Powis ArmsMain Street, Brampton Road
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The Powis Arms is of an unusually large appearance for a Shropshire village pub. The reason for this is that it was designed and built by the estate managers of the nearby Walcot Hall, the one time home of the Earls of Powis. It is a Grade II Listed building and was known as the New Inn in the 18th century. It was largely rebuilt in the 19th century. Nowadays it is undoubtedly a part of village life, and has a public bar, lounge and a decent sized dining room. Walkers note that Lydbury North is situated on Jack Mytton's Way, together with Walking with Offa Route 6. In November 2016, the pub was taken back under the wing of Walcot Hall.