Welsh Borders Pub stopeovers

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Anyone know of any motorhome friendly pub on the Welsh / English Border?
     
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    'The Trotting Mare' pub, situated halfway between Overton on Dee and Ellesmere, post code LL13OLE, caravan site behind the pub, very clean facilities £16 to £22 p/n all inclusive.:thumb:
     
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    ahh, bless remember this one well. Used to love going their with our caravan.. lovely pub... there is also the Bickerton Poacher near Chester.
     
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    The Wingfield Arms Montford Bridge just outside Shrewsbury. CL and Restaurant.
    The Anchor Inn opp Tintern Abbey Landlord allows stopovers to customers.
     
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    Hi we stayed at the Griffen inn just outside wrexham about 8 miles from chester. It was a lovely wee site and staff very relaxed and pleasant. Went in for a meal at the pub and very nice. I think its a ccc cs site but we are not members and was ok.

    Gerry
     
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    Any further south sort of Worcestershire?

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    Probably too south and a bit in Wales for you but The Chainbridge Inn just outside Usk or the Rising Sun on the Abergavenny to Hereford road are both ok.
     
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    There is always the Anchor at Tintern Abbey that you told me about :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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