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The Halfway House Inn
awaiting details, change in ownership.
16th Century Inn, The Inn was first licensed in 1620 and was originally known as the Old Red Lion Inn. The name was changed to The Halfway House following a visit by Princess Victoria in 1823. Whilst on a stop to change horses en route from Pitchford Hall near Shrewsbury and Great Witley Court near Worcester. Queen Victoria asked where she was and the reply was given "halfway there". Since this date the Inn has been known by its present name. The oldest part of the building also boasts a wonderful example of an Elizabethan wall mural that has been beautifully preserved behind glass for all to see.