REVIEWS OF THE RAVEN HOTEL
“Best of British” Magazine: "Lying in the heart of the ancient market town of Much Wenlock, Shropshire, the Raven Hotel began life as a coaching inn and now incorporates a row . . . ." More>>
Verve: " The front entrance of The Raven, a traditional seventeenth century coaching inn, opens up to a comfortable and modern interior. Although still firmly placed in the twentieth century. . . ." More>>
The Times: "The visit by Coubertin to Much Wenlock in the autumn of 1890 was marred by a steady downpour, but the baron was in good speaking form. He said that. . . ." More>>
The Shropshire Star: ""Let’s talk gravy. The savoury brown sauce served at The Raven, in Much Wenlock, was ambrosia, writes Andy Richardson.
It was sticky, slightly sweet and imbued with subtle flavour. When my dinner plate was returned to the kitchen . . . ." More>>
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