Situated in the centre of the village of Ewyas Harold, The Temple Bar Inn has recently been refurbished. The rustically simple decor, relaxed environment and friendly staff make this a great place to eat.

The kitchen staff, led by Philly Jinman, like to showcase food and drink from the local area, and the weekly changing restaurant menu reflects their passion for food that is freshly prepared from seasonal ingredients that are home-grown or locally produced wherever possible. With 2 AA rosettes for culinary excellence since 2014, the Inn was also Highly Commended for Best Eating Out in the Visit Herefordshire Awards for Excellence 2016. The Inn can cater for those with special dietary needs, though it helps to mention what these are when booking.

Food is not served here during the evening of Sunday, Monday or Tuesday.

The Old Stables award winning Fish & Chips.

Cod Chips and Peas, Cod Snax with Sweet & Sour Sauce, Haddock & Chips, Cheese Burger & Chips, Jumbo Sausage & chips with Curry Sauce, Chip Butties, Kids Meals, OAP Special 5oz cod and half portion of chips, Chinese Beefe, Chicken & Vegetarian Curry, Large Steak Roll, Sweet & Sour Chicken with chips, 100% Local Beef / Chicken or Chicken Kebab / Donna Kebab.

Opening Hours - Wed and Thurs (12-2pm & 4-10pm) | Fri and Saturday (12-2pm & 4-11pm)

Call : 01981 240237.

0 miles from village centre

The Crown Inn was built in 1751, on the border of Wales, set in the shadow of the magnificent Black Mountains. Set in the Olchon valley, just off Offas Dyke Pathway and in the middle of the Golden valley, it is the ideal place to stay and explore both England & Wales whilst getting a true feel for typical village life.

Food Served :

Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday: Lunchtime:12pm - 3pm (Closed Wednesday lunchtime)
Evenings: 6.00pm - 12am | Saturday: Open from 12pm right through until 1am | Sunday: Open from 12pm right through until 11pm

5 miles from village centre

The Bridge Inn is a 16th century riverside inn, restaurant and campsite idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.

Situated in the shadows of the Black Hill, alongside the Escley Brook and amongst the weeping willows, The Bridge Inn is a wonderful location from which to explore the Golden Valley, Brecon Beacons National Park and Offa’s Dyke Path.

Our chefs like to change the menu regularly in order to keep it interesting for both them and you. We like to offer a selection of pub classics, along with some more interesting dishes.

Open every night of the week. Contact us for more information.

6 miles from village centre