The Tram at Eardisley
After all that frantic activity we recommend taking the weight off your aching feet at The Tram in Eardisley, which is about a 10 minutes drive from the yurt. It is excellent value with great food and a friendly welcome. It has excellent reviews on Trip Advisor, and we agree ! Best to call and book up ahead of your visit as the locals tend to get in first.
It is closed on Mondays, and Sunday evening is drinks only.
Enjoy the Butty Bach, which is a local brew. They keep it well, no doubt helped by the high turnover.
The Stag at Titley
The Stagg at Titley The Stagg Inn at Titley was the first pub in England to gain a Michelin star. That sets the scene – Borders style. It provides a relaxed and uplifting dining experience that you would not think The Marches can muster. It is a 15 mins drive from Midland Farm, and is a great evening destination.
Sat nav can come in handy to ensure a stress free arrival. Alternatively we can give you relativley fail safe directions.
A real treat if you are celebrating or simply pushing the boat out.
The Griffin at Felin Fach
The Griffin Just the other side of Hay is The Griffin at Felin Fach.Its worth the trip. Cathy Urquhart, Travel Editor of The Times said:
“You know there’s something special about the place the minute you crest the hill.”
Start off in the snug lounging in expansive leather sofas in front of a roaring fire. Perfect for an apres shin up the Cats Back. Then wander through to the dining room.
They are trying hard to catch The Stagg, but he is just a bit too quick. Close run thing though, and the relaxing bar area sets it apart, something The Stagg has lost.
The Mill Race at Symonds Yat
The Mill Race Further afield, a good destination for a day out is Simmonds Yat with stunning views over the Wye. And lunch awaits at The Mill Race at Walford, Gastro Pub Of the Year in 2009. Or you can head into Monmouth, full of interesting eateries. Plenty of money in Monmouth keeps the standards high.