The Boyne Arms

Burwarton
Nr Bridgnorth
Shropshire
WV16 6QH

Tel: 01746 787214

Opening Hours

Tues - Fri

 12pm

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 3pm

Mon-Fri

 6pm

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 11pm

Saturday

 12pm

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 11pm

 

 

 

 

Sunday

 12pm

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 11pm

 

Food Served

Tues - Sat

 12pm

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 2.30pm

 

 6pm

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 9.00pm

Sunday

 

 

 

 12pm

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 2.30pm

Great Scenery

 

The Boyne Arms Proudly offers a number of circular walks from the Pub!


Each walk varies in difficulty and incline and can match everyone's ability and fitness. 


The Boyne Arms and Brown Clee Hill Circular Walk


Dificulty ****      Distance 6.5 Miles    Approx Time: 3 - 4 hrs  

 

A 6.5 mile circular pub walk from the Boyne Arms in Burwarton, Shropshire. The Boyne Arms is a classic country pub and restaurant, the perfect place for refreshments after your walk. The walking route heads up though Burwarton Park and continues up to Abdon Burf, the summit of Brown Clee Hill and the highest point in the Shropshire Hills. The route loops up through the hillside sheep pastures and open moorland with pretty lakes and streams to enjoy and magnificent views across the surrounding area. The return leg follows the permissive tracks through the Burwarton Estate with pretty sections of woodland awash with bluebells in the spring.

 

The Boyne Arms and Burwarton Pole Circular Walk

 

Dificulty ***        Distance 4 Miles    Approx Time: 2 hrs                

 

A 4 mile circular pub walk from the Boyne Arms in Burwarton, Shropshire. The Boyne Arms is a classic country pub and restaurant, the perfect place for refreshments after your walk. The walking route heads up though Burwarton Park and continues high into the Shropshire Hills, looping through the hillside sheep pastures with pretty lakes and streams to enjoy and magnificent views down to the valley below.

The Boyne Arms and Burwarton Park Walk

 

Dificulty: **       Distance: 3 Miles    Approx Time: 1 1/2 hrs        

 

A 3 mile pub walk from the Boyne Arms in Burwarton, Shropshire. The Boyne Arms is a classic country pub and restaurant, the perfect place for refreshments after your walk. The walking route visits the ruins of the village church before climbing up into Burwarton Park, the family home of Viscount Boyne, and then back down along the same route. The view point within the park gives you chance to see Burwarton House, the parkland and the surrounding hills and valleys

 

All of the walks are taken from 'iFootpath' and can be found in more detail on their website.