Looking for the best places to eat in Herefordshire and nearby? From its world-famous beef to the county’s bountiful orchards of succulent apples and pears, Herefordshire boasts some of the finest locally-sourced produce in the United Kingdom. Whether dining out at any of the nearby first-class pubs and restaurants, or cooking in the comfortable surroundings of your cosy shepherd’s hut kitchen, you’ll discover why Herefordshire deserves its place on the nation’s culinary map.
So, you’ve worked up a serious appetite? To sate the rumbliest of tummies, we’ve put together a selection of our favourite places to eat in the area around our glamping spot.
Church Road, Eardisley, Herefordshire, HR3 6PG
The Tram in Eardisley, which is about a 10 minutes drive from the location of our yurt and Shepherd’s hut in herefordshire.
It is excellent value with great food and a friendly welcome, making it one of the best places to eat in Herefordshire. It has excellent reviews on Trip Advisor, and we agree!
Enjoy the Butty Bach, which is a local brew. They keep it well, no doubt helped by the high turnover. The Tram is closed on Mondays, and Sunday evening is drinks only.
Best to call and book up ahead of your visit as the locals tend to get in first as its always busy.
Tel: 01544 327 251. About 15 min drive.
Kington, HR5 3RL.
The Stagg Inn at Titley was the first pub in England to gain a Michelin star. It provides a relaxed and uplifting dining experience, upmarket, with a price to match.
It is a 15 mins drive from Midland Farm, and is a great evening destination for a treat. Sat nav can come in handy to ensure a stress free arrival.
Tel: 01544 230221. About 20 mins drive.
Hereford HR2 0JW
Tucked away down a narrow lane The Bridge Inn is a real find. With a good atmosphere, it is becoming popular as word gets out to Herefordshire foodies.
Best to book.
Tel: 01981 510 646 About 25 mins drive
Brecon, LD3 0UB
Cath Urquhart, Travel Editor of The Times said “You know there’s something special about the place the minute you crest the hill.”
Cath is right, its one of our favourite venues.A bit further to travel. Worth it though.
Tel: 01874 620 111. About 35 mins drive.
Old Radnor, Presteigne, Powys, LD8 2RH
Just the other side of Kington, The Harp is a lovely old Welsh longhouse inn perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Radnor Valley, close to the border with amazing views.
A traditional pub with big fire, a proper bar and a pub style menu to go with it.
Tel: 01544 350655
Herefordshire HR6 9ST
Our current favourite for a great dining experience whilst still offering a pub setting.
We think the menu is close on the heels of The Stagg. Good service and friendly atmosphere. About 30 mins drive from our yurt.
Tel: 01568 708440
Midland Farm Glamping,