Review on The Feathers at Brockton
Brockton is right on the walkers' trail across Wenlock Edge, a few miles southwest of Much Wenlock. Trekkers with aching feet often seek refuge in the sixteenth-century Feathers, which provides warmth and nourishment in abundance. Wood-burning stoves do their stuff in vast inglenooks and the interior is a pleasing mix of whitewashed stone walls, tiled floors and old beams, plus a few statues and hessian drapes at the windows for good measure.
If you are in need of sustenance, take a look at the blackboards, which advertise a range of traditional and modern dishes including a warm salad of scallops and black pudding, salmon and cod fish cakes with lemon butter sauce or shoulder of lamb with creamed leeks and rosemary jus. Desserts are equally appealing Ė perhaps spiced plums with honey and vanilla ice cream or warm chocolate fondant with nut brittle.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Wed-Sun
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.30pm Tue-Sun