Cleobury Mortimer is a market town and civil parish Shropshire, England, which had a population of 3,036 at the 2011 census. One of the smallest towns in Shropshire, it was granted its market charter in 1253.
The town is usually referred to simply as Cleobury. Several pronunciations of the town’s name are in use. In Cleobury itself “Clib-bree” is commonly used, while in surrounding areas variations such as “Cleb-bree” and “Clee-bree”
A really lovely town, with a old school feel with everything you could need, took a visit into the iron mongers which was lovely and traditional and reminded me of my childhood popping in for all sort of house bits.
We visited the kings arms which is a wonderful little pub full of wonderful wood and traditional beams.
The fully refurbished 15th century pub had a great selection of local Hobsons hand-pulled Ales, and with Carling, Amstel and morreti on tap and also bottled lagers such as Becks.
A wonderful warm welcome with great seating a mixture of tables and sofas next to a fantastic open fire always my fab in the cold winter months.
There is also a selected of home cooked foods and snacks such as scotch eggs.
I enjoyed a Carling which was served perfectly in correct glass and at the perfect temperature.
For us smokers there is a wonderful outdoor area with a covered spot and heaters for bad weather.
This is a really lovely pub for all year round, that is welcoming to locals and visitors children and dogs are also always welcome making the kings arms a really great pub for all to enjoy, so if you happen to pass Cleobury Mortimer do pay a visit.