE Cloucester , GLS
Gloucestershire GB
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