Border Bean is situated on the High Street, opposite the commemorative Victorian town clock in the small and quirky market town of Kington, just off the Offa’s Dyke path. Call in for light lunches, gourmet coffee roasted in Herefordshire and delicious homemade cakes.
Wonderful smells of freshly baked cheese scones, bubbling pots of soup and a tempting array of delicious cakes proudly home-baked on the premises. Vegan, vegetarian options and food intolerance’s are catered for too. Bread and Eccles cakes are sourced from a local artisan baker.
Enjoy, the comfortable, bright interior of Border Bean which is wheelchair and pushchair accessible. Opportunity to sit and catch up with friends, meet new people or enjoy peaceful time alone. Free Wi Fi is available and charging sockets for phones/devices. A variety of art is exhibited on the walls from local artists and available for sale.
Kington has a lot to offer with regular markets offering artisan food and local crafts. The surrounding hills were inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Hound of the Baskervilles and Mike Oldfield’s second album Hergest Ridge. There is also plenty to do for families and children with play areas, animal park and swimming pool at the local spa all situated close to Border Bean.
Border Bean is situated on the Welsh border, so if you are travelling further afield, a drive out to the reservoirs at Elan Valley and the majestic beauty of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons would reward visitors who crave the outdoors. The cathedral city of Hereford is only 18 miles away.
At Border Bean you will always receive a warm and friendly welcome and can also take home a little of the Border Bean experience with homemade preserves, packs of coffee, takeaway cakes & drinks and a smile!
Opening times: Monday to Saturday 9am – 5pm