Tally Ho InnBouldon
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Please see pub Facebook or website for details of any take-out or delivery services available and any news about future reopening. Updated 19 Jan
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Please don't be put off by your journey down miles of twisting narrow lanes, this remote rural free-house is well worth seeking out for its range of quality real ales and good value meals. The Tally Ho Inn is the quintessential rural pub. Set in the delightful hamlet of Bouldon in the heart of the Corvedale, one of the most unspoilt valleys in England. The Tally Ho Inn, surrounded by farmland, is on many walking routes including the Three Castles Walk and the Shropshire Way. First licensed in 1844 it is a busy pub which has served locals and visitors for many generations. It is furnished to recreate its bygone charm with a large array of photos, posters and rural paraphernalia which adorn the walls. The bar with log burner is located in the original part of the pub and the dining area extends towards the rear with access to a beautiful garden with superb views across Corvedale. Note the Greene King sign built into one of the garden walls. Voted Pub of the Season Autumn 2019 by the local CAMRA branch