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The Quarry Park

The Quarry is Shrewsbury's beautiful, 29-acre parkland, encircled by the majestic loop of the river Severn. The Quarry has been Shrewsbury's most important site for recreation since the 16th Century. It still provides the perfect place to relax, enjoy walks, picnic, fish along the banks of the River Severn, or just let off steam.

The River View Café is a bit of a hidden gem, tucked away from the daily hustle and bustle, yet still only a few minutes walk from both the High Street and Shrewsbury Train Station.

3-4 Shoplatch

Visitors to the Salon can escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and treat themselves to luxury hair and beauty treatments. The Salon offers a comprehensive range of treatments, including cutting, colouring, highlights, facials, nails, waxing and tanning.

Smithfield Road

Situated alongside the River Severn, the Salopian Bar is a unique establishment, offering a great selection of real ales, Belgian beers and ciders, served in a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere. There are eight ales permanently on sale, and the pub holds two real ale festivals each year. There are also three Belgian Beers on draught and a good choice of bottled American and Belgian Beers.

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The Shrewsbury Hotel is located opposite the Welsh Bridge and River Severn. It is a J D Wetherspoon hotel, offering superb quality, choice and value, in food, drink and accommodation. The hotel has 22 individual bedrooms, many with a river view. All rooms are en-suite and include hot drink making facilities, a hair dryer and television. Free Wi-Fi is available in the bar.

Gallery Front

The Soden Collection is a eclectic mix of contemporary, modern british art and contemporary sculpture.

As you walk through the two main gallery rooms, private viewing lounge and a sculpture garden you shall see an exciting mix of curated genres of paintings, sculptures and objects of virtu. 

Fish Street

The Three Fishes is a CAMRA approved pub with a cosy, friendly atmosphere, which provides a warm welcome to anybody. The timber building, dating from the 16th century, has great character and charm. The Three Fishes offers a fantastic selection of traditional, home-cooked foods, real ales and fine wines.

14 Claremont Street

The Town Fryer is a friendly fish and chip shop, situated opposite the market hall in Claremont Street. As well as the old favourite fish and chips, there is a good selection of delicious and satisfying food, including kebabs, burgers, sausages and pies. There is plenty of seating upstairs, so customers can eat in or takeaway. Staff provide a warm welcome and excellent service.

16-17 Castle Gates

The Vaults is a pub and hotel on Castle Street, a short distance from the train station.

Mardol

The Village Listers UK offers furniture and soft furnishings as well as giftware. The store's product range includes oak and painted furniture, lighting, gifts and luxury soft furnishings. Listers sources furniture worldwide, holding vast stocks in its warehouses in the UK, which allows fantastic savings to be passed direct to the customer.

The Warehouse Bar & Grill

City style bar and grill, choice of drinks, a deal on food every day.

10 Pride Hill

Founded in 1981, The Works is a family friendly discount retailer, with over 300 stores all over the UK. It offers great value discount gifts, art, craft, hobbies, toys and stationery, as well as the books and children's books that make up a large part of its range.

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12 Mardol Head

Keeping the UK fed with hearty roast dinner-inspired dishes since 2004 is our family-run business, The York Roast Co.

2 St Marys Place

Situated in the shadow of St Marys Church, the Yorkshire House is a friendly and traditional pub offering a great selection of real ales.

The Grade II listed building has low ceilings and old-fashioned wood panelling, as well as some fascinating artefacts.

There is regular live music, and a jukebox with a fantastic choice of rock and metal songs.

Theatre Severn
Frankwell Quay

If entering on the street side, look out for the old chapel building which is embedded between the Stage Door and public entrance. It now houses the stalls level Chapel Bar which doubles as exhibition space.

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