The Godwins Restaurant is the ideal retreat for relaxing and taking time out, with its cosy and atmospheric bar, spacious patio and quiet dining room offering peaceful surroundings and a mouthwatering menu.
The Godwins Hotel is a charming Grade II listed building noted for its striking red brick gothic appearance. It was built in 1879-1880 for William H Godwin of Godwins Tiles, who had their factory in the neighbouring village of Lugwardine.
The Menu focuses on traditional, rustic British food using local and seasonal ingredients where possible.
The Godwins Restaurant offers a wide variety of dining options for you to choose from. Classic dishes include Sunday Roast, with Herefordshire Beef and the Godwins burger. There are also light bites, sandwiches and traditional fish and chips.
Great meals are accompanied by a wide range of wines or hand-pulled barrel ales. The carefully selected bar range ensures a wide variety of choice, combining high quality to suit all tastes, with spirits, beers and wines from all over the world.
See also The Godwins Hotel.