Eat In Herefordshire
James at The Seafood Bar is located on the upper floor of Labels Shopping at Ross Park and open Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon -3pm. Dishes are freshly made to order… sit back and relax at the bar whilst watching the Chefs prepare your lunch. Book your table, by phoning: 01989 552160 SAMPLE MENU TO START Home smoked salmon with rocket salad and a horseradish & dill cream £7.95 Fishcakes of the day, fresh salad and crab slaw £7.95 Home smoked Sea Trout Scotch egg served with red pepper ketchup £8.50 MAIN OR STARTER Seafood platter thick smoked salmon, home hot smoked trout & chilli & lemon prawns beetroot syrup and lemon oil (Starter) £8.00 (Main) £15.00 (Sharer for two) £25 MAINS Bouillabaisse, rustic French style fish soup with chunky cod, King prawns & mussels served with toasted bread and rouille on the side £14.50 Classic Moules Mariniere served with crusty bread, fries and aioli £14.50 Bouillabaisse served with toasted bread and rouille on the side £14.50 Pan Fried cod loin, roasted red pepper sauce with lemon & chilli King prawns £12.50 Monkfish wrapped in bacon on a smoked garlic and butter bean mash with a tarragon and caper dressing £15.50 Torbay sole with brown shrimp and samphire butter with cucumber dressing £14.50 Smoked […]
The Trumpet Inn is a 16th century black and white pub in Ledbury Perfectly situated for visiting the beautiful Herefordshire countryside The Trumpet Inn is perfect for visiting the beautiful Herefordshire countryside and with a large beer garden to enjoy. Close to popular tourist destinations such as Eastnor Castle, the market towns of Ledbury, Hereford, Ludlow, The Malvern Hills and much more. With its Oak beams The Trumpet Inn is a comfortable blend of old and new and offers a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Gaining a reputation for exceptionally well kept cask ales as well as fine home cooked food. All ingredients are sourced locally wherever possible, supporting local suppliers and maintaining a high level of quality at all times. So time next you are passing, pop in and enjoy a long cool pint and maybe some lunch. The Staff look forward to meeting you. See also Trumpet Inn Campsite.
Wye Valley Brewery is situated in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside Located between Hereford and Bromyard the Wye Valley Brewery; a family business that takes great pride in brewing the best cask and bottle conditioned beer possible. The on-site brewery shop in Stoke Lacy offers a wide array of bottled ales, gift packs, branded merchandise and clothing, as well as locally produced artisan chutneys, rapeseed oils and hand-made hop jewellery. Opening times are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, and on Saturdays during December in the run up to Christmas. If you’re keen to know a little more about how their beers are brewed, you can book on to one of the quarterly brewery tours. The tours take you through the whole brewing process in the award-winning, energy-efficient brewhouse, followed by a tutored ‘sampling’ session in the brewery bar. For brewery tour dates visit www.wyevalleybrewery.co.uk, call the brewery on 01885 490 505, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. As well as visiting the brewery, you might also like to visit a Wye Valley Brewery pub, all of which offer a friendly welcome and the full range of delicious cask conditioned Wye Valley Brewery ales including the infamous Butty Bach and HPA. For opening times […]
Sleep In Herefordshire
Welcome to David and Sue’s Working Livestock Farm; Sink Green Farm, which offers a welcome retreat. Set in 170 acres of pasture meadows to south-east of Hereford, Sink Green Farm is the perfect place to stay. Whilst the river is the boundary to our livestock farm, we are only three miles from Hereford city and centrally located to access all of Herefordshire, and the surrounding areas. All bedrooms en suite, spacious and comfortable, with hospitality trays and TV, they are a subtle blend of both traditional and contemporary, all of which enhances the character of our 16th century farmhouse. Wi-Fi throughout. Unwind in our oak-beamed guest lounge to watch TV, play games, listen to music or just read. Enjoy the interactive computer to help plan your days out. A traditional farmhouse breakfast is served in our flag stoned dining room. Relax in extensive garden, with summer house and hot-tub and enjoy the uninterrupted panoramic views over the river meadows. Hospitality tray, fridge and BBQ are provided to add to your enjoyment. Enjoy – the tranquil walks along the banks of the River Wye which for over one and a half miles meanders along the border of the farm taking in the birds and […]
Trumpet Inn Campsite is perfectly situated for visiting the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Close to popular tourist destinations such as Eastnor Castle, the market towns of Ledbury, Hereford and Ludlow, The Malvern Hills and much more. Able to accommodate Caravans, Motor-homes and Tents. Attached to a 16th century black & white pub. Open daily from 12pm. Food is served weekdays 12-2.30/6pm-9pm, Saturday 12-9pm and Sunday 12-5pm. Onsite facilities include toilet, shower, picnic area and wash-up facilities. The Trumpet inn is family friendly and also welcome dogs. Enjoy your stay at The Trumpet for £13 per without electric or £16 with electric hook up. (Prices are per pitch per night) See also The Trumpet Inn.
In the village of Ewyas Harold in the South West of Herefordshire are the delightful Pomona Cottage and Cider House holiday cottages on Old King Street Farm. The beams of these barn conversions still show where the machinery of the original apple press and feed troughs used to hang. Sympathetic and uncluttered, offering spaciousness and comfort, the cottages are open-plan and equipped with all that could be needed for a pleasant stay in the country. The Five Star rated Cider House sleeps two in a King sized antique brass bed with bathroom with both bath and shower. Four Star rated Pomona Cottage has a King sized bed in the double bedroom upstairs with the rest of the cottage on the ground floor. Here is the twin bedroom, living room, kitchen-diner and shower room. The cottages are on a working llama farm and guests may choose to arrange a walk with these charming woolly companions. There are ten acres of fields and woodland to stroll through and you may decide to wander down to the stream or to take a picnic by the lake. The cottages overlook Ewyas Harold with its pubs, shop, post office, butcher and chip shop. Prices from £240 […]
Radway Bridge Nurseries & Garden Centre was opened in 2002 by Andrew & Annabelle Pearson. It has progressed enormously from the early days and now offers a huge range of items that customers expect from a well-run Garden Centre. In the Plant area, Humphrey, Victoria, Shelly and Annabelle provide customers with the best possible plants and service you would expect from a good independent Garden Centre. The range and quality is legendary and includes a plant finding service for those hard to get plants! The new canopied area has proved a real winner as it keeps everyone dry whether they are choosing plants or picking a Christmas Tree. View our wonder Christmas Winter land throughout November and December Inside, Sharon, Doug, Ben, Robert and Joe make a special effort to help customers find exactly what they want and show nothing is ever too much trouble. Since the large indoor extension the garden centre now stock a huge range of items for the home and garden with everything from clothes, jewellery, food and drink to outdoor furniture and BBQ`s, giftware, cut flowers and of course everything Christmas. The new Green Biomass heating system is not only keeps the workforce warm but is reducing […]
Only in Herefordshire will you find fantastically names hamlets like Trumpet and what surprises await you when you do. Midway between Hereford City and Ledbury, tucked neatly on the main Trumpet crossroads and traffic lights, is Trumpet Corner Tearoom, Galleries and Garden. Pull in straight from the road to the ample car park, and venture through the iron gates to discover a little slice of wonderland. With an excellent reputation for beautifully moist and flavourful cakes, the tearoom is a real destination in a wonderfully private setting overlooking a pretty secret garden, in which you can sit on a warm day to enjoy the tweet of the birds and the smell of the rose arch. The aromas of freshly baked scones (for their award-winning cream teas), drizzle cakes, iced confections, and general slices of delicious naughtiness mingle with savoury smells of lovely hot and cold light lunches, all freshly prepared in the tearoom kitchens. Potter into the Gallery spaces, which showcases the work of many local artists from iron, wood and metalwork to jewellery and textiles, glass design, ceramics, silversmithing, to prints, paintings, illustrations, cards and photography. Inspiration and temptation is everywhere for gifts, for treats and all for sale. […]
The Cart Shed is a charity based in North that offers opportunities to try something new and improve well-being; to find friendships, a sense of belonging and a place of calm, in a supportive, caring environment. The woodlands base lend themselves to enabling individuals to overcome and accept episodes in their lives they find difficult to live with; such as a result of the loss of a partner or close friend, difficult working conditions, or poor health. The Cart Shed work with individuals from all backgrounds, lifting labels and minimizing stigma. There are no walls, badged health professionals or waiting rooms, just the peace of the woodland. It is about enjoying being outdoors; making a fire and sitting quietly by it, chatting with other participants, enjoying the sounds of the birds, the wind, the smells of the blue bells in spring, the wet leaves in autumn, cutting hazel and making beautiful things. Learning new skills at any age gives each of us a sense of achievement. It does not matter if you are a highly successful businessman, or someone who has struggled to cope with the pressures of life, weather you have had a career break or have yet to decide […]
What’s On In Herefordshire
LEGO® Brick History exhibition is coming to Hereford! Brick History takes famous moments from history and imagines them in LEGO® bricks – how many do you recognise? From DNA and the Big Bang to Mozart, Martin Luther King and mobile phones, LEGO® artist Warren Elsmore and his team have created a celebration of our shared stories, struggles, and triumphs, made from everyone’s favourite Danish toy. From tiny recreations of Concorde and the Titanic that could fit in your hand, to a 1.5m square medieval castle bustling with activity, there are models to make you smile, to make you think, and to inspire you to build a better world. Tickets £2 child, £3.50 adult, £8.50 family (2 adults, 2 children), Under 5s free (Plus £1.50 booking fee per transaction) Book LEGO® tickets or call The Courtyard Box Office on 01432 340555. W: herefordshire.gov.uk
Meadow Arts and Hereford Cathedral are working in partnership to commission a new artwork, inspired by the Mappa Mundi, by highly esteemed artist Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA), with funding from the Herefordshire’s a Great Place scheme. To launch to launch the new artwork, titled Creatures of the Mappa Mundi, Shonibare, who was awarded a CBE (Commander of The British Empire) in the 2019 New Year Honours List, will give a talk in the cathedral nave on Thursday 24 January. Interviewed by broadcaster and writer Francine Stock, he will discuss the inspiration for this new commission for Meadow Arts, which has been inspired by one of Hereford Cathedral’s treasures, the Mappa Mundi. Displayed next to the Cathedral’s Chained Library, the Hereford Mappa Mundi is the largest medieval world map to survive. One of its most remarkable features is that it is illustrated with strange people and animals, drawn by artists from the exaggerated descriptions of travellers to far off lands. Shonibare has been inspired by the map and its alien creatures to create a new work for Herefordshire, which will be on show from late January to June 2019. Illustrated on the map are various creatures, natural and supernatural, including camels, […]
‘Song Of The Earth’ is the Spring 2019 exhibition at Old Chapel Gallery in Pembridge. The exhibition opens on Saturday March 2nd with drinks from 11am Encompassing a unique collection of hand picked, desirable, contemporary British fine art and craft including watercolours, textile collage, ceramic sculpture, painted wood and silver jewellery. Each piece inspired by nature, we hope this latest exhibition strikes a heartening mood of optimism. Heading the line up is self taught textile artist Barbara Shaw, who creates art using fabric like paint to construct her magnificent collage pictures. By hand-stitching or bonding many small pieces of fabric together in layers. She uses patterned and tactile materials in vibrant or subtle colours are useful as well as chiffon ribbons for shading, sparkly fabric for light, lace for intricate detail and tweed for texture all help to bring the artwork alive. Northumberland-based artist, Mary Ann Rogers, paints vibrant watercolour paintings full of energy, from an in-depth knowledge of her subject matter. Her studio is surrounded by the wild hills of Northumberland, whose inhabitants, along with her own menagerie of birds, feature in her work. Mary Ann’s work is highly collectable and she was warded ‘Best selling published artist’ by the Fine Art Trade Guild in 2009. Rhys […]
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