The Waterdine is a Restaurant with Rooms in the Shropshire Countryside
Ken and Isabel Welcome you to the Waterdine our small friendly restaurant with rooms set in the peaceful unspoiled upper Teme Valley.
The Waterdine restaurant still maintains the atmosphere of the 16th century drovers inn but with all modern conveniences available for the comfort of our guests.
Nestling in the picturesque upper Teme valley in the hamlet of Llanfairwaterdine the Waterdine Restaurant, a Welsh long house, was originally built as a drover’s inn between 1540 and 1600 and has the river Teme running at the bottom of the garden.
Llanfairwaterdine is a small quiet hamlet in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty off the beaten track, “a small piece of paradise” as many people have remarked.
The Waterdine has been refreshing the weary traveler for literally hundreds of years. Now a quiet haven from the hurly burly of modern life, we are happy to continue the tradition of looking after your every need.