SquareMeal Review of
Hunters Moon Inn
Set deep in the countryside not far from Offa’s Dyke, the ancient Hunter’s Moon was built to house medieval stonemasons working on the nearby church. This is a pub that takes drinks seriously, so
browse your way through a boozy line-up that might include beers from Wye Valley Brewery, Kingstone Press cider, draught Leffe Blonde and fine wines from Tanners of Shrewsbury – plus a decent
selection of whiskies. Traditional trappings abound: sink into one of the sofas in the ‘grotto’ (whitewashed stone walls, country pine furniture, irregular beams) or pitch up at the bar for a chat
with the drinkers. In summer, enjoy the leafy garden, meander by the stream and listen to the birds – or sit under a parasol and gaze at the local churchyard. Walkers take note: there is a drying
room for your wet belongings.