Places to eat

The Bookshop

A Rule of Tum's Bookshop, Hereford serve a fantastic Sunday Lunch. Their bar has a small but punchy selection of wines and cocktails. We highly reccomend their steak menu (Thursday to Saturday) which uses grass-fed Herefordshire beef, along with other dishes focused on seasonality and sustainability. This place is a must! Find out more here

Sunday Lunch that's better than your Mum's!!
The Foxhunter Bar provides comfortable, stylish surroundings which you will want to revisit again and again
Delightful food, excellent service
Delightful afternoon teas at The Angel Hotel

The Angel Hotel

The Angel Hotel provides delicious, top quality food and The Oak Room or Foxhunter Bar are ideal for an informal lunch or evening meal. The Angel is renowned for its award-winning afternoon teas. We highly recommend indulging in their sandwiches, savouries, cakes and scones all freshly prepared by specialist baker, Sally Lane. Find out more here

The Walnut Tree Inn, Michelin-starred restaurant offers proper dining and drinking in an informal setting
The Walnut Tree Inn, Michelin-starred restaurant offers proper dining and drinking in an informal setting

Walnut Tree

The Walnut Tree sits two miles east of Abergavenny. Offering superb food and wine in an informal setting, prepared by Michelin-starred chef, Shaun Hill. The food is an eclectic mix, based on Shaun’s personal taste, paired with sound cooking techniques; rather than a particular country's cuisine. This place is a must! Excellent in every aspect.
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A former 17th century coaching inn on the banks of the River Monnow
Won the 'Best Place to Eat – Pub' in the Wales National Tourism Awards, as voted by the public

The Bell, Skenrith

The Bell at Skenfrith is situated on the banks of the river Monnow in the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside. With its award winning restaurant and wine list, The Bell is a fantastic place to enjoy a special meal in a fabulous setting. Guests can also eat outside, or order a picnic basket and sit up in the orchard meadow. For more info click here

Relax and enjoy a glass of wine or a local ale on the decking. There really is no better way to spend the day!
Relax and enjoy a glass of wine or a local ale on the decking. There really is no better way to spend the day!
Gather here for a coffee, a pastry or a bacon sandwich before going out on the river

River Cafe Glasbury

The River Café is a licensed cafe-bar-restaurant. It is a relaxed and informal space with tables overlooking the River Wye. The outdoor mob are welcome and it's ideally situated for those doing the Wye Valley Walk and Sustran cycle network (route 8 and 42) for those on two wheels. For more info click here

There's something to satisfy all appetites for those looking for a great place to eat in Ledbury
There's something to satisfy all appetites for those looking for a great place to eat in Ledbury

The Feathers

As a much-loved part of Ledbury's history, The Feathers Hotel is a cosy, traditional charming Tudor Coaching Inn. The Feathers' Fuggles Brasserie, serves delicious lunch and dinners. Whilst its Quills restaurant can be reserved for private dining. For more info click here