Eat In Herefordshire
Winner – AA Friendliest B&B of the year 2018 The Temple Bar Inn is situated in the centre of the village of Ewyas Harold, on the ramblers’ Herefordshire Trail, and is an ideal sustenance stop or place to stay for walkers, cyclists, and visitors wishing to explore the Welsh Marches, Black Mountains, Offa’s Dyke, the Golden Valley, Hay-on-Wye and the River Monnow. First licenced in the 1850s, and now sympathetically and extensively refurbished by the Jinman family owners, it is managed as a freehouse with bar, games room, restaurant, function room, outside seating area, and three ensuite B&B rooms. With an intriguing history packed with myths and legends, over the years it has been used as a court house, corn exchange, stable, butchers, and school room, and it has been suggested that the land on which it was built has links with the Knights Templars. The B&B rooms are situated on the first floor and are all doubles, one of which has space for an extra single bed if required. Each room has a colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities and is designed in country chic fashion. Free WIFI. Number of Rooms: 3. 2018 AA awards – Breakfast Award, 2 Rosettes in Culinary […]
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.
The Harp at Old Radnor is a lovely old Welsh longhouse inn perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Radnor Valley, close to the Powys/Herefordshire border. Independently owned and run by Chris and Angela Ireland, The Harp is a real pub, with ancient slate floors, oak beams, antique settles and a huge open log fire. A lovely place to visit for good food, good beer, comfortable rooms and friendly service. The cosy bar offers cask-conditioned real ales, local cider and perry, and a wide range of good wines and soft drinks. The menu comprises home-cooked and mainly locally-sourced food and offers simple pub classics like home-cooked ham with free-range eggs and proper chips alongside imaginative modern dishes and of course a traditional roast lunch on Sundays. See the menu. Learn more. Also see The Harp at Old Radnor accommodation.
Sleep In Herefordshire
The Chase Hotel in Ross-on-Wye is one of Herefordshire’s finest Country House Hotels, due to its stunning Georgian architecture and excellent services and facilities. It is set in 11 acres of parkland that is surrounded by breathtaking countryside, yet is only a two minute walk from the centre of town with its shops, bars and restaurants. The hotel has been recently refurbished in an elegant and contemporary style, which blends perfectly with the period charm of the building. Guests are able to truly relax, enjoying their stay in The Wye Valley in comfort. Whether looking for Bed & Breakfast accommodation near the Forest of Dean, an award winning restaurant, conference facilities with parking, or a wedding or event venue, The Chase Hotel offers quality and service. Offering stylish accommodation combining modern facilities with traditional elegance, bedrooms are located in two areas of this Herefordshire hotel: Four Poster Rooms and Executive Rooms are in the original Georgian part of the building, Superior and Standard Rooms are in the sympathetically-designed side annexe which overlooks the grounds All 36 en-suite bedrooms have digital television with DVD players and satellite channels, tea & coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, heating control, internet access, electric shaver point, power shower, security chains and spy hole, smoke alarms, trouser press, hairdryer and 24 hour […]
Elegant Georgian hotel set on the edge of the beautiful city of Hereford. Aylestone Court is a beautiful home-from-home where guests can retreat and relax in comfort to enjoy good food and great hospitality. Originally a grand family home, Aylestone Court has been lovingly restored to the hotel it is today, offering 6 en suite guest bedrooms, 2 dining rooms, a licensed bar and guests’ sitting room. The Grade II listed property has retained many original features such as the pretty shuttered windows, marble fireplaces, sparkling chandeliers and some period antiques. It is discreetly elegant throughout while retaining a cosy homely air. The bedrooms are all en suite, some fitted with baths and all with showers, with modern features including televisions, irons and free Wi-Fi. The restaurant offers a daily evening menu for guests using locally sourced produce wherever possible and breakfast is equally delicious with buffet options of fruit, cereals and yoghurts followed by traditional cooked dishes. Private parking is provided for all guests and the train and bus stations are less than 5 minutes on foot. The historic city centre is a 10 minute walk, as is the Old Market which houses a range of shops and restaurants. Book […]
Pearl Lake Leisure Park is a 5 Star static caravan park in Herefordshire. Pearl Lake at Shobdon, has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. The 80 acre park has holiday homes and touring caravans set amongst glorious unspoilt scenery along the historic Welsh border. On the park is a private fishing lake, exclusive 9 hole golf course, crown bowling green and a restaurant & bar. Camping is also available at Pearl lake with excellent facilities including hot showers, laundry and fishing is available on the 15 acre lake. Dog wash available WI-FI available Childrens play area and recreation field Part of The Best Parks Group
Marches Makers Festival is an exciting new arts festival is held on the Early Spring Bank Holiday in the Marches border town of Kington from 4-6 May 2019. With over 90 exhibitors in 12 venues the Marches Makers Festival offers a wonderful variety of art and craft. Fast becoming a major art event in the county, the festival offers local artists and makers an opportunity to showcase their work and reach a wider audience. Venues include the beautiful St Mary’s Church, local galleries, Penrhos Court, Hergest Croft Gardens, the Market Hall and the Old Police Station. The Art and Craft Market is on Saturday and Sunday, hosting many stalls and live demonstrations. On Saturday evening PML Productions presents a music event: Belshazzar’s Feast (“A blend of serious musicianship and dedicated subversion” – Living Tradition). The Marches Makers Festival offers a broad spectrum of art and craft, from top quality work by respected professional artists and makers to community endeavours that support social and therapeutic aspects of creativity. As part of this ambition the LOVE Project (a Lexicon of Optimistic Vocabulary Event) makes beautiful hand-painted signs used as part of a Treasure Trail around Kington. This will involve children from local […]
Battlelands is a family run activity centre based in the Herefordshire hills offering three great activities; Paintball, Laser Clay Shooting & Splatmaster. The perfect venue for birthday parties looking for a memorable way to celebrate; corporate and school groups who are looking for team building; hen, stag parties; plus groups of friends who’d like to break out of their normal routine with an action-packed day out. All group sizes can be accommodated with activities for those who are 8 years upwards. The on-site Glamping area, Up On A Hill, can be booked exclusively and offers three luxury lotus belle tents and a shepherd hut. Stay, Play and Partaaay !! Also see Laserclayz.
The Welsh Marches are inspiration and home to countless artists and makers, working in media from paint to porcelain, silk to steel and from wool to wood. Made in the Marches Gallery in Kington, exhibits art and craft reflecting the diversity of skill in this beautiful region, all made by artists living and working locally. Some take features of the natural world as their subject, others use locally and sustainably sourced materials, but all our exhibitors are bonded by a common appreciation of the natural world and a wish to celebrate it through their work. Established in April 2017, Made in the Marches Gallery aims to support and promote local art and craft, and to exhibit work by established artists, as well as acting as a springboard for recent BA Graduates and self-trained artisans. The gallery also hosts demonstrations by artists, usually held on the third Saturday of each month, to coincide with Kington Art and Craft Market; throughout the day a featured artist will demonstrate their craft, and talk about their techniques and inspiration. As a multi-media venue, the gallery are proud to occasionally host local musicians, in support of local charities. Visit the website & join our mailing list to get […]
What’s On In Herefordshire
A contemporary art exhibition from 24 January
‘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. […]
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
If you feel you’ve mastered the basics and are looking to take the next step in your bread making, then this is the workshop for you. Find out how to get a greater depth of flavour in your bread, how to get the crumb you’re after and how to master the art of tackling a really wet dough. We’ll show you how by teaching you the secrets behind our Ledbury Loaf, as well as our award-winning Ciabatta. We’ll also guide you through a number of different shaping techniques, making sure you can tackle any loaf you choose when back in your own home. Not to mention the chance to make some sticky Chelsea Buns. You’ll leave armed with a box full of your own real bread, and all the information and recipes you need to recreate your own at home. The workshop takes place in our commercial bakery at The Hop Pocket, just a short drive from Ledbury and Malvern. Refreshments and snacks will be provided throughout the day, along with a hearty lunch. Maximum workshop size: 10 Cost £125 You can book online here, or to avoid the service charge, simply contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange payment by cheque, […]