Where to Eat, Drink and Stay in and around
The Yew Tree Inn & The Ross-on-Wye Cider & Perry Coo
The Yew Tree Inn is just two miles up the A49 from Ross. Here we are thrilled to sell our cider and perry, quality guest ales, as well as lagers, wines, local apple juice and of course much more. We have a small but enthusiastic team that prepare, cook and serve delicious home-cooked pub food. Our Kitchen is open: Monday to Friday 12 noon to around 2.30 pm, Thursday & Friday 6 pm – 8 pm, Saturday 12 noon to 7pm. Sunday 12 noon to 2.30 pm for traditional Sunday lunch. Ross-on-Wye Cider & Perry Co & The Yew Tree Inn are in Peterstow
The Old Court Hotel
The Old Court Hotel retains the feel of an authentic and inviting Old English Inn, full of 16th Century character. The hotel has two well stocked bars, a beautiful Tudor Dining Room, function room for weddings and special celebrations, a cosy lounge, an all weather conservatory which leads on to a large patio area and beautifully kept gardens. Our hotel accommodation features many period rooms including three with Four Poster beds. Food served all day every day 12 to 9pm.
Orles Barn Hotel & Restaurant
Matt and Roxy offer a warm welcome at this 17th Century barn nestled in the picturesque Wye Valley.
Orles Barn dates from the 14th century when it was one of a number of farm buildings on this site. The only surviving part of the original structure is the former apple store. The low wall that edges the front lawn is the remains of a long building in which wooden clogs were once made for locals and passing workers.
Linden Guest House
Welcome to our friendly B & B in the heart of the Wye Valley.
Friendly & informal, great breakfasts cooked to order, quality cafetiere coffee and tea, comfortable beds, sparkling clean rooms, off -road private parking, fully fire protected, top 5 star hygiene rating.
Fine Coffee and lovely homemade cakes
2 Broad Street, Ross-on-Wye HR9 7DZ
Tel: : 01989 764254
Audrey’s Fish Bar
Audrey’s Fish Bar, also known as ‘Tudorville Chippy’, is a family run business that has been operating for over forty years.
2 Tudor Rise, Tudorville, Ross-on-Wye
Tel: : 01989 563821
The King’s Head
The Kings Head, which dates back to the 14th century, is situated in the most picturesque street in the centre of Ross. The Kings Head has open fireplaces and a wealth of oak beams. Occasionally there have been reports of ghosts and the clatter of horses from time past. We aim to bring the warmth of welcome and hospitality of a bygone age with convenience of the 22nd Century.
The Red Lion & Gardens
Situated on the A49 just 4 miles from the M50, 2 miles from Ross-on-Wye The Red Lion is a country pub which serves a menu using locally produced meat, vegetables and fruits. Taken over in August 2012, Dave Rapson, a superb chef, produces menus to suit all. Sunday Roasts include Sirloin of Beef, Loin of Pork, Leg of Lamb and Succulent Chicken. All served with freshly cooked vegetables and crunchy roast potatoes (from the field next door!), light and crispy Yorkshire puddings and to top the dinner, a gravy fit for Royalty. Open 7 days a week. Food from midday to 9pm
Independent Hostel Guide
This guide to hostels and bunkhouses shows the locations of self catering accommodation in Mid Wales and along both sides of the Welsh Border, from Chepstow to Chester. The quite Mid Wales towns of Talgarth, Llandrindod Wells and Rhayder and the Welsh Marches are included and the area covered by the route of Offas Dyke is shown. Criss-crossed by the River Wye and the River Severn the Welsh Borders provide brilliant canoeing.
Website; www.independent hostels.co.uk
Eat Sleep Live Herefordshire
For more information on wonderful places to eat, sleep and enjoy around Herefordshire, look on the county’s official visitor and What’s On portal