Places to Eat
Visit the black and white villages of North Herefordshire, sample the cider route, or explore what else the county has to offer below. Your biggest challenge will be cramming it all in.
PUBS & RESTAURANTS
The Trumpet Inn, Trumpet
Less than 3 miles away, The Trumpet is a traditional timbered English Inn run by Wadworth which serves good value ‘pub grub’ in simple surroundings if you don’t want to venture too far (closed on Sunday evening for food).
The Scrumpy House, Westons
Situated within the grounds of Westons Cider Mill, The Scrumpy House is a charming restaurant located in an old converted cowshed. Serving lunch, dinner (Thursdays) or traditional Sunday roast using locally sourced fresh Herefordshire produce next to the wood burning stove or in the sunny courtyard.
The Greenman, Fownhope (Good Food Guide 2017)
Probably the closest Herefordshire gets to a gastropub. The pub has undergone extensive refurbishment to become a smart but rustic place for a long lunch or cosy evening meal next to the fire. They have a nice beer garden which does great barbeques throughout the summer.
The Butchers Arms, Woolhope (CAMRA Good Beer Guide)
Charming timbered country pub serving a good range of local ales and ciders in rustic surroundings. You will find a good atmosphere and guests have been known to go for supper and return for lunch the following day! Good locally sourced food. Nice garden and good walks in the area. (Closed Monday)
Verzon House, Trumpet (AA Guide)
A Georgian Inn which has been refurbished to provide a sophisticated environment for a bit more of a special occasion. Think Farrow and Ball walls and union jack chesterfields…,The focus is on British produce with locally sourced meat and veg and the choices behind the bar are extensive, given that it is owned by William Chase, award winning English vodka and gin producers. (Closed Sunday evening)
The Royal Oak, Much Marcle
Serving good value pub food in comfortable surroundings. They often have lunchtime or evening meal offers so its worth having a look on their website before you visit.
The Feathers, Ledbury
A historic black and white coaching Inn in the heart of Ledbury offering lunch, afternoon tea and supper in the cosy Fuggles Bar or the more formal Quills Restaurant providing high quality food using seasonal produce. Good for a more special occasion.
Sitara and Raduni
Both restaurants are located on Ledbury High Street and offer a wide range of traditional and contemporary indian dishes. Raduni will do take-away for collection or delivery for larger orders.
The Olive Tree
Located on Ledbury High Street and offers brilliant traditional Italian cuisine, I can personally recommend the Pizzas, they have been a favourite with our family for years! The menu offers everything you would expect from a good Italian at good value and in a nice atmosphere.
We are also spoilt for choice for lovely places to go for a quick bite to eat for lunch! If you would like further information on them please do ask but as a starter for ten we can recommend…..
The Nest is just on the other side of The Trumpet Crossroads and is well known for brilliant scotch eggs, quiches and salads which change regularly. There is also a shop on site which sells local produce, with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, ‘home made’ ready meals and a deli counter.
Ceci Paulo is a little café tucked away on the first floor of the kitchen shop and deli at the top of the high street. Quiches, salads and soups with crusty bread are amongst their offerings.